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Online Campus Tour

Explore Bridgewater State University from the comfort of your own chair with our online campus tour. View the video or galleries below to take a virtual stroll across our lawns and learn more about our buildings and facilities.

If you would like to see our campus in person, sign up for a campus tour.

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Academic and Research Facilities

Forward thinking, careful planning and relentless energy have allowed Bridgewater State University to invest nearly $300 million in an unparalleled program of construction, renovation and renewal. The result? A campus that's as welcoming as it is beautiful.

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Maxwell Library

The Maxwell Library finds energy and strength in its commitment to being a resource not only to the Bridgewater State University community but to Southeastern Massachusetts and the commonwealth.

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Recreation and Student Life

Yes, college is about what your professors can teach you. But at Bridgewater, it's also about stretching your mind in other directions - taking in more music, volunteering your time, picking up a new sport, meeting people with common interests, even meeting people whose interests are completely unfamiliar.

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Athletics at Bridgewater

The athletics program at Bridgewater offers 21 NCAA Division III varsity teams and a variety of intramural, club and recreational sports, providing opportunities to play and compete at almost any level.

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Campus Map

Visiting in person? This will help you figure out how to get here, where to park and how to find a specific building on our East or West Campus.

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Campus Highlights

Bridgewater's campus is often the deciding factor for students. The community is close-knit, yet we have the space and facilities to make our campus an eventful place.

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Campus Housing

Bridgewater State University has 10 residence halls, each with its own unique character. All residence halls are co-ed, with Shea-Durgin Halls and Woodward Hall housing first-year students only. Two of the residence halls feature learning communities, one of which is focused on social justice.

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