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And this right here is our math and science building. So late. Anna Booth. After the president before last, our current president of the university friend Clark was a swell man on president before him. Wass Dana Moore, Faria Anjali What used to be called the cone it building, which, as you can see, there's a theme. The buildings are named after the former president of the university. So, um, yes, Dana, move. Faria Math and science Center. Nothing signs building, You know, whatever you wanna call it. We call it the MDMS because that's much shorter than saying, Daniel for your twenty seven times in one sentence. And yeah. So that's where all the science classes are held. Or the math classes. Okay. Yeah. So math crosses, science classes, there's some some classes from other disciplines take place in here. You gonna English class? Actually had a couple of computer science. Cost is in this building. Had biology. Botany? Well, that I have got in this building. I've had forensic geology, which is a really interesting class. Um, and there are different spaces. As you can see in that corner over there. I don't know if you could take the finger. But a CZ you can see there are right here is zooming in. There are court like spaces where you can study by yourselves with the friend group Diatta. So nothing too serious, but a great building and down here at the bottom that is our globe on. And it gives us, like, accurate weather predictions, actually, which is really cool on DH. It kind of showed you the confirmation. Well, the current confirmation, so that's really awesome Hello, guys. My name is Colleen. I'm a student at Bridgewater State University. And I'm so excited to show you my dorm. Let's get started. So here we have a common room. I'm just kind of hang out and do our homework or whatever. Plenty of seating. We brought all these pillows and decorations. The view is just kind of people walk to get to class of buildings. That building over there is actually Moakley. Andi has three separate buildings inside of it where you could possibly classes. Have a schedule with all order classes on it. Just so we know where everybody is at what time, and then we have my room. Cause it's a pretty nice size. This is how high the beds go. So, um, you can fit the dress or that comes with it and a little bit of storage underneath. But this is my side. Obviously, I have a kind of rolls gold marble theme going on here. They also give you a chair and a desk, which I kind of turned into. I make up station by self school supplies, like in the drawers and like, I have a calendar here like Just keep everything organized, and I have a roommate name's Jill. So this is her side, and then we also have two other roommates in that room. So it's technically a suite with just two Romans in it, like four people live here. So too, in this room, too, in the other room. And then the whole thing's like a sweet kind of And another interesting thing to note about Bridgewater State is that we have at this university. We have a really strong teaching program. A lot of people who come here are education majors. So if you are education Major, usually at least this is what my education friends have told me. If you are an education major, you have to double major if you're doing, like, elementary ad or secondary education, so they will have you double major, which, you know, sounds. Sounds tough, but it's doable. Um, and many people, many people graduate on time, especially if you're an education program. A lot of them graduate on time. You can actually do ah, five year track in which you'll get both your bachelors and your masters, so that's a very exciting thing. Look, no. Hey! Up there is the freshman dorm. Most people have a bear could of seven hundred students. It's too hall. Shea Hollander did call, but it's just one building, and then this is kind of the east side of campus. This is another hall, and we have the East Common campus. That's Ah has the bookstore and a place to eat over. Here's another upperclassmen dorms, and then inside of it, we have the health center. And as you keep walking, it's another upper class from dorm, and then on the lower level is a dining hall. We also have a community on campus so you can go into Boston. This is called University Park. It's the transition from East Campus Toe West campus. And this is the underpass from East Campus to West Hey, everyone. So I am standing currently in front of the welcome censor. Um, and the welcome center here at Bridgewater is the place where you go for financial aid. You go here, transfer students. Come here. Azul Seon, that last clip transfer students can come here to get more information on the school and classes. Um, you also can find, um there, there. Well, not necessarily in here, but also in the library. But there are also there's also place to take tests. So if you have a disability, or if you think that you may have a disability, let a learning disability on DH even for some physical disabilities, you can either go. I believe here or to the library, too. Get Teo have accommodations made for those things. And there are other places like I showed you Boyd in that's what's cool. Kids call it E. I showed you Boyd in and the before the last on DH. That's where actually, you will go to find the Office of Students. Excessive diversity, which is a quality office. They are very instrumental in some of the things that we've had gotten on campus you can find. Actually, our president of the university works in Boyd and whole. So that's to make it seem like this's a microcosm of the larger global world. The Boyd and Hole is our equivalent of the White House. Yeah, and so, yeah, um, you can find the officer student success in diversity, which have already said, reiterating that the president's office is in there. You can also find there are also some classrooms in Boyden Hall. Eso you can actually take. Like, I took a history class, So I did a study, uh, medieval toe early modern Africa on by When I took it, it was actually located and Boyd and homesick for, uh, great