Check this page daily for new events and resources for our campus community! Students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members are encouraged to stay connected with BGSU through our virtual engagement page.
TELL YOUR STORY
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of the BGSU Falcon Family. BGSU students, staff, faculty, families, and alumni, as well as local businesses serving BGSU students, are all negotiating how to adapt to sudden changes. The Bowling Green State University Libraries’ Center for Archival Collections would like to invite all with a connection to Bowling Green State University to share their experiences during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. The CAC then plans to preserve these stories for future Falcons at the Center for Archival Collections.
Students can submit pictures, videos, art, written reflections, and other formats.
Itching for some BGSU athletics events?
Listen to BGSU ZiggyCast!
Musical Artists are offering free concerts, below is a list of gigs:
Stay Active at Home
Check the RecWell site for additional resources!
Marvin Center for Student Leadership
Ethical Leadership Certificate (ELC)
ELC is a program that helps you develop integrity and purpose as a leader. With sessions focusing on personal values, ethical decision-making, and making change in your community, this certificate helps you develop self-awareness as an ethical and intentional leader. This certificate incorporates foundational elements of the Social Change Model of Leadership and builds upon the Marvin Center's values of integrity and purpose. Join us for the ELC and gain the knowledge and skills to be an ethical leader.
This certificate will be completely virtual and you will have the ability to complete it at your own pace! We will utilize the Canvas platform for this certificate and we will enroll you in the Canvas course following your registration at this link.
Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Every day at 1pm. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks.
Chat with an author. Join your favorite authors on Zoom where you can have spirited discussions from the privacy of our own quarantined space!
PREK - 12 RESOURCES
WBGU-PBS, a service of BGSU, has expanded educational programming for children PreK-12 to support faculty, staff, alumni and community members who have children learning at home.
Additional WBGU-PBS Educational Resources:
BGSU Bucket List Tasks to do at home!
Wear Orange and Brown on Falcon Friday
Learn the BGSU Alma Mater
Walk, run, or roll along the Slippery Elm trail
Chow down on to-go Mr. Spots
STAND OUT: Make the Dean's List
GO FAR: Apply for your dream internship
Learn the words to "Ay Ziggy Zoomba" and do the gestures along with the cheerleaders
Order the cookie of the day from Cookie Jar to-go
Eat an entire to-go order of Stuffed Breadsticks from Campus Pollyeyes
Lay out on the first warm day of spring
Make it on BGSU social media
Vote in student government elections
Pull an all-nighter (academic or not)
Personalize your graduation cap (mortar board)
Buy your first BGSU Alumni shirt
Toast to your Senior Year
For the complete list check out the BGSU Bucket List page!
Student Organization Virtual Events/Programs
- Tuesdays at 10 AM: Church Wide Prayer on Facebook Live
- Wednesdays at 10 AM: Pastoral Devotional Time on Facebook Live
- Thursdays at 10 AM: Church Wide Prayer on Facebook Live
- Fridays at 10 AM: Live Worship on Facebook Live
- Sundays at 10:30 AM: H2O Church Service Live on our Youtube Channel and Facebook Live
- Wednesdays from 10am - noon: Coffee Hangout on Zoom
- Thursdays from 5 - 5:30pm: Late Afternoon Stretch on Zoom
- Fridays at 1pm: Shabbat Baking Demonstration on Instagram Live
Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
The LGBTQ+ support group [OUT(?) Falcons] will continue weekly meetings on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. for the remainder of the semester in an online format. If you would like to participate, please email Dr. Katie Stygles at firstname.lastname@example.org before 10 am on the Tuesday(s) that you would like to participate. You will then receive a link to the week's webex session so that this group remains confidential. Contact Katie with any questions.
Every Thursday from 2pm to 3pm starting April 9th
drop-in event via WebEx | Facilitated by a different faculty member each week
Hosted by the Center for Women and Gender Equity
Many museums, parks, and zoos have online tours to enjoy from home!