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Undergraduate Admission

Our highest priority is to ensure that all members of our campus community are safe and healthy...

At BSU, we have fully adapted our admissions events and processes to provide you with the information and assistance you need in making college decisions.

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Interviews are not required for admission to BSU, but they may provide both first year applicants and our counseling staff with additional information to make more informed decisions.
Transfer Student event
If you are thinking about transferring to BSU, consider scheduling a one-on-one meeting with a Transfer Counselor. They can give you personalized advice at any point in the application process.

Campus Tour Offerings

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Join us for a student-guided tour, Monday through Friday and select Saturdays.

You and your guests will be assigned to a student tour guide who will share their personal perspective and insights while you walk our beautiful campus for a 90-minute tour. Tours include the interior of several buildings on campus including but not limited to the DMF Science Center, Library, Student Union and East Campus Commons.

Student guided tours are also offered in Brazilian Portuguese, French and German. Please fill out this online form to help us arrange your translated tour.

Face masks are optional on campus, except for when guests visit the Maxwell Library where masks are mandatory.  If you do not have a face mask for the library portion of the tour, one will be provided for you.

Register for a student guided tour »

Visitors may be photographed or videoed for marketing purposes while on campus. If we are taking photos/videos during your visit and you don’t want to be involved, please tell our staff that you choose to opt.

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Undergraduate Information Session and Tour

Undergraduate Information Sessions and Tours, offered weekly on Friday mornings, are ideal for those who want the convenience of both a formal presentation and a student guided tour in the same campus visit.

These weekly programs start on Fridays at 10 a.m. with a 30-minute information session presented by the Associate Dean of Admission, which highlights how we deliver an exceptional value and overviews the admission process. You and your guests will then be assigned to a student tour guide for a 90-minute walking tour of our beautiful grounds and facilities.

Contact Us to Learn More

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Connect with a Freshman Admission Counselor

Monday-Friday, by appointment

Got questions about the admission process or BSU in general? We’ve got admission counselors available to chat with you via email, phone or online upon request.

Email admission@bridgew.edu to learn more and set up your appointment with an admission counselor, and please indicate your preference for a phone, email or online appointment.

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Talk with a Transfer Counselor

Monday-Friday, by appointment

Transferring from another college to BSU is easy and we can answer all your questions. Transfer admission counselors can chat with you via email, phone or online upon request.

Email admission@bridgew.edu to learn more and set up your appointment with a transfer counselor, and please indicate your preference for a phone, email or online appointment.

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Speak with a Student

Monday-Friday, by appointment

Schedule an appointment to speak one-on-one with a currently enrolled BSU student. Get an insider’s perspective on things like academic, extra-curricular activities and student life on campus.

Email bridgewaterguides@bridgew.edu to learn more and set up your appointment to speak with a current student, and please indicate your preference for a phone, email or online appointment.

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