Bay Path College

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588 Longmeadow Street
Longmeadow, MA 01106

You Matter at Bay Path College! Bay Path College, a private, four-year, women’s college in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, is a dynamic community of faculty, administrators, and staff dedicated to helping you achieve your potential for personal growth, academic success, and career development. In a rapidly changing economy and society, we understand the importance of preparing you for the future. Our academic and co-curricular offerings reflect our commitment to providing you with these competitive advantages.Since 1897, Bay Path has been known for developing academic programs that respond to the needs of our students and the changing workplace. Today, the College is an institution ranked in the top tier by U.S.News & World Report. More than 2,000 students are enrolled at Bay Path’s Longmeadow, Mass. campus and satellite campuses in Central Massachusetts and Greater Boston. The College offers undergraduate degrees for women; graduate degrees for men and women; and Bay Path Online, the College’s distance learning center offering graduate degrees and certificates. Education Matters! Bay Path’s programs provide education for emergent, vital careers through undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Learning in the classroom and learning in the real world go hand-in-hand at Bay Path. Courses are taught by faculty who are experts in their fields and prepare students for the global workforce. All undergraduates are required to perform an internship, fieldwork or practicum﾿great “real-life” experiences steering students in the right direction by building knowledge and skills and leading to job opportunities. Bay Path also offers undergraduate students, who are enrolled in particular programs, opportunities to take graduate courses during their senior year. These courses will be applied to a student’s undergraduate degree as well as the appropriate Bay Path graduate degree program (after receiving acceptance to the graduate program). Depending upon the graduate program, it may be possible to complete your master’s degree in one year, allowing you to reduce graduate school costs and increase your value in the job market. Community Matters! The College opens the door for you to explore new interests and be part of a community. From participation in student-run clubs to enrollment in courses like One America ﾿ The New South and working with the Sajuka School in The Gambia, Bay Path rounds out your college experience. By being involved in campus activities, your college years will be more rewarding as activities add a layer of connectivity that lasts beyond graduation. Affordability Matters! Bay Path’s top priority is providing an affordable, high quality education. The College’s three-part Education Stimulus Plan helps students and their families receive the best value in a college education by removing financial barriers, offering resources to ensure academic success, and providing opportunities and funding to earn a graduate degree. Bay Path ensures private, higher education remains accessible and affordable to young women regardless of their financial need. The College offers a variety of scholarships, grants, and awards specifically and proactively awarded to potential students early in the admissions process. Bay Path provides a comprehensive program of need-based and merit-based financial aid in the form of federal-, state-, and college-based assistance. Students can qualify for merit scholarships worth up to $13,000 a year as well as prestigious National Science Foundation scholarships that can provide up to $10,000 a year for four years. The average aid package for students with financial need in the Class of 2013 was $24,000. Following graduation, qualifying undergraduates will receive a $10,000 grant to be applied toward a Bay Path graduate degree.

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