Nick reminds Bemidji State’s resident students that hunting gear — guns, knives, fishing spears, etc. — is not allowed in your rooms. Take advantage of our secure weapon storage facility in Walnut Hall.
Over the summer, Josie and her friends shared tips to help new students learn more about being in college — and about their new home at Bemidji State University — in a video series called “BSU 101.”
Alyssa would like all new Bemidji State students to know about “Student Health 101“, a regular video feature from Student Health & Counseling Services to help you make a successful adjustment to college.
The 2017-18 academic year is here! Reilly and her teammates helped hundreds of students move into their new homes in BSU residence halls on Aug. 18 to kick off a full slate of Orientation and Welcome Week activities.
President Hensrud officially launched the 2017-18 academic year with her annual Welcome Breakfast presentation to faculty, staff and administrators on Aug. 15.
Thor and Mitch Swanson were featured in the documentary film “Brothers”, which was a student entry in BSU’s 2017 Headwaters Film Festival.
“To qualify for the national championship and for it to be in our back yard is awesome. We can see the lakes from our school, that’ll be a neat experience.” — Luke Gillund
Robby Troje and Luke Gillund will represent Bemidji State in the championship. They qualified after a second-place finish in the Bassmaster Wild Card Event.
Brothers Mitch and Thor Swanson will represent BSU at the national championship after a 13th-place finish in a 131-team field at the Lake of the Ozarks Midwest Regional.
The nation’s finest college fishing teams will descend on Bemidji, Aug. 10-12, for the Bassmaster College Series National Championship. Bemidji State will host the 90 teams angling for the title on Lake Bemidji.