Admitted Students Day

With the end of the spring semester fast approaching, many high school seniors are receiving their college acceptance letters. With this, Bridgewater State University is hosting an event, called “Admitted Students Day,” where we host students who have been accepted into the university.

The BSU website states, “You and your family are invited to attend one of two Admitted Student Days in April to celebrate your accomplishment and to experience for yourselves what it is like to be a BSU Bear.”

Admitted students will hear from President Fred Clark, as well as have discussions with major-specific professors. Clubs and organizations on campus will also be a topic of conversation throughout the day. During the Admitted Students day, potential BSU Bears also have the opportunity to tour the campus.

The two Admitted Students Days will be held Saturday, April 9, and Saturday, April 30, both from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m..

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