BGSU makes $4.7 million investment in wireless upgrade across its campuses

Bowling Green State University recently started a $4.7 wireless campaign to update the nearly 3,000 wireless access points across its campuses.

University statements and resources

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program receives five-year accreditation

The BSN program at the University will welcome its first cohort in Fall 2021.

BGSU ranked No. 5 in the nation as a top university for veterans

Rankings are based on the results of a comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military student services and rates of academic achievement.

BGSU In Motion

Falcon Moments - Spring 2021 Commencement

Chapman Learning Community Grow Project

Senior Week 2021

Redefining Student Success

Daedrick Matthews has career headed in right direction thanks to new degree program

Daedrick Matthews, a member of the first cohort for BGSU Firelands’ Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies program, recently was hired by Elite Industrial Controls.

Class of 2021: Anthony Laurio to be first BGSU cadet in the U.S. Space Force

The final frontier is just the first step for Anthony Laurio, a 2021 BGSU graduate, as he enters the newest branch of the Armed Forces, the U.S. Space Force.

BGSU's eCampus helps post-traditional student realize longtime goal of living in South Korea

The versatility of BGSU's eCampus online program allowed Sherrie Lynn Dominique to continue her studies while pursuing her dream of living in South Korea.

Military students, veterans find success in the classroom at BGSU

Five military and veteran students obtain bachelor’s degrees this spring from BGSU while the Office of Nontraditional and Military Student Services is there to help guide them.


Research & Innovation

Research shows insufficient or poor-quality sleep can be an important factor between stress, diet

BGSU-Michigan State research. shows that Insufficient or poor-quality sleep can be an important factor between stress and diet.

BGSU researcher asks, 'Is dredge material good for soil?'

BGSU geochemist Angélica Vázquez-Ortega studies dredge materials to potentially help Lake Erie water quality and improve farm soils.

New BGSU initiative hopes to help rural communities move forward

Bowling Green’s State University’s Reimagining Rural Regions Initiative plans to help Ohio’s rural communities attract and keep talent within their communities.

BGSU receives $555,000 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant

BGSU was awarded a $555,000 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant. The project will be matched with $141,536 in local funds, including $100,000 from JobsOhio.

Diversity & Belonging

BGSU honors Dr. Robert L. Perry ’59, ’65 in recognition of legacy of diversity and belonging

Dr. Robert L. Perry ’59, ’65, inaugural director of Bowling Green State University’s ethnic studies program, is honored with the naming of veranda.

McCary presents ‘Bound by the Unconscious’ at national convention

Jennifer McCary, chief diversity and belonging officer at BGSU, wants people to be aware of unconscious doubt that’s created by unconscious bias.

Advancing Our Impact

Falcons help BGSU One Day soar to new heights

More than $1.4 million in support was raised during Bowling Green State University's fifth annual day of giving on April 6-7.

Abbott's coronavirus test includes work by BGSU alumna

BGSU alumna Tao Xin '94 won Abbott's Researcher of the Year award for her contribution to coronavirus rapid test production.

Recent BGSU alumni blazing entrepreneurial trails during COVID

Bowling Green State University alumni launch vastly different entrepreneurial ventures in midst of global COVID pandemic.

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