At Bryant University, students reach higher and achieve more.
Bryant’s career-focused curriculum at the intersection of business, STEM fields, and the liberal arts allows them to choose their own path and prepares them for professional success and personal fulfillment. A student-centered campus community provides nationally ranked academic programs integrated with a vibrant student life experience and competitive NCAA DI athletics in an energizing atmosphere of purpose.
Bryant students are empowered with real-world ready skills in high demand and are prepared to make a difference. The University’s return on educational investment is among the top 1% in the nation. Ninety-nine percent of Bryant’s Class of 2021 was employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation and their median starting salary was $64,000.
A supportive campus culture and focus on individual attention is at the heart of everything at Bryant. Classes are kept small; there are no large lecture halls. The University’s faculty of experts and scholars also act as guides and mentors both in class and beyond, ensuring their students reach their fullest potential.
Our graduates thrive—no matter the location, organization, or field they choose. Group projects, academic competitions, business simulations, and internships are just a few of the ways they develop highly marketable skills and prepare for their future.
A 24/7 learning environment and wide variety of co-curricular experiences aid Bryant students in discovering their passion and accelerates their personal and professional growth. More than 100 student organizations help classmates form lifelong bonds and enhance their ability to lead. Twenty-five Division I varsity sports teams bring the community together throughout the school year.
The University’s Amica Center for Career Education helps students develop lifelong career skills and make invaluable connections. A 50,000-member international alumni network opens the door to opportunities around the world.
Bryant University’s AACSB-accredited International Business (IB) program continues to rise in prominence, with a #18 ranking in U.S. News & World Report's 2023 College Rankings—jumping 7 places since its first time on the national list in 2020.
Ranked #7 among Regional Universities—North | U.S. News & World Report, 2022
Ranked #1 in Digital Marketing | College Factual, 2022
Ranked #6 among "Best Colleges for Business Majors" | Money 2022
Ranked among the top 1% in the US and #1 in Rhode Island for return on investment | Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce
A forward-thinking curriculum ensures that Bryant graduates will achieve success both now and in the future by anticipating the needs of industry and society. The University’s Vision 2030 strategic plan sets a trajectory for the next decade by delivering a superior educational and campus life experience, competitive athletics, and unbeatable student outcomes.
Bryant’s new School of Health and Behavioral Sciences offers a unique interdisciplinary education—integrating studies in health sciences, cognitive and behavioral sciences, data analytics, and business—that will prepare students for exceptional careers in fields including healthcare analytics, healthcare management and finance, and public and community health.
“To 'Be Bryant' means to discover your full academic and professional potential. You'll be able to engage in experiences here that allow you to shine and create your own personal success story.”
“My favorite thing about Bryant is that there are so many opportunities that exist to find what you're passionate about. All of the clubs, career development opportunities, guest speakers and workshops here show you that your possibilities are endless. “
“Bryant was the perfect fit for me. It had really strong academics, competitive athletics and a great return on investment. I trusted Bryant to lead me in the right direction and it helped me find my path.”
“I went everywhere on my college search. I've been all over the country and I've toured every single type of school—and I never found another community like Bryant's. It's really close-knit and we look out for each other.”