Divisional Highlights

Students participating in Recreation and Wellness programs continue to be retained at a higher rate versus those students who do not participate in programming:

  • intramural sports (88% participants vs. 76% non-participant retention)
  • sport clubs (83% participants vs. 76% non-participant retention)
  • group exercise (93% participants vs. 76% non-participant retention)
  • frequent users of the Student Rec Center (86% participants vs. 75% non-participant retention)

94.3% of students who responded to the Counseling Center’s client satisfaction survey expressed an overall satisfaction with the services they received.

The Office of Residence Life implemented intentional conversations around diversity and inclusion that reached 86.27% of on-campus students, as well as freedom of expression conversations that reached 84.06% of residential students.

The Counseling Center provided services to 1,785 students (compared to 1,700 in FY18 for a 5% increase) for a total of 8,993 contacts (compared to 7,594 in FY18 for an 18.4% increase).

Dance Marathon raised $255,198.30 for Mercy Children’s Hospital.

The BGSU Cheerleading Squad ranked second in the national within the Small Co-ed Division 1A and received a gold medal in the University World Cup Cheerleading Championships.

The average GPA for students registered with Accessibility Services increased from 3.058 in 2017-2018 to 3.078 in 2018-2019.

Over 350 students utilized support services provided by Student Case Management Services and 43 individuals were assisted through the Grab-N-Go Food Program.

712 students participated in GRIT programming offered through the Counseling Center in 2018-2019, compared to 517 participants the previous year for a 38% increase.

Falcons After Dark hosted 30 late night events on Fridays and had thousands of students attend throughout the year.

BGSU Men’s Rugby celebrated 50 years of competition highlighted by winning the Division 1AA National Championship.

Order of Omega, along with the rest of the fraternity and sorority community, partnered with Habitat for Humanity to raise money for the Habitat houses being built in City of Bowling Green. $9,080 was raised during Greek Weekend.

1,043 students were registered with Accessibility Services in 2018-2019, compared to 970 in 2017-2018 for a 7% increase.

Move for Your Mood saw over 800 unique participants engaged in this program that resulted in 98% reporting they benefited from participation.

The Office of Residence Life implemented the 360 Virtual Reality Experience for students to tour the residence halls.  Since the launch, more than 28,757 individuals have viewed the tour.

94.3% of students who responded to the Counseling Center’s client satisfaction survey expressed an overall satisfaction with the services they received.

Spring Semester 2019 ended with a bang with the Falcon Finale. This program had a number of activities for students to participate in, as well as a band and fireworks. The event was capped off with Pancakes with the President in the Ballroom. Over 1200 students in attendance.