Bryant University

Smithfield, RI

Bryant University

Smithfield, RI

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For more than a century and a half, Bryant University has inspired excellence in an ever-changing world.

We empower students to ask, “Why?” “What if?” and “Why not?”—to think that anything is possible, that no idea is too big, and that unique paths often lead to the richest rewards. Our return on investment is among the top 2% in the U.S.

Attending Bryant will help you achieve more than you ever imagined. Our students benefit from a career-focused curriculum that integrates business, liberal arts, and the health sciences, which gives you an important competitive advantage.

You’ll discover how to take your talents and interests and turn them into a career you’ll love. By selecting the combination of studies that interest you most, you’ll develop sought-after skills for leadership positions in growing fields such as finance, health, marketing, accounting, and technology.

We’ve created an educational experience that combines living and learning—what you study in class will be reinforced by the activities and organizations you take part in and the conversations you have with your friends and mentors. Your professors, whose expertise is sought after around the globe, are dedicated to helping you reach your fullest potential. You’ll form lifelong bonds with your fellow students through clubs, sports, special events, and just by spending time together.

Our graduates thrive—no matter the location, organization, or field they choose. The University’s Amica Center for Career Education will help you develop career skills and make invaluable connections. A 55,000-member international alumni network will introduce you to opportunities around the world.

Bryant’s approach prepares you for both personal fulfillment and professional success. Ninety-nine percent of Bryant students are employed—or enrolled in graduate school—within six months of graduation, and their median starting salary is $60,000.


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#20 in International Business | U.S. News & World Report, 2022

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#7 among Regional Universities North | U.S. News & World Report, 2022


#1 in Digital Marketing | College Factual, 2022


#5 among Best Value Business Schools |


Among the top 100 in the U.S. and #1 in Rhode Island for return on investment | Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce


Located in Smithfield, Rhode Island, our safe, welcoming 435-acre campus is 15 minutes from Providence, one hour from Boston, and three hours from New York City.

Real-World Experience

Collaborative and experiential learning is at the center of a Bryant education. Group projects, academic competitions, business simulations, and internships are just a few of the ways you’ll develop highly marketable skills. When you graduate, you’ll be able to take charge and lead others.

Our faculty will engage you in ways that educate the whole person and inspire you to do your best. You’ll work with an industry expert in one class and gain valuable experience through a service learning project in the next. You’ll gain real-world experience and learn how to innovate—and collaborate—to understand and solve global problems.

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “Everyone at Bryant University is there to support you. None of my professors or advisors ever said, ‘This isn't something you can do.’ They said, ‘Let’s see how we can make this happen.’”

    • Leah Ryan ’21
  • “Bryant sets you up for success because you have the opportunity to make your own destiny. I was introduced to a world of possibility I never expected to have access to.”

    • Hannah Bloomwald ’21
  • “Being able to carefully choose every class at Bryant makes your learning experience unique, and I can see how every course I’ve taken is going to fit in my life when I leave school. This is a path that’s preparing me to be the person that I want.”

    • Miguelina Feris ’21
  • “At Bryant, you get really hands on. You don’t just write up a report about something—you actually get involved. You visit the facilities, get to understand the people that work there, and work with them to solve problems.”

    • Derrick Leroy Jr. ’21