Bryant University

BRYANT'S STUDENT LIFE EXPANDS YOUR WORLD

Our beautiful, growing campus gives Bryant a strong sense of place, but it’s our inspiring, collegial community that makes a difference, whether we’re gathering on campus to marvel at an eclipse, lending a hand during Move-In Weekend, renewing old friendships, or creating new ones.

Scholarship
 
Bryant University 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917, USA
Focus on Scholarships All new students are considered for academic scholarships at Bryant as part of the admission application process. You do not need to apply for financial aid to be considered. Scholarships range from $5,000 to $30,000 per year. First-Time Freshman Academic Scholarships Bryant University offers a range of scholarships to outstanding applicants. We take into consideration your high school grade point average, SAT performance (if you submitted), high school class rank, your leadership and participation, etc. Scholarships are renewable for up to four consecutive years (eight semesters) of full-time undergraduate study at Bryant, as long as you maintain academic requirements. Academic scholarships are awarded at the time of admission. SPECIAL PROGRAMS Athletic Scholarships : For further information, contact the Department of Athletics at (401) 232-6070. Family Discount : When two or more siblings from the same family are...
May 12, 2021
College/University
 
Bryant University 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917, USA
We understand that the dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic have made this a difficult year for high school students navigating the college search process. Here at Bryant, we offer an education—and an admission process—that's focused on the whole person. We know that sometimes test results may not be an accurate indicator of an applicant's overall ability to succeed in college. That’s why we have a test-optional admission policy. This alternative allows us to consider your strengths that may be demonstrated in areas other than your ACT or SAT score. TEST-OPTIONAL POLICY If you feel your SAT or ACT scores aren't an accurate reflection of your abilities, or you have been impacted by the disruption of test administrations for the SAT and the ACT, you can choose not to submit them. Instead, you'll answer a short essay question. To assist you in making an informed decision, we have placed the essay prompt below. It will also appear on the Bryant...
May 12, 2021
College/University
 
Bryant University 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917, USA
We understand that the dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic have made this a difficult year for high school students navigating the college search process. Here at Bryant, we offer an education—and an admission process—that's focused on the whole person. We know that sometimes test results may not be an accurate indicator of an applicant's overall ability to succeed in college. That’s why we have a test-optional admission policy. This alternative allows us to consider your strengths that may be demonstrated in areas other than your ACT or SAT score. TEST-OPTIONAL POLICY If you feel your SAT or ACT scores aren't an accurate reflection of your abilities, or you have been impacted by the disruption of test administrations for the SAT and the ACT, you can choose not to submit them. Instead, you'll answer a short essay question. To assist you in making an informed decision, we have placed the essay prompt below. It will also appear on the Bryant...
May 11, 2021