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Come Into Your Own at BSU

Bridgewater State University offers 54 undergraduate and 43 graduate programs that will open your eyes and expand your world view in ways you may not anticipate.

With classes that are small in size and taught by professors, not teaching assistants, there is an individual focus on education and growth. BSU boasts an array of resources to help students succeed, as well as programs that push them to excel in their goals.

Bridgewater’s Marks of Excellence

A group of students conducting research abroad in the country of Georgia
BSU is recognized as offering one of the top undergraduate research programs in the country, according to the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Riley Lathrop, '20, teaching movement with a classroom of students in Indonesia
BSU is one of the top Fulbright-producing institutions, according to the U.S. Department of State. Bridgewater can match the experiences students have at private universities.
Students in a computer organization class around a desk filled with computer equipment
According to The Education Trust and the USC Race and Equity Center, BSU closes opportunity gaps for students of low-income, Pell Grant-eligible families, students of color and male students.
Which Professor Would Earn Your Vote?
Honors program sashes, ready to be presented to graduates
Our honors students enjoy small classes, close interaction with faculty, and rich opportunities for research, leadership and community engagement.
Psychology student Cassandra Hartgrove, '22, holds up a slide with samples from monkey brains

Undergraduate researchers develop the skills and experience that make them outstanding candidates for post-graduation opportunities.

BSU intern Kendyn Costa, right, works with a Parkinson's patient at 110 Fitness in Rockland
Each year, more than 500 students participate in paid internships to discover the work they love and earn academic credit.
BSU students pose in front of landmarks in Morocco and Ecuador
Studying abroad is back, and there is no better way to learn about yourself, acquire marketable skills, and expand your worldview.

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