Bowling Green State University is home away from home for 22,000 students. The campus provides many opportunities for every student attending the over 100-year-old school and continues to expand its organizations. BGSU prides itself on being a diverse college, which is why it promotes the development of its many diverse organizations.

The Counseling Center staff strives to promote the psychological wellbeing of students from diverse backgrounds; to foster their development, learning, and academic success; and to provide appropriate intervention when students are experiencing serious mental health concerns.

104 College Park Office Building

Accessibility Services has a mission of providing equal access and opportunity to qualified students, faculty, and staff with disabilities.

38 College Park Office Building

International Programs & Partnerships works with current and prospective international students and collaborates with units on campus to provide multiple services for students traveling internationally.

319 Administration Building 

LGBT Programs and Services provides programming, education and support for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans community while building a stronger base of allies and advocates.

(419) 372-2642
318-B Math Sciences Building

The Office of Multicultural Affairs promotes, facilitates, and advocates for a welcoming, socially just and inclusive campus community by supporting the retention of diverse student populations, providing diversity education and multicultural programs for students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community.

318B Math Sciences Building

Nontraditional and Military Student Services provides assistance to support nontraditional students starting or restarting their education and active-military or Veteran students in navigating the application process and easing the transition to BGSU.

16 College Park Building

The Office of Human Resources (OHR) monitors University compliance with federal and state equal opportunity and nondiscrimination laws and regulations.

1851 N. Research Drive

The TRIO Programs Office at Bowling Green State University comprises several educational outreach and academic enrichment programs designed to motivate and assist students to enter and succeed in higher education.

318A Math Sciences Building

The Women's Center's mission is to make manifest the University's commitment to maintaining a campus climate in which women receive equal access, just treatment, and opportunities to utilize their talents to their fullest and most meaningful extent.

108 Hanna Hall

Off-Campus Student Services provides resources to all off-campus students, including students living in Bowling Green and those commuting from a great distance.

301 Bowen-Thompson Student Union

Alternative Faith Group
Brookside Church
H2O Church