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. Virtual and online learning will continue as planned through the end of the semester, and BGSU staff members who do not need to be physically on campus will work remotely.
Three ways for BGSU students to stay organized during online learning
This is a blog written by Bowling Green State University students that offers advice on how to navigate online learning. Multiple posts will appear each week. In this offering, senior public relations major Meredith Troxel offers tips on how to keep organized.
Emergency Relief for our Falcon Family
BGSU has implemented unprecedented measures in response to the public health challenge posed by COVID-19. More than ever, our focus is on our students. COVID-19 has already disrupted the lives of our students on and off campus. The Student Emergency Fund can help provide resources for students facing difficult situations.
College of Business committed to student success
Bowling Green State University shifts to online learning through the end of the semester to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. College of Business faculty remain committed to student success.
BGSU supports local agencies
BGSU campuses in Bowling Green and Huron, as well as BGSU at Levis Commons, are supporting local health and safety agencies by donating PPE supplies and providing facilities to organizations in both communities.
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