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BSU has announced a freeze on student fees for the 2020-2021 academic year.

All summer classes are online. Registration is ongoing; visit Summer Session.

Visit the COVID-19 Safe Return site for updates and resources.

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What do you want to do?

First-Year Student

I’m enrolling right after graduating from high school

Transfer Student

I have earned college credits and want to transfer to BSU and take day-time courses

Continuing Studies Student

I’m interested in undergraduate classes or bachelor’s degree programs that I can complete at night or online

Graduate Student

I have a bachelor's degree and want to take a graduate course or earn a graduate degree or certificate.
Congrats Class of 2020


Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

“We won’t let this pandemic define your time at BSU. Your time on campus was defined by your wonderful professors … the countless friends you have met … and by how you have grown during your time at Bridgewater. Most importantly, I hope you have discovered something about your passion and purpose in life.”
—Frederick W. Clark, Jr., Esq.
President, Bridgewater State University


Learn by Doing

Meeting the needs of all students, one student at a time, is what Bridgewater State University is all about.

What does that mean to you? It means that we will meet you where you're at and offer the support and guidance you need to succeed in college and beyond.

Here, you'll have opportunities to learn by doing, to serve the world and the region, to discover your career path and to make your dreams come true.

By the Numbers


Student/Faculty Ratio


of graduates secure jobs or enroll in graduate school six months to a year after graduation


NCAA Division III teams for men and women

Countless Resources. Boundless Opportunities.

Kevin Asirifi, '20
Kevin Asirifi, '20
Public Health Major

Kevin wants to apply what he's learning at BSU to aid people in Ghana. He was selected to attend the prestigious 2019 Future Public Health Leaders Program at the University of Michigan.

Rydia Hayes-Huer, '20
Rydia Hayes-Huer, '20
Physics Major
Rydia worked with Professor Martina Arndt to create a program that will enable scientists to better analyze solar eclipse images.
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Virtual Visits

All campus tours and visits are canceled at this time, but we encourage you
to explore BSU through our virtual campus tour and online info sessions.

With new programs in Photonics and Optical Engineering, student will learn to solve problems and design solutions using the next wave in technology – light!


Health professionals who can advise, treat and promote healthy living are in high demand. Our new Health Science program offers concentrations in Pre-Athletic Training, Pre-Physical Therapy and Pre-Occupational Therapy.


Undergraduate research

Learn Collaboratively

Our students have opportunities to collaborate closely with their professors, expanding their knowledge while making original contributions to their discipline. Our undergraduate research program has been named one of the top in the nation and many of our students say this experience was the most valuable part of their education.

Featured News

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Double Bear Earns Fulbright
Jorgelina Uribe will teach next year in Brazil
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Recruiting Tools

Admissions staff make the most of virtual tools to recruit and welcome new students

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Freeze on Fees
BSU holds the line on tuition and fees 
Class of 2020
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Masterful Performance
Graduate students well prepared for chosen careers
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Senior Voices

Members of the Class of 2020 look back

Class of 2020
Celebrating the Class of 2020
BSU pledges commencement ceremony