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    Don’t forget to submit your deposit!

    Congratulations on your acceptance to University of Bridgeport! Make sure to secure your spot at UB by submitting your tuition deposit today.

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    We’re still accepting 2023 applications.

    Secure a spot in one of our sought-after undergraduate or graduate degree programs. Thinking of transferring to UB? Transfer applications are open, too! UB is test-optional for first-year students! Submit your SAT/ACT scores… it’s up to you!

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    Earn Your Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing

    The demand for skilled and compassionate nurses is growing. Earning your BSN opens doors to a fulfilling career with a high salary potential. At UB, you will learn from expert Nursing educators who will give you the individualized attention you deserve.

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    Take a tour and explore our campus

    UB offers daily campus tours during the week and on select Saturdays throughout the year. Sign up to tour our campus, speak with our Admissions Officers, and learn why UB is the best fit for you. Some program-specific tours are also available.

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    Don’t forget to submit your FAFSA!

    Whether you’re an incoming or current student, undergraduate, or graduate student, you must submit your FAFSA every year! UB’s school code is 001416.

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Focus on What Counts.

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Prepare for an in-demand career.

As a career focused university, our 80+ programs prepare you for a successful future.

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Get the financial aid you need.

99% of UB students receive grant or scholarship aid.*

*Based on fall 2021 data.

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You’ll never feel like a number.

With our 11:1 student to faculty ratio, our uplifting, supportive culture ensures you never feel like a number.*


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#UBelong at University of Bridgeport’s Annual Drag Brunch

At UB, inclusion isn’t just a statistic. This was demonstrated with humor and bravado when the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted its third annual Drag Brunch. Aside from serving as a platform for self-expression and celebration, the Drag Brunch is an opportunity to enlighten other UB students.


New Courses Offer Career-Focused STEM Language Support

This newly approved course will familiarize students with science, technology, engineering, and business English and written communications. Course components are designed to help students develop their speaking and presentation skills so they can succeed in graduate level studies.

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UB Track and Field Races Toward the Future

Six brand new teams at University of Bridgeport are running, throwing, and leaping into the future. Eager students have joined the men’s and women’s cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field teams, all led by head coach Gregg Schmidt.

Timothy Prince: A First-Generation Student’s Journey to a Career in Higher Education

Being a first-generation student isn’t just a challenge — it’s also an exciting opportunity. As the first of his family to pursue higher education, Timothy Prince felt this excitement back when he began his UB journey in 2018.

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Non-Discrimination Statement

The University of Bridgeport is committed to preventing or eliminating all forms of discrimination in its education programs or activities in accordance with its commitment to all federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination in institutes of higher learning. The University provides equal opportunities to all students, or applicants for admission on the basis of; physical or mental disability (including perceived disability), predisposing genetic characteristics, hearing status, pregnancy, race, religion, color, sex, political affiliation, source of income, place of business, residence, creed, ethnicity, national origin (including ancestry), citizenship status, age, marital status, family responsibilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran or military status (including disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, active duty wartime or campaign badge veteran, and Armed Forces Service Medal veteran), domestic violence victim status or any other protected category under applicable local, state, or federal law, the Office of Civil Rights, the State of Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, or other human rights agencies.

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