Meet the Graduates
BSU prepares to celebrate our 2019 graduating class with three ceremonies: in honor of Commencement 2019 BSU would like to share with you the accomplishments of a few of our newest alumni.
“I learned to push myself here. That’s something I really value about this school,” the graduate said. “They give you opportunities and, if there’s no opportunity, you can always create one.”
John Whittemore and Logan Healy
Soon-to-be double Bear John Whittemore, ’17, G’19, and Logan Healy, ’19, are two of the senior transit workers scheduled to take their “last ride” on graduation day.
I encourage students to step out of their comfort zones, do things you’ve never done before. Bridgewater has done more for me than I ever thought it could.”
"I didn’t know what I wanted to do before I came here. Now, I’m set for post-graduation in terms of employment, and it’s all a product of what I learned here" Daniel recalls.
First Speech-Language Pathology Graduates
Students in one of Bridgewater State University’s newest graduate programs know struggling to speak shouldn’t be an impediment to communicating.
“Bridgewater State University is my home and my family. I would not be who I am today if not for Bridgewater.”
She departs BSU on May 18 as the first president of the inaugural Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) chapter, Psi Iota Omega, the school’s first-ever black Greek letter organization.