If you want to get the low-down on PokéStops and Gyms on campus, click past to find out more!
Like many of you, I’ve been playing Pokémon Go on campus and around Bellevue. It’s a very addicting game, and I know that during our down-time, our students, faculty, and staff who feel the need to “catch ‘em all” will be walking all over campus to fling one more Pokéball before they have to go back to work or class. I decided it might be nice to have a little guide for Bellevue Universities Campus (plus, we’re a PokéStop!)
Here are the PokéStops on campus:
- Bellevue University Library (of course!)
- Bellevue University Bell Tower (next to the Bellevue University Library).
- George & Marjorie Russell Bridge (the bridge leading to the student center).
- The Bubble Wall (inside the student center, but can be accessed from outside).
- Dan Wheeler Memorial Pond (in front of the Educational Services Building).
- Hollis and Helen Baright Bookstore (next to the Administration Services Building on top of the hill).
- Win Doe to the World (inside the Educational Services Building).
- The Bellevue University Logo (on the hill next to the Administration Services Building).
- Twin Valley Church (while not technically on campus, it is right next to the Student Center).
Here are the Gyms on campus:
- The Bellevue University Waterfall (inside the beautiful Educational Services Building).
- Bellevue University Art ( located next to the Hitchcock Humanities Center, facing the parking lot).
- Bellevue University (this is a sign at the corner of Lloyd St. and Betz Rd, which becomes the road leading up the hill from campus).
So stop by, grab some Pokéballs from the library, and keep on trying to catch ‘em all!