If you’ve been accepted to Bemidji State University and plan to delay your start with us, please see information below.
Make sure you communicate with your Admissions Representative, or the Office of Admissions that you do not intend to enroll for your original start date.
Do You Need To Re-Apply?
Your original application is good for one year. For example, if you applied for fall of 2021, you can defer all the way to fall 2022 without re-applying. This makes the assumption that you are not attending any other institutions during the year of deferral.
If you’d like to defer for longer than one year, you will need to re-apply. Please go to the Apply Now page to select the new semester for which you’d like to apply, and submit a new application. You will not be charged the $20 application fee for this new application.
Submit Updated Transcripts
For Freshmen: We will need to have a final transcript that reflects your successful graduation from high school on file. Please contact your high school to request a new transcript if you haven’t already submitted a final transcript.
For Transfer: Depending on when you last submitted a college transcript, we may need an updated college transcript from your most recent school that reflects your final grades. MinnState school transcripts are automatically updated, so no action is needed if you are transferring from a MinnState school. Contact our transfer advisors to check on your transcript status.
RSVP for Class Registration
Students will be registered on an ongoing basis through individual contact with an advisor. Information on this process and submitting a request to get registered can be found here.
Monitor your BSU Email
Students who deferred to a future semester will receive emails regarding housing, orientation, and start-up activities as information becomes available. Login to your MyBSU account for email access.
Follow this link to contact financial aid or verify your financial aid status.
If you have questions or need assistance with any of these items, please contact your admissions representative for assistance.