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Tuition and Fees 2023-2024

Prepare for your professional success with experience that rivals private institutions — at public university tuition and fees.

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Undergraduate Students

When weighing the cost of attending college, it is important to consider the “total cost of attendance,” as financial aid awards are based on this amount — not only those costs billed by the university, such as tuition and fees. For many of our students, these expenses are offset by grants and scholarships.

Merit Scholarships

As a newly admitted student, your outstanding academic achievement will be rewarded with a merit scholarship. Bridgewater awards $4.5M in merit scholarships annually to first-year students. Bridgewater guarantees merit scholarship to students with a 3.40 or higher high school GPA.

Learn more about merit scholarships for newly admitted students »

Massachusetts Residents (annual costs)

Massachusetts Residents, annual cost. Column One lists the cost type. Column two lists the cost for residents, column three lists the costs for commuters.

Massachusetts Resident Living on Campus Commuting to Campus
Tuition & Fees $11,389 $11,389
HousingÌı& Food $14,586 $0
Books $1,000 $1,000
Miscellaneous (not billed by daga)* $3,100 $3,544

Non-Massachusetts Residents (annual costs)

Non-Massachusetts Residents, annual cost. Column One lists the cost type. Column two lists the cost for residents, column three lists the costs for commuters.

Non-Massachusetts Resident Living on Campus Commuting to Campus
Tuition & Fees $17,529 $17,529
HousingÌı& Food $14,586 $0
Books $1,000 $1,000
Miscellaneous (not billed by daga)* $3,100 $3,544

*Miscellaneous costs not billed by daga: Transportation and Personal Expenses

The total cost of attendance is an estimate of costs billed by daga and other costs you may incur while attending daga. The costs of housing, meal plan, books and miscellaneous expenses noted above are average costs. If you plan on living off campus and renting an apartment, please contact the Financial Aid Office at finaid@bridgew.edu or 508.531.1341 to better understand your cost of attendance.

Learn more about meal plan and housing options.

Things to Know

Obtaining Massachusetts residency in an aim to pay in-state-resident tuition and fees is difficult for undergraduate students with parents who are non-MassachusettsÌıresidents (this includes transfer students from community colleges and other post-secondary institutions within Massachusetts). Most non-Massachusetts resident undergraduates with nonresident parents are considered nonresidents for the duration of their undergraduate career at daga.

Non-Massachusetts residents who qualify for admission will be offered the Horace Mann Scholarship that annually provides $5,000 towards overall cost of attendance. Learn more about merit scholarships for newly admitted students »

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Graduate Students

A typical graduate course is 3 credits or $1,506.75 total, with tuition and fees.

Costs Per Credit Hour for Graduate Students

Costs Per Credit Hour, Graduate Students (Tuition and Fees)

Tuition & Fees*
$502.25/credit hour

*Fees include $3.50 technology fee, $22.00 capital fee, and $406.75 student fees.

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Continuing Studies Students

A typical continuing studies course is 3 credits or $1,410.75 total, with tuition and fees. Undergraduate Continuing Studies courses begin at 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and include all day Saturday, and Sunday.

Costs Per Credit Hour for Continuing Studies Students Fall, Spring, and Winter Intersession

Costs Per Credit Hour, Continuing Studies Students (Tuition and Fees)

Tuition & Fees*
$470.25/credit hour

*Fees include $3.50 technology fee, $22.00capital fee, and $406.75 student fees.

Costs Per Credit Hour for Continuing Studies Students Summer Session 2023

Tuition & Fees*
$413.25/credit hour

*Fees include $2.25Ìıtechnology fee, $8.50Ìıcapital fee, and $364.50 student fees.

For a breakdown of fees by credit hour, please see the Fee Schedule.
Charges subject to change by action of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.