The Bemidji State University honors program officially unveiled its new Laurel House, which will not only serve as a residence for as many as four honors students each year, but also as a new gathering and learning space for all students in the program.
Bemidji State University officially unveiled the newly renovated Memorial Hall during an Oct. 2 ribbon-cutting ceremony on campus. Among the oldest buildings on campus, Memorial Hall underwent a $13.79-million renovation beginning in September 2014 which transformed the 75-year-old basketball gym into a state-of-the-art home for BSU’s business and accounting programs. The building opened for classes this fall semester.
Bemidji State University will be publicly unveiling the newly-renovated Memorial Hall, home to BSU’s business and accounting programs, and the completely rebuilt Laurel House honors residence during Oct. 2 ceremonies, in conjunction with Homecoming activities on campus.