Bowling Green State University
- 4 Year
- BOWLING GREEN, OH
Bowling Green State University Reviews
Rating 3.71 out of 5 2,558 reviews
The professors are amazing and they do their best here to take care of all the students! They provide many opportunities and do their best to provide help for everyone individually.
I am currently a student in the college of music here at BGSU. It is one of the most amazing experiences I have ever gotten to be a part of. All of the staff is so kind, helpful, caring, and genuinely want you to succeed!
So far It is a lot of fun, In the beginning of the school year I was able to find a couple of friends and stick with them and now I am joining a frat, They become one of my brothers and I'm very grateful for all of what they have done. Something that I think they can changeIt is not easy to find the number for your classes inside the building it is very easy to find the building but not necessarily the numbers inside.
Bowling Green State University was a wonderful experience for me. I have been on countless college visits, but none of them truly felt like home for me. It is a big university with a small-town feel which was perfect for me. The tour guides are very friendly, personable, and honest. It was nice to hear about everything from the dorm living to the activities around the campus such as their favorite restaurants and what they like to do in their free time. Overall just a great experience, defiantly recommend at the least visiting the beautiful campus. Cannot wait to start next year!
I loved the campus life at BGSU. I lived in a learning/living community and was always surrounded by cool people. What I wish BGSU did better was maintaining and improving the dorms.
I think Bowling Green was a great University. As soon as I stepped on to campus it felt like home. They really care about their students and have many activities for students to stay involved!
It has been eye opening and a truly rewarding experience. I’ve learned a lot and will continue to learn here!
On paper, BGSU is an average state school. But as a 3rd year undergrad student here, it's a pretty nice university. BG offers a gorgeous campus, brilliant professors, and a lot of opportunities to advance your career, make friends, or do whatever suits you.
I really love Bowling Green. It really does feel like home here. They have so many things in place to make the transition easy and resources for your academic and emotional wellbeing. There are always opportunities on campus and great organizations to join.
I am a current student here and have had an amazing experience feeling welcomed and pushed to learn and educate myself for success
I loved living on campus! There are great food options and the buildings are beautiful architectural works. There are a plethora of activities too! I took part in VCTO an organization built around learning more about Virtual Communication Technology.
I love Bowling Green State University! Everyone from the staff to the students are extremely friendly, the variety and amount of courses available is amazing, and the campus is gorgeous! I couldn’t have picked a better place to go to college!
I am an incoming freshman to Bowling Green and so far I have had a good impression. the people I have spoken to are very helpful and welcoming. Current upperclassmen have reached out to me on social media offering help navigating classes and the campus. Can't wait to go in the fall!
Beautiful and clean grounds. Excellent staff helped greatly with any need I encountered. Affordable tuition, etc., and great BGSU-specific scholarship opportunities.
BGSU is such a fun environment. It gives a big college experience in a very small town. The bars are so fun and campus is beautiful and so easy to walk!
I like how inclusive they are with activities to make up for the lack of diversity that is apparent there. As a African American female it makes me feel more comfortable.
I enjoy the Greek Life and community in campus. The classes, professors, advisors are very understanding and helpful. I began my college experience during a pandemic and was able to reach out to staff for assistance and did online news in person classes as made available.