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99% of UB students receive grant or scholarship aid.*
*Based on fall 2022 data.
With our 11:1 student to faculty ratio, our uplifting, supportive culture ensures you never feel like a number.*
All the Difference: Disability Pride Month at University of Bridgeport
Every July, University of Bridgeport joins organizations across America to recognize Disability Pride Month. This month celebrates all disabilities, including physical, intellectual, psychiatric, sensory, and neurodiversity — honoring the diverse experiences and accomplishments of disabled individuals.
UB Nursing Students Get a First-Hand Look at the European Healthcare Model
During the 2023 spring semester, University of Bridgeport Nursing students traveled to Europe for a first-hand look at the European healthcare model. This trip was organized to expose UB Nursing students to global healthcare systems in our increasingly interconnected world.
Diversifying the American Dream — Why Your Voice Belongs at the Leadership Table
Throughout America, historically marginalized communities are gaining unprecedented workforce and media visibility. While this is progress worth celebrating, endless opportunities to elevate diverse voices remain.
Comprehensive Care in the Community
Lesly Valbrun, Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine and UB alumnus, found his calling as a professor and clinical care provider through UB’s post-graduate Neuromusculoskeletal Orthopedic Residency program. Still, the passion and care Dr. Valbrun brings to the clinic and to the classroom isn’t limited to the scope of chiropractic practice.
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.