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The Bemidji State University Accounting Club is a student organization open to all students majoring in and/or interested in accounting. The purpose of this organization will be to interest in and foster the goals of the accounting club.
The mission of the American Fisheries Society is to improve the conservation and sustainability of fishery resources and aquatic ecosystems by advancing fisheries and aquatic science and promoting the development of fisheries professionals.
Dedicated to promoting and protecting the human rights upheld by the Universal Declarations of Human Rights (UDHR), in coordination with Amnesty International.
The Beaver Dam Fan Club seeks to encourage student's creativity and ideas to help boost attendance at BSU Athletic events and overall school spirit!
The Purpose of this organization is to promote the fields of engineering and technology to better help the students gain more real world experience through team activities that cannot be taught in the classroom usually by doing projects
The Bemidji Choir is the top audition concert choir at BSU. Besides performing numerous concerts in our own facilities, we also take tours across the state of Minnesota, the United States, and Europe.
We meet Monday and Friday nights from 7:00-9:00 for practice and conditioning. Our instructor is Dr. James Mastro, a fourth degree black belt and Olympian. We provide a warm environment where anyone is welcome to come and enjoy judo and jiu jitsu.
Bemidji State University Cheer is composed of a group of talented young women with a variety of backgrounds who love their school,love it's traditions, and love the games they support.
The purpose of the club is to have fun while encouraging camaraderie, sportsmanship, integrity, conservation, and developing the skills and knowledge needed to be successful anglers.
The Bemidji State University Geography Club is dedicated to the promotion and avocation of the Geography Department. Our goals include increasing awareness of the discipline through social and community networking, and incorporation of new students.