A Trajectory of Excellence
Bryant delivers an exceptional education for success in an age of unlimited global opportunity. The undergraduate curriculum is nationally recognized for innovation.
Vice President for Academic Affairs José-Marie Griffiths, Ph.D., says, "The First-Year Gateway is the initial component of a multi-year plan that is transforming Bryant's approach to teaching and learning."Learn More
DESIGNED FOR YOUR SUCCESS
From the very first semester, you’ll find that Bryant’s interdisciplinary studies and engaged learning are designed with your success in mind. Princeton Review notes that Bryant faculty are “good at teaching, but even better at providing real working knowledge.”
You’ll take notes from an industry expert in one class and be on site doing service learning in the next. Our world-class faculty integrate theoretical and applied concepts in a broad range of majors from accounting to sociology, all complemented by rich co-curricular opportunities.
Bryant’s student-centered learning community will inspire you to discover your passion and create your own path as you develop the knowledge, skills, credentials, and qualities of character to become an active contributor who thinks in a global context.
Whether you are an accomplished professional or just completing undergraduate studies, Bryant offers full- and part-time graduate degree programs and certificates designed to help you be in demand professionally. Learn More
Our innovative interdisciplinary programs integrate theoretical and applied concepts. Our faculty members are distinguished scholars and researchers dedicated to mentoring you to help you achieve.
Each year we devote a day to showcasing the research contributions of students and faculty. From case studies to panel discussions to poster presentations, Research and Engagement Day (REDay) features a remarkable wealth of scholarship.
applied learning, national title
Bryant students Kyle Creedon, Lauren Fayne and Jamie Pepin, coached by Lecturer Mara Derderian, won the 2014 National Financial Plan Competition sponsored by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants.
Each step, from researching and compiling the plan to presenting it to a room full of professionals, took a great deal of time, said Pepin. “I have learned so much from the experience.”
HARTFORD CASE COMPETITION
Bryant students not only think outside of the box… they challenge each other to go even further. That’s what Emily Carow ’13 said about her team’s brainstorming process that eventually led them to victory over students from Bentley University, Boston University, and the University of Connecticut at the final round of The Hartford Case Competition in March.
The team of five presented two options: a more traditional app, Bulldog Helper , offering an annuity calculator, checklist and a real-time chat, as well as an innovative gaming app dubbed Bulldog Sketch , which allows users to play Pictionary with their friends and, after each turn, a popup appears offering a prevention tip or an advertisement for the Bulldog Helper .