Resources and Services
All reported bias incidents are thoroughly investigated by the Office of the Dean of Students and/or BGSU Police. Perpetrators will be held accountable through criminal charges and/or discipline by the University in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct.
Provides the campus with 24-hour police protection by a fully certified staff of police officers, detectives, and dispatchers.
If there is an immediate threat or emergency, please call 911 or BGSU Police at 419-372-2346
Provides safe, affordable, quality public transportation within the city limits of and area immediately surrounding Bowling Green, Ohio.
A free service that provides walking escorts to all students to and from any on campus location. Escorts are available every day of the week from:
8 p.m. – 4 a.m.
Emergency and comprehensive support services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Provides comprehensive individual and group mental health services intended to help students develop improved coping skills in order to address emotional, interpersonal and academic concerns.
Partners with BGSU to provide health services and excellent patient care for students, faculty and staff members as well as the community of Bowling Green, Ohio.
Provides opportunities for students to explore, perceive and understand intercultural issues through engagement with global problems, international cultures, and foreign language.
Seeks to provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to promote, educate, and develop programs centering on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. Diversity education, ally, and advocacy resources: Safe Zone Workshop
A 24-hour crisis hotline
The Dean of Students area advocates for student success by engaging all students in opportunities to build competency in leadership, multicultural awareness, personal responsibility, and citizenship.
Promotes, facilitates, and advocates for a welcoming, socially just and inclusive community. Diversity education, ally, and advocacy resources: OMA Ambassador workshops; iStand Advocacy workshop & Inclusive Leadership Certificate (ILC) program (Both offered in collaboration with the Center for Leadership); and customized diversity education workshops.
The Office of Residence Life promotes an engaging, safe and inclusive environment for academic success and personal growth. On-campus students are encouraged to contact their hall director or RA for assistance and support.
Any student, faculty, or staff member with a concern or question about Title IX and/or a potential violation may seek the assistance of the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Coordinator.