Multiple ways to register for classes:
At an event:
On-campus transfer students are strongly encouraged to attend an Academic Advising and Registration (AAR) program between March and June for a fall start, and in early November for a spring start. Sign up for an Academic Advising and Registration event here
With an advisor:
If you are not able to attend an AAR event, on-campus or online students may register one-on-one with the help of a transfer advisor. Contact a Transfer Advisor if this is the best option for you.
At your college:
Another option for students unable to attend an AAR event is an On-Site Registration appointment. We host On-Site Registrations at a variety of college campuses in Minnesota, and this allows students to meet one-on-one with an advisor at a more convenient location. Contact a Transfer Advisor if this is the best option for you.
On your own:
If you know which classes you need and are ready to register on your own, please start here: MyBSU Registration Information. If you choose this option, it is highly recommended that you double-check your first semester classes with a transfer advisor after registering. New on-campus students are encouraged to enroll in Transfer Orientation (UNIV 0001-02) and an FYE (First Year Experience) class. New online students eligible for TRIO services are encouraged to enroll in the online TRIO/SSS orientation course UNIV 1180-90.
Next steps after registration:
Email and Student Accounts
It’s very important for you to begin checking your BSU email account and exploring your other student accounts if you haven’t already. BSU email, eServices, and D2L Brightspace are linked on the MyBSU page here.
Living on campus means close access to services and a higher rate of academic success. Submit your Housing Application early to ensure you get the residence hall and room you want.
Minnesota requires all students (including online/off-site students) to have documentation of up-to-date immunization against tetanus/diphtheria (Td) and measles/mumps/rubella (MMR), with the exception of students who graduated from a Minnesota high school in 1997 or later. Complete and submit the Immunization Form.
Sexual Violence Prevention Training (SVPT)
The SVPT program provides critical information about responsible behaviors and decision-making regarding non-discrimination, dating and relationships violence, and harassment. You should see the SVPT training module in your D2L Brightspace account. Take the training as early as possible to avoid registration holds.
BSU/Bemidji Resource Guide
This Community Resource Guide will help you as a Bemidji area resident and BSU student with information about community services, finances, wellness, and more.