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Apply to Bridgewater

Whether you are a first year student or transferring from another college, we are eager to learn more about you and help you determine if Bridgewater is the right fit for you.

Our 3-step application doesn’t require a formal essay (although we welcome a personal statement to get to know you better) so applying to Bridgewater is quick and easy. And did we mention it is free?

Best of all, our “rolling admissions” policy means we let you know sooner, rather than later, if you’ve been admitted. The information included with your application is used to consider you for merit scholarships. No additional paperwork is required.

For details about Bridgewater College’s admissions policies, including admission to the Teacher Education Program and Master of Science in Athletic Training, refer to the College Catalog.

Don’t wait any longer; start your application today!

First Year Student

Find out what classes you need to have on your transcript, what you need to complete your application and how soon you need to do it.

Transfer Student

If you are considering transferring from another college, send us your transcripts and we’ll help you find out what credits will count at BC.

Graduate Student

If you are interested in a graduate program, find out more about the requirements and start the application process.

International student

Achieve an American, university-level education at BC. Learn more about what we can do to ease your transition and what you need to include with your application.

Readmission

If you’ve been gone from BC for more than a semester, here’s how to reapply.

Part-time student (.pdf)

If you’re only taking a class or two, fill out our part-time student application.

And once you’ve applied, come visit us! Let us show you around campus and introduce you to the BC campus community.

Questions? Contact us!

Office of Admissions

800-759-8328
admissions@bridgewater.edu

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.