Stay in Bemidji State’s Linden Hall suites or the University Heights apartments this summer and enjoy Lake Bemidji in your back yard! Explore Summer Housing
Ease into your college life as an Eager Beaver, an exclusive opportunity for newly admitted, first-year students with an ACT score of 20 or higher. Learn More
The Outdoor Program Center and Bemidji’s Department of Parks and Recreation will host a number of outdoor activities on Lake Bemidji including sailing, paddle-boarding and log-rolling. Explore More Outdoor Programming
Dr. Nicky Michael, assistant professor of indigenous studies, will teach two new online courses this summer on indigenous education and the study of American Indians from a cultural and academic perspective. Learn More
From the blues to modern rock and popular music, Dr. Del Lyren, professor of music, will teach the history of rock and roll as one of many online summer courses offered at Bemidji State. Explore Summer Online Classes
Summer courses are offered online or on-campus and many can be completed in as little as three weeks! Explore Summer at BSU
Here’s to all of the late-night study sessions, the hours spent in the library, the walks along Lake Bemidji and the hard work you have committed to our campus community. You did it!
Congratulations to the 1,200+ members of the Bemidji State’s centennial class who received undergraduate and graduate degrees today at commencement. Explore the other circles for a recap of the celebration!
“This vision is never more appropriate than when we gather to celebrate our graduates.” — President Faith C. Hensrud
Hundreds of graduates celebrated their achievements by decorating their caps — and we were able to grab photos of more than 50 of them.