Why Bryant University?
I was able to position myself for an international career, which is what I wanted.
Explore the world’s vibrant cultures and economies through the Sophomore International Experience.
It was the little things, that personal touch, that eventually made my decision to attend Bryant very easy.
Spend 72 hours with a faculty mentor and your IDEA project team solving real-world challenges.
Bryant has provided me with the keys to success.
Take knowledge and skills from a management course and translate them into ideas for a nonprofit.
If you’re that kind of person, we’re that kind of community.
At Bryant University, we recognize a little “bulldog” persistence helps to make a big difference in the world. Meet a few students and alumni who have what it takes:
“Never be satisfied to be an average man or woman.”
Bryant commencement address by IBM President, Thomas J. Watson Providence, RI, August 10, 1945
(Student) Life Happens
Morning yoga. Weekend Sox game. Another birthday on the floor. Someone in marketing found your notebook. Fourth-row tickets for homecoming concert. Bus trip to the Carrier Dome for March Madness. Meet you at the campus post office so that we can apply for passports. It’s your night to cook… Try not to miss a minute.
Where Business Meets Liberal Arts
Bryant embraces the combination of business and liberal arts as a road less travelled… a proven way to stronger credentials, faster promotions and lasting relevance.
Accounting supported by environmental science. Marketing plus math. Journalism paired with finance. Consider more than 100 courses of study and create your own path.
Honors trip to NYC.
Sophomore International Experience in Malasia. Internship in Boston or Washington. Becoming a Bryant student means moving into the world with a confidence that comes from plenty of real-world practice.
Bryant (Class of 2015) graduates defied a down economy — 99% secured jobs (average starting salary $55k) or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.