As a member of the vibrant Bryant community, you'll add your voice and talents to a diverse student body taking part in campus life through an array of clubs and organizations, special events, leadership programs, and community service projects.
Visit Bryant to discover our close-knit community, where more than 81% of students live on campus. The Bryant experience is 24/7 and multidimensional, integrating academics and student life. We combine the range of opportunities offered by a large university with the personal attention of a smaller school. You’ll have the resources to thrive academically and have the best four years of your life.
At Bryant, you will be able to CREATE YOUR OWN PATH. The First-Year Gateway provides the foundation for you to choose from over 100 areas of study as you select complementary business and liberal arts topics of interest. Your coursework will be integrated with co-curricular opportunities, internships, and practicum experiences to provide the real-world understanding so highly valued by employers and leading graduate schools.
For more than 150 years, the hallmark of a Bryant education is that our graduates are prepared to succeed. The Bryant experience cultivates the knowledge, skills, and qualities of character that are a prerequisite for you to ACHIEVE YOUR SUCCESS. We are proud that 98% of our 2013 graduates had jobs or were enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation, even in this difficult economy, with an average starting salary of approximately $53,000.
Bryant provides real-world learning and unparalleled opportunities to EXPAND YOUR WORLD. At a time when the world is more interconnected than ever, you’ll develop a global perspective and learn to function effectively in different countries and cultures.
PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON
Bryant’s 435-acre campus is safe and secure, yet only 12 miles from Providence and under an hour from Boston.
FOUR-YEAR CAREER PLAN
The Amica Center for Career Education supports your self-assessment and career exploration, guiding your transition from academia to the professional world.