Whether you’re transferring from a two-year or a four-year college, we’ll help you find out what credits you have to transfer and make the process as easy as possible.
How do I apply?
- Submit your FREE online application.
- Submit your official final high school transcript.
- Submit SAT or ACT scores directly from the testing agency.
- Scores can be waived if you have at least 26 academic credits, including English and math.
- Submit official transcripts from each college attended.
- Transcripts will be evaluated by the registrar on a course-by-course basis. Credit will be awarded only for those courses in which you earned a grade of C or above.
- Submit a Dean’s Reference form (.pdf) from each college attended.
When can I submit my application?
Typically the application is available mid-August. Apply as early as you can to enroll in the upcoming fall or spring semesters, but understand that applications received after May 1 for fall or January 1 for spring will be considered as space allows. Applications received after these dates will be considered as space allows.
Will all of my community college credits transfer?
If you are attending an accredited two-year college, you may transfer up to 68 credits.
What are the right courses to take if I plan to attend a community college and then transfer to BC?
Contact our transfer counselor, Jackie Spicer. She will help you select courses and get you ready to transfer to Bridgewater. A campus visit to get your questions answered is the best way to prepare for transfer.
How many credits do I need to complete to graduate from Bridgewater?
You need to earn a minimum of 123 credits to graduate, 48 of which must be junior-senior level courses. If you are transferring from a four-year college, at least 30 of your final 33 credits and at least nine of your major credits must be completed at Bridgewater.
Do you have scholarships available for transfers?
BC offers several scholarships and grants for transfer students. Admitted students are automatically reviewed for scholarships.
- Academic scholarships based on cumulative GPAs of 3.0 and higher
- A scholarship for members of Phi Theta Kappa, the community college academic honor society
- A grant to all transfer students transferring a minimum of 12 credits
Do you have any Articulation Agreements?
In order to make Bridgewater College more accessible, we have worked with various institutions on the following Articulation Agreements.
Are transfer students allowed to live off campus?
Yes, as a transfer student you may live off campus if you have earned a minimum of 12 post-high school college credits, or if you meet one of the other criteria for permission to live off campus.
What happens after my application is complete?
Your admissions counselor reviews your application and an admission decision is mailed to you. Our rolling admissions system means you don’t have to wait long to find out if you are in! Transcripts are evaluated by the registrar after you are admitted.
What are my campus visit options?
- Personalized Visit
- Open Houses
- Special Events
Check our visit page for dates and times. Whenever you choose to visit campus, bring a copy of your college transcript(s) for an initial credit evaluation.
Who can I contact about my application?
Questions? Contact us!
Office of Admissions
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – noon