Bloomsburg University is a great place to be you!

Bloomsburg University is a great place to be you!


Unleashing the you at BU

Alyssa Meyers

"Don’t panic. Grad school is the perfect place to make mistakes. You’re surrounded by helping professionals who want nothing more than to see you succeed! If everything hasn’t fallen into place quite yet, don’t worry too much. It will."
— Alyssa Meyers, pursuing Counseling and College Student Affairs degree

A digital twist to language learning

Bloomsburg University 175th Anniversary

Bloomsburg University is a place in which students gain much more than knowledge applicable to their future goals; they are also are provided with opportunities to apply that knowledge to real-world scenarios.

One student, Andy Rector, a digital forensics major and Chinese minor from Mifflinburg, has used the opportunities that BU has presented him with to gain new and exciting experiences on and off campus. Although minoring in Chinese was not a path that Rector had foreseen, he quickly discovered the benefits of writing and reading this particular language.

“China turns out to be one of our biggest competitors in the cyber world,” Rector says. “Knowing something about Chinese and being able to read and write (Chinese), in my mind, is a great way to interview for a job. It’s certainly a point of interest.”

Huskies compete at Keystone Classic

Husky Sports

Bloomsburg University's wrestling team competed at the Keystone Classic in Philadelphia, led by Tanner Cahill who finished sixth at 141 pounds. In the consolation round he beat Paul Kirchner of Rider by fall in 41 seconds, then beat Travis Schaffer of Pitt, 12-8. In the consolation semifinals he lost by fall to Jameson Oster of Northwestern; then fell to Mike Longo of Appalachina State, 5-1, in the fifth place match. At 133 pounds Andy Schutz went 2-2 winning by major decision and fall, while at 149 pounds Kevin Laubach went 3-2 on the day winning twice by decision and once by fall. Bloomsburg returns to action Saturday, Dec. 6, when it hosts the PSAC Championships starting at 10 a.m.