Campus Resources for Graduate Students
Canvas Training and Resources – canvas is the learning management system at BGSU; most faculty will post course materials and/or supplement course activities with information on canvas. BGSU provides in-person training sessions and on-line resources for canvas.
Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE) -
supports faculty, staff, and teaching assistants who strive to achieve
excellence in teaching through innovation, collaboration, and creative
solutions. The CFE can help faculty with many aspects of teaching and
learning, from best practices in the Canvas LMS to moving beyond
Counseling Center - Their goal is to create a safe, supportive and affirming climate for individuals of all races, ethnicities, national origins, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, religions, ages, abilities, sizes, socioeconomic statuses, languages, and cultures.
Students come to the Counseling Center for a variety of reasons including: study/test taking concerns; stress/anxiety reduction; relationship concerns; depression; family concerns; eating disorders; sexual concerns; grief and loss; and other related concerns.
Accessibility Services - provides
opportunities for students with disabilities (physical, psychological,
learning, etc.) to fully integrate into the BGSU community and works
to increase awareness of disability issues.
International Student Services Office - supports international students throughout their career at BGSU by providing them with immigration advising, advocacy, and programming support.
The Learning Commons - obtain assistance and resources for writing, math & stats, subject tutoring, and study skills. Good resource for you as well as for students in classes for which you are a TA, Jerome Library Room 140.
LGBT Resource Center - has programming, education and support on issues related to LGBT people, 318B Math Science Building
Office of Equity & Diversity
(OED) - monitors University compliance with federal and state
equal opportunity and nondiscrimination laws and regulations;
monitors, investigates, and resolves discrimination and harassment
(including Title IX) complaints; conducts training programs and
presentations on affirmative action, sexual and racial harassment, and
a wide range of diversity programs and workshops.
Office of Multicultural Affairs - provides academic, personal, social, and cultural support to students as well as working with faculty, staff and the community; 318-B Math Sciences Building
Office of Research Compliance - supports and assists faculty and students in conducting research in compliance with federal, state, local and University regulations and policies; oversees the protection, rights, and welfare of human participants in research (by Human Subjects Review Board, HSRB).
Office of Service Learning - provides
guidance and information on service-learning, community service, and
civic engagement experiences that challenge students to be reflective
and integrative learners; prepares our graduates to engage others
actively and effectively as well-informed and engaged citizens and
civically minded professionals.
Student Health Services - addresses all medical issues, at the corner of College Street and Wooster Street.
Veteran Support Services - aids Veterans in their transition to becoming BGSU students and continues assisting them throughout their college career.
Women’s Center - provides programming,
resources, support, and advocacy for women; offers a weekly brown-bag
presentation series as well as professional development workshops and
research presentations; 107 Hanna Hall.