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An adventurous path
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BU ranked fifth by Schools.com

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BU ranked nationally
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EGGS major lands
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Anthropology Field School

Welcome to β€œTent City”

"The Archaeology Field School in Ohio at the Balthaser Home Site was a unique experience that you just cannot repeat. I have learned that Archaeology in on itself is about looking at the bigger picture and not getting stuck in the mindset of a 1X1 meter test pit. By taking in the entire site you gain the image of the homestead, the workshop, and the Hopewell way of life. Not only did I connect to the Hopewell, but also with the individuals that joined me on the field school trip."

"Not only did I gain knowledge about Archaeology, but also gained knowledge about myself which helped me to come out of my shell and make friends that I would not have been able to if I did not get this great opportunity to come to Ohio."

University Fast Facts

Military Friendly
Nursing Program
Zeigler College of Business

Professional sales among the best

Bloomsburg University's professional sales major is ranked among the nation’s best for professional sales education by the Sales Education Foundation. BU is one of just five schools in the state to be ranked among the best with the others being LaSalle, Widener, Duquesne and Temple. It is the only school in PASSHE with a sales major.

BU has a history of success in sales competitions with its student teams. In 2016 BU finished in the top 10 at the Russ Berrie Institute National Sales Challenge and was top 10 at the International Collegiate Sales Competition from 2013-2015. Student teams have also competed at the National Collegiate Sales Competition since 2011. Recent research suggests that 60 percent of all business majors and 88 percent of all marketing majors begin their professional careers in a sales-related role.