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BSU's College of Continuing Studies offers a combination of more than 500 undergraduate night and online classes in the fall and spring semesters. Classes are available in Attleboro at BSU Attleboro and on Cape Cod at our BSU Cape Cod South Yarmouth location (please note: due to COVID-19, Attleboro and Cape Cod campuses are currently closed). We offer a total of approximately 400 summer courses during the day, night and online.

Our courses are open to BSU students as well as students who are not enrolled in a degree program at BSU, defined as Non-degree students. BSU students may register for Continuing Studies courses when the registration period opens. See registration dates below.

Fall 2021 Registration Dates

Continuing Studies Students Early registration: for students admitted into a degree program as a Continuing Studies student for Continuing Studies courses only (night and online classes) from Thursday, 4/15 at 8 am to Saturday, 4/17 at 11:59 pm.

Undergraduate & Continuing Studies Students may register for any undergraduate course (day, night or online): Seniors, Tuesday, 4/20 at 6 am; Juniors, Wednesday,4/21 at 6 am; Sophomores, Thursday, 4/22 at 6 am; Freshmen, Friday, 4/23 at 6 am.

Non-Degree Students may register for Continuing Studies courses beginning Monday, April 26 and for day courses (courses which meet Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm) on Friday, August 27.

 

SEARCH COURSES

 

BSU Student Registration

Register using the student portal myBSU.

For more details about the registration process, visit the Registrar's Registration Schedule page.+

Non-Degree Student Registration

Applying as a NEW Non-Degree Students: Students who have not been admitted into a BSU degree program, who have either never taken a BSU class or who have not taken a BSU class within the past 12 months, must complete the Non-Degree Student application by clicking on the Non-Degree Student Application button below. Please note: we do not charge an application fee for the non-degree student application.
 

NON-DEGREE STUDENT APPLICATION

 

Students who have graduated from BSU: If you have graduated from BSU, you are considered a non-degree student and must complete a Non-Degree Student Application to enroll in undergraduate courses. (Please note: this does not apply to students who are currently enrolled in a BSU graduate program.) More+

Returning Non-Degree Students: If you have enrolled in an undergraduate course at Bridgewater State University within the last 12 months you do not have to fill out a new application. Register for classes via myBSU. More +

Non-degree students and course pre-requisites: If you are enrolling in a class that requires a pre-requisite, please send an unofficial transcript to the BSU Registrar's office via email (registration@bridgew.edu ) or fax (508-531-6101).

PLEASE DO NOT SEND TRANSCRIPTS TO CONTINUING STUDIES FOR COURSE PRE-REQUISITES. TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE SENT TO THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. Sending transcripts to Continuing Studies will delay your ability to register for courses. 

Questions? Contact us at ccs@bridgew.edu or 508.531.2788.

COST

Academic Year 2021 - 2022
$1,329.75 for a three-credit course, plus an additional $25 student fee per semester. 
Online Course Fee (courses with schedule type "web") additional $100.00 per course

Click here for more information on costs

 

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This video follows the step-by-step process for completing BSU's Non-Degree Student Application. A Non-Degree Student is a student who does not wish to enroll in a degree program as an admitted student but who wishes to take an undergraduate credit course or courses at BSU in the summer, fall, spring or winter intersession.
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This brief video tutorial provides step-by-step instruction for users of the CCS Course Search tool. 
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The BSU Registrar's Office has developed a suite of video tutorials to assist students in the registration process. Video instruction includes: Adding or Dropping a Course; Reviewing Course Descriptions; Reviewing Course Pre-Requisites; and Searching for Courses using InfoBear.