Bridgewater State University places a strong emphasis on making financial assistance available to all who desire a quality education. We believe that no qualified student should be prevented from attending Bridgewater due to financial limitations. Therefore, all our financial aid programs are designed to help bring the cost of financing a Bridgewater education within the reach of every student
All students needing financial assistance are encouraged to apply for financial aid. Over sixty percent of the university's students receive some sort of financial assistance through financial aid programs. Financial aid packages consist of a combination of sources such as federal grants, state scholarships, university tuition reduction, loans and employment programs.
If you wish to apply for assistance programs, you must submit the The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Cost for a Bridgewater education varies depending upon factors such as in-state residency status, enrollment status, courses enrolled, and on-campus residency status View Current Tuition and Fees, You can also use the Net Price Calculator to get an estimate of what your cost may be to attend Bridgewater State University.
Last Modified: September 8, 2011