Bridgewater State University
- 4 Year
- BRIDGEWATER, MA
Bridgewater State University Reviews
Rating 3.47 out of 5 1,212 reviews
Currently, I am a freshman at BSU and so far it has been pretty good. The professors and matience crews are always very kind. However, my family and I have been struggling with the financial portion of college, as most college students do, and I have received some help from the school regarding being able to register for classes and things like that.
The university is super supportive and uplifting. The classes are amazing and the professors and advisors care a lot about their students!
I started Summer 2023 and just have a bad attitude about college it's not really this universities fault
My professors at Bridgewater State University have been very accepting and caring. I can speak very highly of them and the Psychology program here!
The students here are total AH. They barely care about you, and half of them take drugs in Shea/Durg. There are a bunch of professors that don't care about you either. And don't get me started on the administration, especially Title IX! They have not listened to me and have punished me for lies that my ex-boyfriend said to them. It's embarrassing how unsafe and unwelcome I feel, and each involved party that got me suspended owes me $500k.
I would say its a good experience they have a lot of programs to get involved in and alot of professors willing to help.
Overall at Bridgewater state university the campus is very big and spread out and has very good classroom sizes and overall very helpful advisors to help me with things I need help on. What I would like to see changed at Bridgewater state is students interacting more and there being more activity’s.
Bridgewater State University is a great place to study if you are looking for a diverse learning environment with lots of opportunities. I was happy to enroll in a college that makes me feel like I belong and that has also given me many opportunities to learn from different peoples with all sorts of different life experiences. The classroom environments are great as the instructors have a well refined grasp on what they are teaching, and I always feel welcome to ask questions, and give my own input, which overall really helps with the learning process. The only thing that would perhaps be better different, is if there was more parking space, especially closer to the west side of campus, but in the grand scheme of things this small aspect of the school is without a doubt overshadowed by all of the good that Bridgewater State University has to offer.
Bridgewater state is a good school overall. They provide a good amount of resources to students, although there could be more support financially.
I love how there’s always help when you need such as if a schedule needs changing or help with an assignment.
I like the town it's pretty minor and cozy. Food is good, and professors are always can help. I also like the student life here, due to its tiny town everyone knows each other.
Overall great school staff is always helpful reasonable tuition and lots of resources for on campus students and commuters
I feel really accepted at BSU. It's about a 20 minute walk from the two points on campus furthest from each other, so it's not so big that it feels like youre lost in a big city full of students. I really enjoy all the on campus activities that are hosted by the myriad of campus groups we have, as they make great opportunities to make new friends
I only went for the summer. I the teachers was great. I’ve learned so much in a short period of time. I learned how to write an essay,manage my time, take the train back and forth to school
Became a commuter student due to dislike of campus food and dorms on campus. Have had numerous issues with bills for semesters skyrocketing in price half way through a semester.
My overall experience at Bridgewater State University was delightful and surprisingly fulfilling. I approached my first year of college with a sense of worry. I was uncertain about making friends and navigating the expectations placed upon me. However, as I immersed myself in the university environment, I gradually discovered a welcoming community that allowed me to flourish and embrace my individuality.
I did enjoy the services that Bridgewater State offered. Their dining halls and food programs and the "self-cook" station were very good. The teachers were very understanding in times of need and when I had trouble understanding. Despite enjoying dorm life and the academics, the RA staff within my freshman dorm was not the best and it was tough to get around because there were check-ins everywhere, including a card scanner in the bathrooms.
The college is great because of how passionate every one there is to teaching and making it the best education and experience for you.
My sister and I signed up for an info session and tour, but to our surprise, both were combined into just a tour of the campus with a tour guide rattling off as much information as she remembered. The young girl was only an upcoming sophomore, so her nervousness and lack of knowledge about the school was very apparent. Although, she tried her best and did a great job making the tour as enjoyable as possible. On the other hand, I would call the actual “tour” a waste of time, because we only saw the outside of all the buildings and rarely ever went inside any. We only were able to see one freshman dorm (not in use), the walk through lobby of a building with the bookstore and a dining hall, a student/learning services center building, and the science and math building. Despite seeing the inside of those few, most of the rooms were unkept and disorganized—as there were open boxes & supplies all over the rooms and not put away. Students were friendly, but I was disappointed in the school.
I love all the classes I have taken the last two semesters and I’ve continued to take classes in the summer. I feel that I am challenged enough at Bridgewater State and that the school and social balance is great!