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Student Technology

BSU offers a high speed, secure wireless network with full campus coverage. We offer wireless WEPA printing and scanning services at various sites on campus. For students living on campus, ResNet offers an enviable technology package including Xfinity on demand content, premium cable TV, and wireless gaming. For commuters, our mobile app includes a smart parking feature to indicates parking lot availability and our bus tracker indicates the current position of shuttles.


Academic Technology

BSU has a comprehensive technology infrastructure as well as discipline-specific labs and tools such as Bloomberg terminals and flight simulators to support the mission of teaching and learning. BSU provides three general open access computer labs and 12 major specific computer labs including five Mac labs on campus. All classrooms are equipped with wireless connection, teaching computer station, audio/visual equipment, laptop cable hookups, sound reinforcement, document camera and projection screen.

For remote learning, please view our Helpful Resources for Online Learners.

Mobile App

The BSU Mobile App keeps students up to date with the latest information including news, announcements, and events; courses, dining hall menus, bus schedules, map and directory.


All students have Web-based student email – which is used as the official means of student notification by the university – with 25GB of storage.


The Bridgewater State University ResNet program is an all-in-one education and entertainment package provided to residential students. ResNet includes high-speed Internet service (wired and wireless), cable TV, on-demand and premium movies, telephone service and residence hall printing stations. Additionally, residents are offered the Carbonite Secure Cloud Backup which keeps computer files protected automatically.

Social Media

The Bridgewater community is active on social media. Many student clubs and departments have social media pages that allow the students a voice and deeper connection to the BSU community (Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter).

Connect Card

The Connect Card is a multi-purpose ID card that can be used for library privileges, building access, as a meal ticket and as a debit card. As a debit card, funds may be used at all dining areas, vending machines, laundry machines, public copiers, the Bookstore, Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks (on campus), purchasing stamps at the university’s mailroom, purchasing a gym membership, and off-campus at a number of participating merchants. Visit for more information.

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Bridgewater's mobile app for students on the go for iphone, android and tablet. Download now from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
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Resident students are provided a suite of technology services including Xfinity Live TV and on demand content, high speed internet, premium cable TV, unlimited printing and wireless gaming.
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Makerspace is an interdisciplinary initiative offering access to and training on specialized equipment. It is located in the new Think Tank in the Dana Mohler-Faria Science & Mathematics Center.

Contact Information

24/7/365 Technology Support

IT Service Center
Maxwell Library, Ground floor
10 Shaw Road
Bridgewater, MA 02325