Any Bridgewater student will tell you that if you want to make the most of everything Bridgewater offers, you just need to get involved. No matter what your interests are, we have opportunities for you to deepen your personal and academic experience through events, organizations, volunteer work and more. Students who get involved here find themselves developing more relationships, learning more about teamwork and cooperation, and having much more fun!
Bridgewater is dedicated to helping our students define and develop their leadership qualities through a variety of organized programs, activities and other resources.
The Involvement Network will show you the full range of Bridgewater’s student clubs and organizations and an updated listing of events around campus.
Students at Bridgewater participate in student-produced media outlets, including our weekly campus newspaper, The Comment and 180-watt radio station, WBIM-FM.
Bridgewater State is committed to providing students with a variety of volunteer and community engagement opportunities that will extend student learning inside and outside of the classroom.
Commuter students are the heartbeat of the Bridgewater State University campus, comprising more than half of our population.