Bemidji State University has buildings that are academic, residential life, business or student life.

Academic BuildingsEdit


  • AC Clark Library
  • Bangsberg Hall
  • Benson Hall
  • Bridgeman Hall
  • Decker Hall
  • Hagg-Sauer Hall
  • Sandford Hall
  • Sattgast Hall

AC Clark LibraryEdit

The AC Clark Library has a class room on the first floor.  The courses that are offered in the class room are mass communication courses that reguire computer access during courses.

Bangsberg HallEdit

Bangsberg Hall is the home of the Mass Communcations and Music departments.  Bangsberg hall was also the home of the Theater program, but in the spring of 2011,the theater program was cut .

Benson HallEdit

Benson Hall is the home of the Criminal Justice and Professional Education Departments.  It is also where art courses are taught.

Bridgeman HallEdit

Bridgeman Hall is the home of the Design Technology Department.

Decker HallEdit

Deck Hall is the home of the Accounting and Business Departments.

Hagg-Sauer HallEdit

Hagg-Sauer Hall is the home the English, Sociology, Psychology, Math, History, Political Science, and Women's Studies, Gender Studies departments.  Hagg-Sauer Hall is also where the largest lecture hall on the Bemidji State campus is held.

Sandford HallEdit

Sandford Hall is where the TRiO Student Support Services taught courses are offered.

Other Sandford Hall ServicesEdit

Sandford Hall is also where the Advising Success Office, Disability Services, and Careers Services is housed.

Sattgast HallEdit

Sattgast Hall is where the science departments are housed: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics.  The Nursing department is also hosted in this building.

Business BuildingEdit

There is only one business building on the campus: Deputy Hall.

Deputy HallEdit

Deputy hall has the following departments within the building:

  • Admissions
  • Records
  • Cashiers
  • Fincial Aid
  • Tech Support
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Centering For Extended Learning

Residential and Student Life BuildingsEdit

There are six dorms on campus as well as two buildings that are student life buildings.

Residential Life and DormsEdit

The Residential Life office is on the first floor of Walnut Hall.  The dorms are Birch, Ceder, Linden , Oak, Pine and Tamarack.

One unique program that Bemidji State Offers for freshman students is the FYRE Program.

Student Life BuildingsEdit

Walnut hall is where the main dinning hall is.  The other Student Life Building is Hobson Memorial Union.