Summer 2018 Power Outage Info:
On May 16th if the contractor has time Linden Hall, all power will be off from 10am-5pm.
This work will continue in various buildings between May 21st-23rd
On May 21st, the contractor will be working on emergency power service for Walnut, Central maintenance, Oak, Pine, PE, Tamarack, Cedar. This should not affect the main power or network service in these buildings. If you are using an emergency power supplied outlet you will be without power during this work. This style of outlet would only be available in the Public safety office or the Housing offices.
On May 22nd Linden Hall will be without network services. This includes computers, WIFI access, and office phones.
On May 23rd Tamarack and Cedar will be without network services: This include computers, WIFI access, and office phones.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Our hope is with advance notice you are able to plan accordingly.
We’re more than a home. We’re a community.
Open your door to a floor filled with friends. Take a five-minute walk and you’re sitting in class. Out of shampoo? The Lodge store is open every day of the week.
Above all, it’s the convenience. You’ve got a study partner whenever you need one, and you never have to worry about an empty refrigerator. There is always something to do, and it’s all so close to you.
Life on the Bemidji State campus is community oriented from day one. You’ll live alongside people who are just like you, people who are completely different from you, and you’ll make friends with all of them. Right in the comfort of your own living room.
So take a look around. See what you think. And if you have any questions, just contact us.
Housing & Residential Life at Bemidji State University is committed to fostering safe, caring environments that encourage academic success, respect, personal growth and a sense of responsibility toward our community and global society.
- Partner with students and staff members to develop community expectations that encourage civility, respect for others and property, and individual rights and responsibilities.
- Provide a dining service that offers quality and value.
- Support our students and the university mission by collaboratively working with faculty and staff to enhance student development and learning.
- Provide an environment that is conducive to student learning and success.
- Develop learning opportunities that complement the academic mission of the university.
- Provide current technology, programs, and facilities that support academic success.
- Professional and peer staff engage in intentional academic intervention and support leading to student success.
- Provide resources and support for successful transition to and from the college experience.
- Support and challenge students to foster autonomy and personal growth.
- Encourage student awareness, understanding and appreciation of the diversity of individual backgrounds, beliefs, and ideas.
FACILITIES & OPERATIONS
- Share responsibility with our residents for maintaining safe, clean, and comfortable facilities.
- Assess facilities and programs on a continuous basis in order to plan for improvement, growth and sustainability.
- Practice fiscal responsibility in managing facilities and resources.
- Serve as caring and supportive models of ethical and professional behavior.
- Serve as advocates for students and act as a resource.
- Provide staff with strategies for developing community and meeting the needs of students.
- Empower staff through interactive training, personal supervision, and leadership development.
- Follow a comprehensive staff selection process that is international and fair and results in the hiring of outstanding staff.