Bridgewater State University is recognized as the regions' leader in the application of technology in higher education. Our focus is to make technology an integral component of the student experience at Bridgewater and to enhance learning both in and out of the classroom.
We've built a first-class Web site, state-of -the-art campus network, and campus-wide wireless coverage.
The Moakley Center, one of New England's premier educational computing facilities, opened in 1995. The Center is a technology-integrated, 50,000-square-foot learning venue. Just inside, a 213-seat amphitheater features a full complement of the latest presentation technologies.
Also here are computing labs (PCs and Macintoshes) for students and researchers, television/video production facilities for digital editing and complete teleconference capabilities, and multi-media training rooms.
The center provides assistance to businesses in the Commonwealth through training, credit and non-credit education, videoconferencing and public-private partnerships. The center is the link to the campus satellite facilities.
For more information, visit the Information Technology web site.
BSU has been nationally recognized by Yahoo and Intel for its technological capabilities.
BSU's wireless network allows internet access from anywhere on campus.
The freshmen laptop requirement ensures all undergraduate students are familiar with technology.