Saturday, May 15, 2021
Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
10:00 AM - Undergraduate Ceremony
2:00 PM - Graduate Ceremony (including Health Sciences grad programs)
Teacher Certification Programs
UB provides opportunities for in-depth study of subject content, techniques, and materials appropriate to contemporary classrooms within a structured framework of field concentration and professional development.
Summer Sessions 2021
Get ahead, catch up, or explore new subjects - choose from 500+ courses in 60+ subjects designed for undergraduate and graduate students.
Residence Halls Open for Fall Semester
The University of Bridgeport plans to welcome back all residential students during Fall 2021.
Master's in Artificial Intelligence
With the first MS in Artificial Intelligence degree program in CT, UB addresses the increasing role of artificial intelligence in nearly all aspects of human life.
Reach the Next Level in Your Nursing Career
Our Online RN to BSN Completion Program is designed specifically for registered nurses seeking to advance their education.
UB's Doctor of Chiropractic program prepares students to become primary care providers capable of diagnosing and treating a diverse patient population.
Master of Public Health
In as little as 12-15 months, learn how to tackle a range of public health issues from acute and chronic illnesses to lifestyle and health behavior change.
One Remarkable University.
Education has no boundaries at the University of Bridgeport.
You are prepared to succeed in your first job and all future jobs along your ambitious career path.
We are well into the academic year at the University of Bridgeport, and the health and safety of the UB community remains our first priority. Our ability to move forward during this pandemic will require each of us, without exception — faculty, staff and students — to comply with all COVID-related health and safety rules as articulated by the Emergency Response Team.
Visit our continuously-evolving COVID-19 hub for vital information about testing, contact tracing, campus life and the University’s ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.