BGU’s Marcus Family Campus in Beer-Sheva is the University’s flagship campus and its academic, cultural, social, and administrative center.
The University has two additional campuses in Beer-Sheva, the David Tuviyahu Campus and David Bergman Campus, which house a variety of scientific laboratories.
The University’s Sede Boqer Campus, located near the desert home of David Ben-Gurion and his gravesite, is home to the Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research and BGU’s Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism.
At BGU’s Eilat campus, students can earn specialized degrees in marine biology, energy, and hospitality and tourism management.
In 2013, the University doubled its physical size with the addition of the new 57-acre North Campus. Located across the train tracks from BGU’s Marcus Family Campus, the campus will help the University grow to its full potential over the next three decades, allowing for the building of new student dorms, labs, classrooms, and an events center.