Based on state and federal guidance, BGSU continues to make critical decisions to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus to safeguard our students, faculty, staff and the broader community. Please visit our COVID-19 website for grading policy options, refund details and additional information and resources.
To support our students in this time of great need, BGSU encourages philanthropic support for the Student Emergency Fund.
Student-athletes wrap up exceptional collegiate careers
As highly accomplished senior student-athletes, Talisa Lemke and Jovannah East were prepared to finish with their best seasons yet. Both had the goal of competing nationally in the post season, but these aspirations were cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these season-ending disappointments, Lemke and East leave BGSU with their heads held high with exceptional academic performances and championship-level athletic accomplishments.
BGSU College of Business grad has data stacked in her favor
Jazzmin Speziali has made countless friends and career connections as a member of BGSU’s Class of 2020. She earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration with a specialization in business analytics and intelligence from the College of Business and is scheduled to begin an internship Aug. 1 at Owens-Illinois.
BGSU student serves community with U.S. Army National Guard
One BGSU student has ‘geared up’ to help the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Flipse, a senior sport management major from Pemberville, Ohio, serves in the 148th U.S. Army National Guard as a mortarman. He has been working at Toledo Food Bank, helping pack and distribute food to the community.
Emma Stumpf shares the joy of music
Music education graduate Emma Stumpf discovered a passion for teaching music to students, especially those who might find music classes loud or overwhelming.
Turbulent semester offers lessons to live by
By focusing on what mattered most to her, rather than on the exact sequence of those events, Audra Gill has weathered the semester's many changes and emerged with a healthy outlook and map of her upcoming goals.
Health care executives instruct BGSU students, lead in the field
BGSU students in the College of Health and Human Services had a front-row seat in the spring semester to two adjunct instructors who have more than 70 years of health care experience combined: Kim Bordenkircher, CEO of Henry County Hospital and Jim Watkins, Health Commissioner of Williams County Combined Health District.
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Earn a Graduate Degree Your Way
Due to COVID-19, BGSU is temporarily waiving the GRE and GMAT requirements for students applying to any of the University’s graduate certificates and master’s degree programs for summer 2020 and fall 2020.