Continuing Studies Transfer Night (virtual)
Virtual Sessions: January 13 & 14, 5 - 7 pm
Meet one-on-one with a member of our Admissions staff in your own personal 30-minute online session. You can apply for admissions through On-the-Spot admissions or discuss transferring into one of our night or online degree programs.
To sign up, click on the Register Today button below to reserve your individual 30-minute session on one of the dates above. Just choose from the list of available dates and times. Please note: once an individual has signed up for a session, that date and time will be removed from the list and reserved for that individual.
Apply for Free: As part of Transfer Night we will waive the $10 Continuing Studies application fee (does note apply to Undergraduate or Graduate Admission fees, Continuing Studies application only).
*Admissions requirements for the on-the-spot admissions process:
An official transcript from every college/university you have attended
Grade Point Average of at least 2.0 if you have earned 24 college credits or more
Grade Point Average of at least 2.5 if you have earned between 12 to 23 college credits
Continuing Studies night degree BS/BA programs (Bridgewater campus):
Accounting & Finance, Art, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, Economics, English, Management, Marketing, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Special Education
Online degree programs:
Communication Studies, BA
BSU Attleboro campus night degree BS/BA program:
BSU Cape Cod campus night degree BS/BA program:
Early Childhood Education, BSE
The BSU Continuing Studies Advantage
Conveniently located: Bridgewater is centrally located and a short drive from the South Shore, the South Coast and communities south and southwest of Boston.
Flexible scheduling: Mix night and online classes to complete your bachelor's degree.
Simple admission process: The Continuing Studies application is streamlined and takes only a few minutes to complete. No essay required.
Transfer-friendly: We accept up to 69 credits from a two-year institution and up to 90 credits from a four-year institution whether you earned your credits three months ago or more than 30 years ago.