Undergraduate Part-time Study at Bryant
Since 1863, Bryant has prepared its graduates for professional success. Whether you are looking to advance in your current career or begin a new one, a Bryant education can help you create your path, expand your world, and achieve your success. Most part-time students are non-traditional students who are generally focused on work and/or family and who wish to pursue their education on a part-time basis.
The rigorous curriculum at Bryant combines the best of both worlds, liberal arts and business. Our great strength in education is our attention to each individual student. You'll benefit from a multidimensional experience that combines theoretical and real-world knowledge with a global perspective, innovation and creativity, and character and leadership development. As a part-time student, you can pursue your degree at your own pace.
Students who wish to earn a Bryant bachelor's degree on a part-time basis may enroll in a maximum of three courses a semester (not to exceed 11 credit hours). You can choose among day and/or evening classes. Summer and winter session courses are also available.
All applicants for admission are required to submit the following:
- A completed application with the $50 application fee. Application fee waivers are available to candidates with financial hardship. Please discuss your situation with an admission staff member.
- Essay (Personal Statement)
- Final, official secondary school transcript or GED.
- All official college/university transcripts and a list of courses not included on transcripts that you expect to complete before the proposed date of enrollment
Please submit an application as early as possible to allow sufficient time for processing.
>>September admission: Application due Aug.15
>>January admission: Application due Dec. 15
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Information
Financial Aid / Corporate Reimbursement
A limited amount of financial aid is available for degree candidates who enroll in two or three courses (at least six credits) a semester. To be considered, Bryant requires the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Many companies reimburse employees for tuition expenses. Contact your company's education specialist or human resource representative about the educational benefits available to you.
Graduate School of Business and College of Arts and Sciences
For more information about Bryant’s graduate programs, visit the Graduate School website .