Bridgewater offers free academic advising for prospective undergraduate evening students. Whether transferring to Bridgewater or starting your college career, we will help you reach your educational goals. Call the Academic Achievement Center at 508-531-1214 to schedule an appointment.
Applying for admission
Apply for an evening degree program with our evening application. It's simple, straight-forward and lets you skip the standard essay, if you wish. There's no admission deadline to meet since the Office of Admissions will review applications on an ongoing basis. Apply on-line or fill out the paper application. Click here for details. Whether attending full-time or part-time, the benefits of BSU as a matriculated student are great (a matriculated student is an individual who has been accepted into a BSU degree program).
Bridgewater State University Catalog
The Bridgewater State University Catalog is the most comprehensive source of academic information on degree programs and courses. Click here to research degree programs, academic opportunities, and more.
Take advantage of job fairs, internships, resume writing workshops, mock interviews, career exploration sources and more. The Career Services office is designed to help you succeed. Many of their services are available online. Click here to learn more.
Financial Aid is available to students enrolled in evening classes. You must be a matriculated student (accepted into a BSU degree program) and enrolled in a minimum of six credits. For details about financial aid, click here to visit our Financial Aid Web page. Bridgewater also offers an interest-free tuition management program where students can divide payment of their bill over several months for a small fee. Visit the Bridgewater Student Accounts page for details.
Students register for courses through the Registrar’s office. The office also oversees student transcripts and student records. Click here to visit the Registrar’s Web site for hours of operation and other details related to the registration process. Matriculated students (students enrolled in a degree program) may enroll online.
Search for all courses
Search for evening credit and non-credit courses via the CDE Web site. To search all BSU classes and to check whether space is available in a course you may be interested in, use InfoBear. Click here to access InfoBear.
If you are new to InfoBear, click here for instructions (PDF format) on using the InfoBear search feature. Please note, this is a PDF file. If you do not have Adobe Reader, please click here to access the Adobe site for a free download of the latest version of Adobe Reader.
Transferring to BSU
Click here to read about transferring into our evening degree programs. Explore the great Bridgewater resources available online about transferring and learn the benefits of transferring from a Massachusetts community college. We even take on that age old question: Do college credits expire?
Tuition & Fees
The cost for a three-credit, undergraduate course in the evening, online or on the weekend is $928.14 for the 2010 - 2011 academic year. Click here to view a tuition and fee chart for the current academic year.
Last Modified: March 15, 2012