Services & Resources
At Bryant, career planning starts as early as your freshman year with Career Planning 101, a five-session, non-credit course designed to assist students with career decisions. It’s one of the many programs available through our award-winning Amica Center for Career Education Center. The Amica Center staff can provide individual advising or self-assessment tests that help clarify career goals early on. Job shadowing, networking opportunities, guest speakers, and career-related workshops are just some of the Amica Center offerings. On-campus recruiting programs and job fairs represent a broad spectrum of industries and include Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit and government agencies, and many small- and medium-sized firms from a variety of geographic locations.
The Student Account Center is a 24/7 service offered to students and their families for viewing bills, making payments, and managing student accounts. Students may log in using their Student ID and PIN. Parents, guardians, or employers wishing to access the system require student permission via the student's authorized user process.
Bulldog Bucks are accepted like cash at the following campus locations: Salmanson Dining Hall, Café a la Cart, Bulldog Bytes Café, and South Side Deli. They can also be used for laundry, snack machines, the bookstore, post office, and photocopies. Students and parents can review balances and add money online 24/7. Funds carry over from fall to spring semester.
College is often a time of many firsts, and, while these changes are exciting, they can also be challenging and confusing. Trained professionals in the Office of Counseling Services at Bryant are available to help students cope and they can also provide referrals to other professionals.
Our Academic Success Programs are dedicated to serving the needs of students with learning disabilities and ADHD. Students who have a learning disability need to submit documentation and request academic accommodations through the Academic Center for Excellence.
The professional staff of Health Services provides on-site medical care and wellness programs to help students get healthy and stay healthy. Care is provided by a physician, nurse practitioners, and health educators Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All students registered for classes at Bryant have access to health care at Health Services, and there is no fee for services offered. (Please note: Accident and sickness insurance is required for all Bryant students.)
In the event of an emergency or if Health Services is closed, please call Bryant’s Department of Public Safety at (401) 232-6911. EMTs are on staff 24/7.
- Bryant University is committed to the spiritual development of students through non-traditional and traditional (ministry) approaches. Programs challenge students to develop as a whole person. Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish chaplains are available to students as sources of support, guidance, and spiritual development. In addition, Campus Ministry offers a number of Interfaith/Ecumenical celebrations throughout the year.
At Bryant, we are committed to helping you navigate the process of applying for and understanding the financial resources available to you. Please contact our Office of Financial Aid with questions at email@example.com or (401) 232-6020. For the upcoming academic year, Bryant will offer more than $10 million to incoming students alone in institutional grants and merit scholarships. The Net Price Calculator will provide you with an estimate based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year.
For Early Decision I applicants, enrollment deposits are due by January 11, 2013. For Early Decision II, deposits are due March 11, 2013. The deposit form is included in your child’s acceptance package, or you can deposit online .
If you are having difficulty processing your deposit, please contact the Office of Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call (401) 232-6100 or (800) 622-7001.
In the coming weeks, your son or daughter will return to campus or move in for the very first time . We want to make sure that you have all the information you will need to make your child’s arrival as easy as possible. We ask that all students and families review the list of prohibited items prior to purchasing or bringing items to campus. The list has been updated and changed; we strongly encourage upperclassmen to review the list so they are not surprised.