At Bridgewater College, you’ll become part of a friendly, welcoming community that accepts you as you are but challenges you to develop as a person. You’ll build close relationships with your fellow students and faculty as you find ways to achieve your full potential. Come to Bridgewater and discover all the opportunities we have to offer.
Get started with the admissions process
Choose the type of student that best describes you:
|High school and homeschooled seniors or graduates with no previous college coursework.|
|High school graduates who have taken, or are in the process of taking, any college-level coursework.|
|High school and homeschooled seniors or graduates looking to attend on a part-time basis.|
|Secondary school seniors or graduates (including those who have taken some university-level coursework) who are non-U.S. citizens and require a non-immigrant visa to study in the U.S.|
|Students who were previously enrolled at Bridgewater College and wish to return as full-time students.|
Learn About Financial Aid
At Bridgewater College we work with you and your family to put together an affordable financial plan for college. We put your mind at ease regarding tuition and costs so you can focus on choosing a college based on the most important issue: what it offers you academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually – not what it costs.
- Visit the office of financial aid to find out how to apply for financial aid and find out about available scholarships, grants and loans.
- Visit our tuition and costs page to find out the total cost of attendance.
Annual Safety Report
The Bridgewater College Campus Security, Crime Statistics and Fire Safety Report includes information for the past three years. The report is available at http://www.bridgewater.edu/files/police/Campus-Security-and-Fire-Safety-Report.pdf. To request a printed copy, please call 540-828-5761.