Supporting Our Community

Announcements

  • As of 11-18-18 – Academic Calendars have been updated for 2018-19 through 2023, along with the 2019 Summer Academic Calendar.  They are located on the Academic Calendar page at the link listed below or in the left hand panel of the main page:    https://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/affairs/academic calendars
  • UPDATED PDP PDR timelines with contract language changes are posted under the Faculty Resources page listed in the left hand panel of the main page.
  • Faculty timelines for 2018-2019 have been posted within the Faculty Resources page listed in the left hand panel of the main page.
  • Updated (9-4-18) Department Chair – Director list for 2018-2019 has been posted within the Reporting Areas listed in the left hand panel of the main page or at the following link: Dept Chair – Director list 2018-2019 (9-4-18).

An Educational Community

The office of Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs is central to sustaining the University’s efforts to create and sustain an educational community. Faculty and staff work with those in the Academic Affairs office to plan, coordinate, and implement policies and practices that enhance student learning.

The Academic Affairs office supports and facilitates BSU’s:
  • Academic Colleges: College of Arts, Education & Humanities, College of Business, Mathematics and Sciences, College of Individual and Community Health.
  • Academic planning, programming and assessment
  • Selection, review and professional development of faculty
  • Academic Records
  • Academic support services
  • Center for Extended Learning
  • Center for Professional Development
  • Graduate Studies
  • Institutional Research
  • International Program Center
  • Leadership Studies
  • Liberal Education
  • Library services
  • McNair Program
  • Teaching and Learning Center
  • University Honors program

Academic & Student Affairs Organizational Chart

Academic Mission

Bemidji State University is an undergraduate institution with specialized and distinct graduate programs where academic content and delivery of that content is grounded in the principles of social justice and democracy.

Academic Core Values
  1. Creative and critical thinking.
  2. Living democratic principles.
  3. Inclusion of students, staff, faculty and administrators in all aspects of university life.
  4. Highly interactive, relevant and engaging teaching and learning environments.

Staff

Directors