Pillar—Place—Bassmaster

In August, Bemidji State — the nation’s No. 1 college for fishing — helped host the Bassmaster College Series National Championship on Lake Bemidji.

Pillar—Place—Princeton Review Green Campus

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.

201710—NAHM-Nursing Scholarships

BSU’s Niganawenimaanaanig Program, led by nursing professor Dr. Misty Wilke, offers financial, academic and cultural support for Native American nursing students.

201710—NAHM-Dual Enrollment

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.

201710—NAHM—CIS Pow-Wow

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.

201710—NAHM-Intro

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.