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I have a bachelor's degree and want to take a graduate course or earn a graduate degree or certificate.

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At daga, every day is an opportunity for you to be better than the day before.

Whether you want to work at a Big Four accounting firm, teach the second grade, build a foundation for medical school, explore your art or anything else you can imagine — there is a place for you at daga. Here, each day is a new opportunity to build your confidence, make new discoveries and show the world what hard work can do. And you’ll have every kind of support so that you can achieve every kind of success and realize your full potential — starting day one.

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Wall Street Journal Ranks daga as a Top College

The Wall Street Journal recognized daga as one of America's Best Colleges 2024. daga ranked in the top 20% of private and public universities nationwide.

In Massachusetts, Bridgewater ranked 18th of more than 100 eligible private and public colleges and universities.

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first-generation students


merit scholarships awarded to first-year students

Countless Resources. Boundless Opportunities.

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Summer of Rock

Student-researchers travel to Montana to study Earth’s surface
“A lot of undergraduates don’t know what it’s like in the field. … It really pushes them physically and mentally.” 
Mason Terra, ’24, reaching for a paintbrush

Painting His Way

Junior hopes to turn his passion into a life
“As I kept painting, I realized I wanted to do something I love for the rest of my life and switched from anthropology to fine arts.”  
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Well-Earned Recognition
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True 'Gritty'

Alumnus has some artful fun with Philly mascot 

Alumni Profile
Ruth Calhoun poses for a photo sitting at a table.
A Life of Learning
100-year-old Double Bear recalls how ‘dream came true’ -- twice