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As a career focused university, our 80+ programs prepare you for a successful future.
99% of UB students receive grant or scholarship aid.*
*Based on fall 2021 data.
With our 11:1 student to faculty ratio, our uplifting, supportive culture ensures you never feel like a number.*
The health and safety of the University of Bridgeport 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.
Human Services Doesn’t Stop for the Summer
University of Bridgeport students do not stop serving the community when the heat rises. Summer is a generative time for our Human Services internship and practicum students. Our Human Services majors are doing great things in the greater Bridgeport area.
UB Introduces Minor in Industrial Organizational Psychology
Our growing Psychology program has added a minor in Industrial Organizational Psychology to its impressive list of options for students. Organizational Psychology as one of the biggest growth areas in the next decade and UB’s students now have more resources to enter this important field.
Why Medical Laboratory Science Might Be Right for You
Medical laboratory scientists are essential members of the healthcare team and an MLS degree offers you the opportunity to learn the knowledge and skills needed for the analysis of blood and body fluids in clinical chemistry, hematology, immunohematology (blood bank) and microbiology.
Why a Degree in Health Science Might be Right for You
A bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide career advancement opportunities to entry-level health professionals as well as to individuals seeking to enroll in graduate professional programs in the health sciences.