Welcome to BGSU Firelands!
Whether you are a new BGSU student or returning to start another semester, there are always important questions that need to be answered. If you are looking for answers, start here.
If you are a new BGSU Firelands student, make sure you take the following steps:
So that you can receive all future information and complete your enrollment, you will need to be connected to BGSU. This account will give you access to an email account and to the MyBGSU Web Portal to conduct many types of University business. From the My BGSU Web Portal, you will be able to register for classes, view billing information, see your financial aid information and view your grades.
If you have not already done so, you may now also reserve your date to attend New Student Orientation. During this program, you will get an overview of the educational opportunities, services, and student and campus activities available to you at BGSU Firelands.
You may reserve your date by calling our Academic and Student Services office at 419-372-0886.
During your New Student Orientation session, you will be able to make an appointment with your academic advisor. Your advisor will meet with you, review your student information and help you select courses that meet your degree goal and interests. Once you have met with your advisor, you will be able to register for the classes you need using the MyBGSU Web Portal.
- Know the Registration System Dates and Access Times by checking the information as posted by the Office of Registration and Records.
- Be sure to check the holds on your account via MyBGSU to assure that you can register! Resolve any holds prior to your registration access time.
- Review your Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) to determine your remaining requirements.
- Map out a long-range plan (your advisor will be helpful with this) and be sure you know and follow pre-requisites, class offerings (some are only offered once per year) so you don't mistakenly fall out of sequence.
- Consult the online schedule of classes ahead of time to map out your desired classes and times offered.
- Register as soon as you are able to avoid getting closed out of important classes.
Go to the Main Computer Lab, North Building, RM 231. They will take your picture and provide you with a BG1 Card once you have registered for classes..
An official evaluation of your attempted college credits will be made by the Office of Registration and Records. Questions regarding the transfer of credit from other institutions should be directed to the Transfer Evaluation Office in the Office of Registration and Records by e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 419-372-7959.
If you are currently taking classes or plan to take more classes before enrolling at BGSU Firelands, have an updated official transcript sent to BGSU Firelands as soon as the courses are completed. This will ensure an accurate evaluation of your transfer credits.
If you are still enrolled in high school or college, once you have completed your final semester of high school or college, please have those final transcripts sent to the Office of Admission. The mailing address is:
Office of Admission
One University Drive
Huron, Ohio 44839
Questions of Interest to All Students
Students attending classes in the summer or fall terms may apply for federal financial aid anytime after January 1. New students for spring semester should apply no later than October to ensure their aid will be ready for spring enrollment. To be considered for need-based aid, you must be an admitted student and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). When completing the FAFSA, be sure to list BGSU's school code: 003018.
For more information regarding federal financial aid and programs, go to Student Financial Aid website or call the BGSU Firelands Financial Aid Office at 419-372-0655.
Look up your schedule using your MyBGSU account. Visit the MyBGSU login page, log in to your account, and access the "Student Center" section.
Go to Academic and Student Services, West Building, RM 129.
Contact Accessibility Services located in 105 George MyLander Hall at 419-372-8495
The Teaching and Learning Center provides FREE tutoring. For more information, contact them at 419-372-0748, or visit the TLC website.
Contact Accessibility Services loacted in 105 George Mylander Hall at 419-372-8495
The Bookstore Opt In program is an opportunity to use financial aid funds prior to the start of a semester to purchase your books. In order to utilize this program all financial aid materials must be completed prior to the program deadline.
Once admitted you will receive information about setting up your BGNet email and MyBGSU Web portal accounts. For any questions regarding how to activate these accounts please contact Technical Support at 419-372-0743.