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First-Year Student

I’m enrolling right after graduating from high school

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

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

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I have a bachelor's degree and want to take a graduate course or earn a graduate degree or certificate.
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Fall Open Houses

Oct. 15, Oct. 29 and Nov. 5

You and your family are invited to a Fall Open House to learn more about the opportunities that await you at Bridgewater State University. Meet our students, faculty and administrators; tour our beautiful campus; and learn about our majors, student life, the admission process, financial aid and more!

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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.

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Ryan Kuczer, '23

Computer Science Major
Ryan discovered his love of working in cybersecurity as a BSU student. Participating in a semester-long mentorship program helped him see a future in the rapidly expanding field.
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Maya Elysse, '22

Political Science Major
Through BSU's ATP undergraduate research program, Maya set out to learn why Haiti hasn’t recovered from the 2010 earthquake despite billions of dollars in aid.
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From hardware design and software programming to cybersecurity and digital forensics — the computer science program at BSU prepares students for a future in a rapidly expanding field.

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While studying photonics engineering and optical engineering at BSU, you won’t have to wait long for exciting hands-on opportunities. We’ll introduce you to cutting-edge equipment early in your undergraduate studies.

Featured News

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Social Justice
Jane Richard cuts a red ribbon in front of the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice's new home/
A Home for Social Justice
Martin Richard Institute to occupy newly renovated Summer Street building
Sam Cushman stands in front of the bear statue she painted with images of native plants.
A Fresh Coat
Graduate student's creative touch transforms ECC bear statue
Social Justice
Students look at portraits on a table during Truth Tellers event
Art and Activism
Campus events encourage students to get involved now, not later