BVU was honored by the Iowa Lakes Corridor Corporation during the organization’s Annual Business Recognition Luncheon, in recognition of the University's many achievements in the last year.Read More
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Our seniors completed their years at BVU unlike any other class before them: fully online. We salute them and their journeys to Victory Arch! Senior Send-Off
Buena Vista University has earned the Gold Seal from the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement. In the 2018 election, student voting on campus increased nearly 13 percent.Read More
Joe Thede, a criminology and criminal justice major, is thankful for time with the Beaver football team and the Iowa Army National Guard.Read More
On the annual Unified Sports Day, Special Olympics Iowa athletes participated in a variety of fun activities with BVU coaches, staff, faculty, and students.Read More
Daily events, discussions, and a life-size board game highlight Diversity & Inclusion Week on the Buena Vista University campus. The multitude of programs and gatherings have been organized by BVU’s Center for Diversity & Inclusion.Read More
Two new faces direct the fortunes of the Buena Vista University basketball programs this season. David Wells is a 40-year-old rookie head coach piloting the women’s basketball team. Trevor Johnson, 28, enters his rookie campaign as head coach for the Beavers men’s squad.Read More
The play follows the fictional Galvan family, which moved from northern Mexico to the United States, only to return to Mexico due to financial hardships. Performances take place Nov. 7-9 at 7:30 p.m. in Anderson Auditorium.Read More
Canyon “Moose” Hopkins passed away on Oct. 24, ending a courageous battle against Stage 4 Soft Tissue Sarcoma-Synovial. One-hundred-fifty classmates, faculty, and friends joined the Hopkins family in honoring him with a vigil in Schaller Memorial Chapel.Read More
Enrollment gains, $11 million in physical improvements, and the power of positive thinking have changed the trajectory and culture at the Cardinal of Eldon Community School District.Read More
Ella Wiebusch combines soccer, academic travel, and internships into a winning college experience, one that she will continue while working toward her BVU master's degree.Read More
Stories and Fun
Spreading Beaver Spirit
The pandemic has increased the distance between us, but it can't dampen our BVU pride! Enjoy resources like coloring pages and wallpaper, as well as stories of our graduating class, as we build Beaver spirit around the world!