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About Bemidji State Univeristy
Sitting upon the western shore of Lake Bemidji, peppered with stands of pine, oak and birch, our campus is as beautiful as it is safe and welcoming.
Many of our students enjoy the outdoor lifestyle year round. Our proximity to the lake and the surrounding north woods gives us easy access to all kinds of recreation, including kayaking, boating, hunting, hiking, foraging, skiing, fishing and even ice fishing through the winter.
If you’d prefer to avoid the outdoors through the northern Minnesota winters, you’re in luck. Our major campus facilities are connected by all-season underground passages, so you can get to and from most places on campus without having to brave the weather.
We provide nearly everything you could need right here on campus. Hobson Memorial Union includes a convenience mart, ATM, the campus bookstore and abundant student lounges and meeting rooms. The American Indian Resource Center is a hub for all events and services of interest to Native American students. And our state-of-the-art academic facilities, from Bridgeman Hall to the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex, are fully equipped and open for student use.
Our lakeside campus is situated in Bemidji, Minnesota, a small and welcoming town with plenty of modern amenities. It offers an ideal environment for focused university study. BSU faculty and staff provide all of our students with ample personal and academic support.
Birch Hall: With a design influenced by our Minnesota north woods culture, Birch is home to many of our upper classmen in singles and doubles.
Linden Hall: Newly remodeled Linden features two- and three-person suites and boasts Diamond Point Park as its front yard.
Oak Hall: Home to part of the FYRE (First Year Residential Experience) program, Oak provides a comprehensive college experience full of tradition and tons of activities.
Pine Hall: Famous for its spirited croquet matches, Pine also houses FYRE students and features a study lounge with stunning views of the Lake.
Tamarack Hall: The tallest building in Beltrami County, 12-floor Tamarack has amazing views and is home to the Honors Learning Community.
Cedar Apartments: Our option for single-parent families, these two- and three-bedroom apartments are perfect for students seeking their degrees while supporting their families.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 3 English Language 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1 MBA 1
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