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8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
“It does not require many words to speak the truth.”
˜ Chief Joseph
Hobson Harbor for Organizations: A Center for Student Involvement, or H2O, is a resource center located in the Upper Union. This is an area for student organizations to network with each other, check their organization mailbox, utilize storage and work space, and provide access to four computers for student organization business.
We have provided a room for commuters to use - located in the upper level of the Lower Union near the North Conference Room. A microwave oven and refrigerator are provided for student use.
The Touché Gallerie is a student directed gallery located on the upper level of the Hobson Memorial Union.
The Sustainability Coordinator serves as a facilitator in the University's move towards sustainability, acting through a collaborative process involving staff, students, faculty and administrators towards making Bemidji State a more ecologically and economically sustainable campus community. The Sustainability Coordinator is responsible for the education, communication, planning, and management of environmental issues on campus and also expected to participate in community environmental initiatives. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome at any time to share ideas or ask questions about sustainability issues.
Fall and Spring Semester Hours:
7:45 am to 5:00 pm Monday - Thursday
7:45 am to 4:00 pm Friday
Closed Saturday and Sunday
The Northern Student publishes a weekly newspaper which is provided at no charge to student, faculty and staff at multiple locations around campus. It is solely staffed and managed by students. It provides students with hands-on exposure to media production and provides information, event coverage and a forum for debate.
The Campus Activities Board, better known as CAB, is responsible for providing many social and cultural programs for the campus community. CAB is a group of volunteer students interested in programming events for all students. Students from various backgrounds come together to plan dances, concerts, coffeehouses, Homecoming, trips, special events, along with other activities directed toward advancing the quality of campus life.
The Bemidji State University Student Association (BSUSA) Student Senate is the official representative and governing body of the students at BSUSA. The purpose of the Student Senate is to promote the student role at Bemidji State and to work with the University administration in the development of campus policies that affect all students.
Lakeside Food Court... is located in lower Hobson Memorial Union. It offers a combination of nationally branded food product as well as our own themes. Here's what you'll see at Lakeside Food Court:
Jump Asian Express...Offers authentic Pacific Rim fare including General Tso's chicken, teriyaki chicken, pepper steak, Southwest egg roll and fried rice.
Montague's Deli...Choose bread, meat, cheese and toppings to create your own sub sandwich or toasted panini.
Grille Works...Here you will find charbroiled hamburgers, grilled chicken breast sandwiches, garden burgers and fries.
Caliente...Create your own burrito, burrito bowl, taco salad, soft shell taco, nashos, or quesadilla.
Toss It Wrap It...Fresh tossed salads, hot and cold wraps, made to order.
Bené Pasta...Features an assortment of pizza, pasta, breadsticks and calzones.
Java City Coffee...Located in the lower Hobson Union in the Lakeside Food Court. Java City offers a wide variety of Espresso beverages, coffee Javalanche, fruit smoothies, pastries, bottle juices and parfaits.
Einstein Bros. Bagels...Located between the bookstore and the Lakeside Food Court. Features an assortment of bagel sandwiches and also serves coffee.
Monday-Thursday: 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Friday: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Ultimate convenience! Located in the Lower Union in the food court. We offer groceries, snacks, meals on the go, school supplies, and health & personal care products. Beaver Bucks are gladly accepted.