Set in the 1920’s and inspired by the historical drama “Downton Abbey,” BSU’s musical production of “Cinderella” will be held in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex this weekend!
Emily Bergeron, a sophomore vocal performance major from Bemidji, has had a passion for music her entire life. She will perform the role of Fairy Godmother in this weekend’s production. Read Her Story Here
Bemidji State junior and aspiring actor Erich Feist of New London, Minn., discovered his passion for theater when he was in high school. He will perform as the King in the university’s production of “Cinderella.” Read His Story Here
Originally from Shakopee, Minn., Markus Babris discovered his love for music and theater during his freshman year of high school. He is now a junior double majoring in economics and mathematics at Bemidji State. Read His Story Here
Zoe Christensen and Beatrice Kjelland, two officers of Bemidji State’s Black Student Union, strive to cultivate a spirit of unity and multicultural awareness on campus and in the region. Read Their Story Here
Ashley joined the Beavers in 2017 and, with the support of the Black Student Union, has successfully balanced her career as an athlete while taking strides to obtain her law degree. Read Ashley’s Story Here
Join Bemidji State University and the BSU Alumni & Foundation as we celebrate our campus-wide day of giving today, Feb. 13! Day of Giving Schedule of Events
So many BFFs meet while living on campus at Bemidji State. With a variety of housing options and included amenities, you can focus on building relationships that last a lifetime.
Whether you choose to live on campus or in the fully furnished University Heights apartments just down the road, you’ll get one one bill and that covers it all. You can opt into a dining plan and we’ll do the cooking and cleaning too.
When living on campus at BSU, students enjoy a four-season year with the major campus buildings connected by underground passages for warm travel to and from classes during the cold, winter months.