Class of 2018 Success Stories: Sky is the limit for BGSU aviation major Jessica Schieberl
Jessica Schieberl, a 20-year-old aviation major, has always been an ambitious student. She arrived at Bowling Green State University as a sophomore with 42 credits from College Credit Plus, but her ambitions really took flight — literally — on her first day of classes.
Class of 2018 Success Stories: Pathway program sets a new course for Rachel Coleman
Rachel Coleman knew her life would change forever once she got accepted to Bowling Green State University, but she didn’t know how much the Pathway Program would impact her entire college career. Coleman is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in phycology with a minor in sociology.
Kidney donor Madison Butler gives ultimate gift to her mother
Senior Madison Butler will graduate in May with bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and speech, despite having donated a kidney to her mother, Stephanie, in fall semester. Her faculty have been instrumental in accommodating her and making it possible to stay on track.
International Travel Guidelines
Whether you are going on a personal or business trip internationally, below are guidelines to protect your devices and your data. Follow these steps to minimize the risk of a security incident while on your trip. While some of these also apply to travel within the United States these recommendations are focused on international travel due to the increase risk associated with travel outside of the country.
The criminals are more interested in the sensitive data you have access to at the university, than the data you carried with you on your trip. Please review the steps below to prevent any breaches in security due to your device being compromised.
Water Boil Advisory
The City of Bowling Green Water Distribution Division will issue a Water Boil Advisory if there is a possibility that contaminants may be introduced into the
BGSU to hold commencement Friday, Saturday
The University will celebrate its 293rd graduation in two ceremonies in the Stroh Center Friday (Dec. 14) and Saturday (Dec. 15). The December graduating class includes 1,001 candidates Alumnae Maryrose Sylvester and Jan Heppe will address the degree candidates.