In August, Bemidji State — the nation’s No. 1 college for fishing — helped host the Bassmaster College Series National Championship on Lake Bemidji.
BSU has long been a national leader in campus sustainability, and The Princeton Review recognized that history by including us amongst the top 375 most environmentally responsible colleges in the country.
BSU’s Niganawenimaanaanig Program, led by nursing professor Dr. Misty Wilke, offers financial, academic and cultural support for Native American nursing students.
BSU’s relationship with Minnesota’s four tribal colleges is without equal. Through a historic series of agreements signed in 2017 by President Hensrud, tribal college students can be automatically granted admission to BSU.
Bemidji State’s Council of Indian Students sponsor their 46th annual Pow-Wow on Nov. 18. Learn more about the Pow-Wow and all AIRC events for Native American Heritage Month on the center’s calendar.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Explore the other circles to learn more about Bemidji State University’s programs and activities to celebrate and support Minnesota’s first peoples.