We are here to support student success so that you stay on track towards graduation. The student retention and success services provide support for students who prefer a support network or additional resources to navigate the campus. Our Eagle Success program and student organizations are great strategies for students to be connected on campus.
The Eagle Success program is a student success initiative for new students at the College. It is a peer mentoring program that supports students who seek advice or information from upper class students who could have similar experiences. We understand that it can be comfortable to reach out to your peers about personal or student related questions.
Eagle Success is an open opportunity for Bridgewater College students; however, research shows that underrepresented, Pell-eligible and first-generation students experience strong outcomes by participating in peer mentoring programs.
We invite first-year students to participate in Eagle Success so that you develop a stronger connection to campus and feel a sense of belonging. Upper class students should consider being mentors to help support and guide new students.
Please email the Eagle Success team at ES@bridgewater.edu to learn more about being involved as a mentor or a mentee.
Asian Student Association celebrates the Asian cultures through music, dance, holiday celebrations, and social issues that impact the Asian identity at Bridgewater College and the surrounding community. ASA provides social and service activities for all interested individuals and promotes identity and unity among the Asian students of Bridgewater College.
Black Student Association (BSA) supports black students at Bridgewater. We also promote awareness of contributions by African Americans on the campus community and beyond. Open to all students.
BC Allies is the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning) advocacy group on campus, open to students, faculty and staff. BC Allies works to create greater awareness for the LGBTQ community and increase advocacy for LGBTQ issues. Open to all students.
Latino Student Association is dedicated to creating, fostering, and bringing awareness about the Latino/a community at the college. Open to all students.
World Languages Club exposes students to the many cultures and languages of the world. This group often takes day trips to places such as Washington D.C. and Richmond to visit embassies, art exhibitions, film festivals, etc.
The College also has faith-based student organizations that are listed in the spiritual life area.