Nontraditional and Transfer Student Services aims to provide the support and resources our students need. If we can’t provide you the answer, one of our cooperating offices at BGSU can. Follow these links for more information about the many resources on campus and the greater Bowling Green community.
Have Title IX Questions?
Office of Equity and Diversity, located in 204 University Hall, monitors University compliance with federal and state equal opportunity and nondiscrimination laws and regulations. Visit their title IX Compliance webpage for more details.
Need help writing a resume or finding an internship?
The Career Center, located on the 3rd floor of the Math/Science Building, can help you find job postings, practice your interview skills, write a cover letter, or even pick a major.
Need help with your homework or study skills?
BGSU offers multiple types of academic assistance coordinated through the Learning Commons. The Learning Commons includes the following centers:
The Writing Center can assist with writing projects by teaching you how to proofread, edit, and think critically about your writing.
The Study Skills Center can help you learn how to study more effectively and even place you in a mentoring group for additional help with certain courses.
The Math & Stats Tutoring Center provides a knowledgeable staff with additional resources to help you succeed in math or stats focused coursework.
Considering living on campus?
You can apply to live in one of the many university residence halls managed by the Office of Residence Life by visiting their website. For more information, please call the office at 419-372-2011.
Need someone to talk to?
The Counseling Center is staffed by qualified counselors who provide individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, as well as workshops like the stress clinic, which aim to give students the tools to reduce stress and develop healthier habits.
Still looking for a particular office?
The Bowen-Thompson Student Union (BTSU) is the information hub of campus. The Union has dining facilities, a post office, a bank, as well as the BGSU Bookstore, where you can purchase all of your textbooks.
The Office of the Dean of Students, located on the 3rd floor of the Bowen-Thompson Student Union also provides additional resources for BGSU students living off-campus. Visit their Off-Campus Student Services website for great information.
Wondering more about the city of Bowling Green?
Everything you wanted to know about city programs, services, and programs can be found at the Official Website for the City of Bowling Green.