More than 18,000 undergraduate students and 3,000 graduate students attend classes in Bowling Green, Ohio. 7,000 students live on campus.
You are currently enrolled in high school, a post-secondary program, or are starting college for the first time.
You have attempted 12 or more hours of college level coursework since you graduated from high school or earned your GED.
You are a student 25 years old or older or a student with a significant break in your education. You may be either a transfer or a first-year student.
You already have a bachelor’s degree and are interested in obtaining a master’s degree, doctorate, or graduate certificate.
The Huron, Ohio branch is a regional commuter campus, with approximately 2,500 students. Also includes Online Programs for BGSU Firelands.
University programs and courses are available over the Internet, as part of our online learning community. Main campus programs only.
Offered at sites in 25 northwest Ohio counties, students study toward competency, licensure or a degree.
Links to information and services specifically for school counselors.