Naomi is one of more than 50 American Indian students who will receive undergraduate degrees on May 4, the highest total in a single year in BSU’s history.
Will Weaver, renowned author, BSU professor emeritus of English and Distinguished Minnesotan honoree, will deliver this year’s Commencement address.
All BSU graduates and their families are invited to our traditional pre-Commencement brunch, which begins May 4 at 9:30 a.m. in the upper and lower Hobson Memorial unions.
Galen is one of dozens of #BeaverGrads who have jobs or have been accepted to grad school we’re celebrating on Twitter and Instagram this week.
Bemidji State University has invited more than 1,000 graduating seniors to celebrate the conclusion of their college journeys at its 99th Commencement, May 4 at Sanford Center. Explore the other circles to learn more!
On April 4, 1918, ground was broken for construction of Bemidji State Normal School’s first building, “The Main.” It’s now named Deputy Hall, after BSU’s first president Manfred Deputy.
Look for the hashtag #BemidjiState100 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for new BSU Centennial-related content every day, and share your own stories to help us celebrate our first century!
Professor Emeritus of History Art Lee’s definitive history of Bemidji State, “University in the Pines,” is an invaluable resource as we celebrate our Centennial.
Bemidji State University began an 18-month celebration of its pending centennial with a series of April 12 kickoff events across campus.