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“When I was born I was so surprised I didn't talk for a year and a half. ”
˜ Gracie Allen
Enter the American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) and surround yourself with an environment steeped in cultural heritage and tradition – a gathering place that honors the past while helping to shape the future. If you are an American Indian student, you can turn to us for support as you strive to achieve your goals and realize your dreams. If you’re a community member, whether nearby or across the globe, you’re invited to contact us, come visit, and participate in the cultural interaction and enrichment opportunities offered here.
If you like to cheer, BSU is the right school. With a full year of intercollegiate sports, you'll have more than a few occasions to don your green Bemidji sweatshirt. Our football team enjoys a lakeside field where it isn't unheard of to kick field goals right into Lake Bemidji. BSU competes in NCAA Division II for: Baseball, Basketball (Men's and Women's), Football, Golf (Men's and Women's), Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track/XC and Volleyball. We are in northern Minnesota, so of course hockey is a big deal. Our hockey team competes at the Division I level, and they play at the new Sanford Center across the lake from BSU campus.
Our mission is to increase students international educational opportunities and produce graduates who are able to participate & provide leadership in a global society, and excel in an increasingly multicultural and global workforce. We also strive to promote the integration of an international perspective within BSU. We support and serve international students, engage faculty and staff in international opportunities and provide travel study opportunities, both abroad & domestic, for all students. We also instill a global perspective within our students, centered on civility and respect.
At BSU there are many types of student organizations ranging from student government and clubs related to your major, to faith based, sports & recreation, and special interest. There is something for everyone! If you don't see something on the list of student organizations that appeals to you, grab a few friends and start your own group; BSU is always looking for new ideas and students to chart their own course.
BSU strives to offer students a variety of employment opportunities that develop relevant skills while providing a reliable income source. On and off work sites facilitate compatibility with course and extra-curricular schedules.