Looking Towards the Future: BSU Seeks Community Feedback on Resiliency

President Faith Hensrud signs Second Nature's Climate Commitment

Bemidji State University’s Climate Action Team is seeking feedback and community input into the university’s ongoing climate resilience planning efforts. BSU President Faith C. Hensrud signed the Second Nature Climate Commitment in April 2019, reaffirming the university’s long-standing leadership in campus sustainability. In signing the commitment, Hensrud pledged that Bemidji State would adapt to a changing environment by integrating carbon-usage goals and climate resilience work into its long-term planning initiatives.

Home Away From Home: BSU Senior Makes the Best of the Pandemic Challenges

Bemidji State University senior Gage Paurus of Perham, Minn., was one of many college students who quickly adjusted to a new reality at the onset of COVID-19 in Minnesota. Now finishing his last semester, he calls Bemidji State his home away from home and is looking forward to learning and adapting to any challenge life throws at him.

Fall Holiday Celebrations – Stay Safe, Beavers!

""

As many people in the United States begin to plan for fall and winter holiday celebrations, CDC offers the following considerations to help protect individuals and their families, friends, and communities from COVID-19.

Bemidji State Pilots $580,000 SUCCESS Grant Program Through Minnesota State

BSU Aerial

Bemidji State University was recently selected as one of four institutions within the Minnesota State System of Colleges and Universities to pilot a $580,000 grant program to design comprehensive student support programs and improve completion rates, specifically in underrepresented student populations.