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Campus Tour

Visit Us!

There is no better way to learn about ϲʹ and all that makes it the right choice for you than by visiting our beautiful campus.

Cooper and Tanasia are ready to show you why it’s great to be a Bear!

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Why should you come see us in person?

  • It’s a chance to be on campus and immerse yourself in the experience of what it’s like to be a Bridgewater student.
     
  • ۴dz’l hear about college life directly from a current student, your tour guide.
     
  • ۴dz’l see our classrooms, dining halls, and a first-year residence hall room.
     
  • You can ask about ϲʹ events and how to get involved on campus.
     
  • A ϲʹ tour gives you access to students, admissions staff, financial aid and other campus resources.

Join us for a student-guided tour, Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. or 3 p.m. The duration of the tour is about 90 minutes, spanning over 1.7 miles. You will have the opportunity to enter various academic buildings, as well as a residence hall with a model room.

Undergraduate information sessions and tours, offered weekly on Friday mornings at 10 a.m. include a 30-minute information session presented by the Associate Dean of Admissions, followed by a 90-minute walking tour of campus with a student tour guide. The information session will provide insight on how ϲʹ delivers an exceptional value as well as the admission application and review process.

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Twilight Tours

Join us for an evening tour of campus. Campus walking tours are led by our student tour guides and give visitors an opportunity to see our entire campus and hear about ϲʹ from a student's perspective. A tour takes approximately 90 minutes and will depart from the Welcome Center, 45 Plymouth Street.



We offer 90-minute student-guided tours on select Saturdays throughout the fall and spring semesters. These tours begin at 10 a.m. We also continue to provide tours on the majority of holidays throughout the academic year, times vary depending on the holiday.

We welcome requests for group visits of 10 or more students that are arranged by school counselors, community-based organizations, or college access/readiness programs. If you have less than 10 students, we ask that you register each student under a regular campus tour, instead of a group visit.

Group visits feature a 90-minute student-guided walking tour of campus that can be tailored to showcase the interests of the visiting students. We can also enhance your itinerary by arranging for an information session from admissions and/or a special department, and/or campus dining experience.

Once a request for a group visit is received, a representative from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will respond to confirm availability and discuss the details of your visit.

 

Visitors may be photographed or videoed for marketing purposes while on campus. If we are taking photos/videos during your visit and you don’t want to be involved, please tell our staff that you choose to opt out.

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How to Get Here

ϲʹ's main campus is located at , in the geographic heart of Southeastern Massachusetts.

Our Welcome Center is located at .

Virtual Tour

If you are eager to get a glimpse of what you will see and who you will meet when you visit, enjoy our virtual campus tour.

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Contact Us

Undergraduate Admission

Welcome Center, 45 Plymouth Street
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Bridgewater, MA 02325
United States

Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Graduate Admission

Maxwell Library, Room 019
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10 Shaw Road
Bridgewater, MA 02325
United States

Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Continuing Studies

Moakley Center, Room 211
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100 Burrill Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02325
United States

Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.