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Effective Monday, August 31, BU transitioned to remote learning for all courses in progress. A determination regarding classes scheduled to begin on Wednesday, October 7 will be made no later than Monday, September 21.


  • Fall I (full fall semester) — Aug. 17 to Nov. 24 

  • Fall II semester — Aug. 17 to Oct. 6 

  • Fall III semester — Oct. 7 to Nov. 24

Full Plan: Bloomsburg University Re-Entry Plan

***Information subject to changes by the school administration. Please refer to the re-entry plan for the most up to date information.


Bloomsburg University News


Bloomsburg, Pa. -- Waking from an induced coma in November of 2020, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania student Sean Sears overheard a doctor telling his mother that "he may not walk again for at least six months. May never be able to speak words correctly. May never go back to college."

Bloomsburg, Pa. -- Bloomsburg University has a number of resources to address food insecurity on campus, and their efforts have attracted the attention of First Lady Frances Wolf, who visited Bloomsburg the last week of April to take a look at how one state university is putting state discus…


Despite the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) decision to combine Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities as Commonwealth University of Pennsylvania, students of the universities need not worry about their sports teams combining.

Bloomsburg, Pa. — Students attending any of the 14 state-owned universities will begin the fall term without a tuition increase, following a decision of the Board of Governors for Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) on Thursday, April 14.

Bloomsburg, Pa. -- When Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania students Alex Pasculle and Erik Josephson, both EMTs, got an ambulance alert on their phones about a BU student who was having a seizure, they wasted little time in coming to the aid of their fellow student.

Bloomsburg, Pa. -- Bloomsburg University and the Bloomsburg University Foundation recently received a $1 million gift from Stephen J. Jones '83 and his wife Melanie Sanchez-Jones to be dedicated toward construction and enhancement of Lycoming Hall, the Honors College designated residence hall.