Bay Path University, located in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, is empowering women to seize the day, to become better leaders, to pursue their passions, and to develop their distinctive talents.
“I was attracted most by the amount of resources Bay Path offers to students. From tutoring to the Sullivan Career and Life Planning Center, I was very confident in coming to Bay Path because I felt I was going to be provided with essential tools to succeed, great networking opportunities, and a reliable support system.”
— Maryanisa, Psychology & Marketing Double Major
Areas of Study
• Applied Computer Science
• Biology Secondary Education
• Business Administration
• Child Psychology
• Computer Science
• Computer Security
• Criminal Justice
• Digital Forensics
• Early Childhood Education
• Education Studies
• Elementary Education
• Forensic Psychology
• Forensic Science
• Forensic Studies
• Health & Human Services
• Information Assurance
• Interdisciplinary Studies
• Interior Design: Residential & Commercial
• Legal Studies
• Liberal Studies
• Medical Science
• Pre-occupational Therapy Studies
• Professional Writing
• Small Business Development
100% of students complete an internship, field work, or practicum experience.
80% of our classes have fewer than 20 students.
30+ areas of study
NCAA Division III Athletics
A four-year women’s university, Bay Path is a small, supportive community that empowers you to take ownership of your life by offering:
• Highly relevant majors and minors that give you practical knowledge, a global viewpoint, and the ability to connect classroom learning with real-world issues and challenges
• A team of advisors providing you an abundance of support to develop your personalized educational and career pathway
• Leadership opportunities that focus on your strengths, encouraging you to find your voice and act on your convictions
• Real-world experience and career counseling that gives you a distinct advantage for getting into graduate school or landing that rewarding first job
It starts here
We recognize that we live in a constantly changing world with challenges unique to our times. Your educational experience has to respond to the changes in our world and prepare you to face any situation—professionally and personally. At Bay Path University, our commitment is to educate you as a whole student. This is done by integrating a solid academic experience that emphasizes ethical behavior, global citizenship, an appreciation of health and wellness, a firm grounding in financial literacy, and the importance of civic engagement.
Affordable private education
Bay Path provides a comprehensive program of need- and merit-based financial aid in the form of federal-, state-, and College-based assistance. Bay Path works for you—more than 96% of students who apply receive some form of financial aid. You may qualify for a merit scholarship worth up to $21,500 a year.
Education that matters
Internships, practicums, live case studies, special on-site projects, and study abroad: at Bay Path, we believe opportunities like these are what provide you with practical and relevant experiences that add value to classroom learning while building your résuméand credentials. Ultimately, our goal is to enrich your education and enhance your ability to succeed in graduate school and your career.
Expand your boundaries
Bay Path believes that acquiring greater international awareness and a deeper understanding of other languages, cultures, and peoples is done by studying in a foreign country. This is key in preparing you to meet the personal and professional challenges of living and working in a global world. With our study abroad program, you can spend a semester in countries such as Australia, Italy, England, or Ireland. Bay Path also offers a domestic exchange program with Chaminade University of Honolulu and American University in our nation’s capital.
Bay Path coordinates cultural enrichment trips several times during the year as well, including trips to Boston and New York. In addition, Bay Path arranges the Capitals of the World trip during spring break, which takes students, alumni, faculty, and friends to major cities around the world, including Athens, London, Rome, and Paris.