When you become a part of the BC community, you become part of a history that goes all the way back to 1880. That’s when a 26 year-old decided to start the Spring Creek Normal School and Collegiate Institute. Daniel Christian (D.C.) Flory opened the school on September 6, 1880, with six students, including one woman.
You’ll choose from a variety of academic programs. You’ll challenge yourself and prepare for your future:
At BC, you’ll have unique opportunities for research as an undergraduate. You can perform research projects in partnership with a faculty mentor, either during the semester or the summer. It’s critical preparation for graduate school and a great way to apply what you’ve learned.
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You’re taking a big step. Going from high school to college will be one of the most exciting—and challenging--times of your life. You’ll take on more responsibility. Confront new ways of thinking. Explore career options. Look forward to a bright future.
From the day you move into your residence hall, you’ll feel at home. Hanging out with your roommate. Studying with a group of friends. Sharing opinions in late-night debates. There are so many opportunities to grow. Socially. Intellectually. Spiritually.
We customize library instruction to meet your needs, both on an individual basis or on a class basis. Video instruction is also available on the library’s website.
Your physical and emotional health are important to your overall success in and out of the classroom.
Bridgewater offers confidential medical and counseling services to all students, delivered by compassionate professionals. We help students maintain healthy lives through education and preventative care initiatives.
Choose the living arrangement that’s best for you. We offer coed, single-gender or honors housing. We have residence halls and apartments. Each has a distinct character and atmosphere. You may want to try a different option each year.
A healthy lifestyle is an important part of your personal development. Start working out. Try a fitness class. Go hiking, rock climbing or mountain biking at a nearby national park. Explore history during a day trip to a Civil War battlefield, at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello or at the Frontier Culture Museum. There’s so much you can do.
College is more than classes and group study sessions. It’s the perfect time to try something new. Sing in a choir. Plan events with Eagle Productions. Discover other cultures in the International Club. Build a house with Habitat for Humanity.