Cost of Attending
Bridgewater State University offers tremendous value – a first-rate education, an exceptional faculty and a dynamic college community, made more accessible through state-supported tuition rates.
Bridgewater’s official method for sending notice of statements offered through the BSU Student Account Suite via email, this secure service is for viewing account information and making online payments.
A compendium of tuition and fees for day and evening undergraduate and graduate students. Costs are noted for both in-state residents and out-of-state students.
Students and families may choose to make semester payments via the BSU Student Payment Plan. This web-based plan enables you to make interest-free monthly installments.
Refund policies for day students withdrawing from the university. This information reflects the percentage of tuition and fees the student will be charged dependent on the official withdrawal date.
The agreement informs students of the financial responsibilities associated with enrolling for classes and explains the potential consequences that may be taken if a student fails to meet those obligations. The agreement must be completed every semester.
An important checklist for new and returning students.
Massachusetts law C.15A.s.18 requires all registered students taking 9 or more undergraduate credits or 7 or more graduate credits to have comparable health insurance. Students are billed for insurance via eBill and must waive or enroll in the student health insurance every year by the bill due date.
In January each year Bridgewater State University will issue a Form 1098-T to each qualifying student indicating the amount charged by the University for Qualified Tuition and related expenses during the previous calendar year, along with additional required information.
Each semester students must fill out the Military Education Benefits Form to acknowledge use of military benefits.