class. So if you if you come here and you want to class about Africa, take it with Dr Beckett. Healy Clancy. Because she is the bomb dot com. And this is the underpass from East Campus to West Campus. Over here on West Side is more academic buildings in housing. So we're here is the gym on that road would lead us to the library, and then up here is going to lead us to the D. M F building, which is math and science. Here we are inside the math and science building. They have a bunch of X ray printers and lab rooms. This would be a basic room for a lab. You got your long tables, movable chairs. Over here. We have a interactive earth lab. Has ah touch screaming from play with outside of the math and science building. We're heading to the library. Over. There's another freshman dorm, but it's on the west side of campus. Mostly honor students live in that one. Here is the RCC building. It's mostly offices and like direct help centers. And then we have the bears, then which is another dining hall? And over here is the main quad right in front of Boyd in. This is where the president has his office. You could even have a few classes in here. Anyone. I'm here to tell you a little bit more about Bridgewater State University. Just some basic knowledge in facts that might help you decide if this is the place for you. So Bridgewater is definitely a medium to large size school. We have about eleven thousand to twelve thousand undergraduate students, and we also have a graduate program, which can run from a couple thousand students as well. Bridgewater set in a suburban area, but the towns around us range from urban to rural. If you had a little bit north towards Boston, that's when you get kind of the urban city like sounds. And if you had down south towards the cape, that's when you get the more rural kind of fields grass farming area. So you're really in a place where you can choose where you want to go. Bridgewater is considered a community campus just because thirty percent of all our students do come you for me. I live about an hour and a half away, so I'll appear full time. I don't find it quiet or anything. Like most people are like opens a commuter campus. And there's not many people on campus during weekends. But we have so many activities all the time that you're not gonna feel alone. We have a bunch of activities ranging from a radio station, jazz band, chorus, Greek life, um, this clean. Anything you can think of. I'm actually going to talk to you about Greek life in a different video because I'm in a sorority. And it's probably the best thing I've been in college like so far as Faras campus goes our campus in the shape of a figure eight. Kind of so on one side is East campus. Near side is West Campus. These campuses, mainly housing buildings. There is one academic building that is like down the street from here, but I didn't know that it's mainly housing and a few places. West side of campus is mainly academic buildings. There are three dorms over there, and you can choose to live over there if you want to have a short walk to class. But because most of the housing is on the side of campus, people prefer to be around like all of their friends and, like everybody else lives. We have four dining halls, two on each side and two on the west side. They're all very different. Some of them have the same kind of have the same food every day. So if you're looking for something specific, you can go there. Some of them change their menus all the time, so you can try new food, whatever you want. And because we are in a suburban area, there are a lot of places off campus. You could drive TIO restaurants, fastfood chain's, whatever you want. I think the main thing that sense apartment water from every other school is how generous here we are with our financial aid. When I was touring and looking at colleges, the cost definitely was a big factory minuses. I want to make sure that I was going somewhere amazing, but also not my financial ability. You know, I didn't want to leave college with a bunch of debt that I wouldn't be ableto handle. As a young adult, I ended up double depositing to two schools because the all their college I was looking at, it was wicked expensive, and I wanted to see if I could make it work. But when it came down to it, Bridgewater really helped me made me feel comfortable knowing that I could afford the school and I could have a great time here. It's well. Massachusetts is definitely a very high education focus. State colleges here are very focused on giving me the best education possible, and I truly believe that my college is a hit job when it comes to other schools, especially Massachusetts, and I hope someday you'll feel the same Look, no. Hey! Up there is the freshman dorm. Most people have a bear could of seven hundred students. It's too hall. Shea Hollander did call, but it's just one building, and then this is kind of the east side of campus. This is another hall, and we have the East Common campus. That's Ah has the bookstore and a place to eat over. Here's another upperclassmen dorms, and then inside of it, we have the health center. And as you keep walking, it's another upper class from dorm, and then on the lower level is a dining hall. We also have a community on campus so you can go into Boston. This is called University Park. It's the transition from East Campus Toe West campus. And this is the underpass from East Campus to West So, this building right here that we're coming up on this is called RCC, as school kids call it. Or if you would like the long name. It is called the Wandering Campus Center. Um, I'm not exactly sure. Rhonda Lou Woz Luanda will not say it, but whatever. Uh, so yeah. So RCC is where there's some music classes held here. Uh, basement, actually. There, there's a room that has nothing but pianos in it. So from my artsy foreign people, that's the place for you to weigh. Also have our way center here. Um, how were some form of cultural affairs, which is a place that I frequent very often. I've made some really great friends there, and it actually made bridge will kind of feel like home. Um, so c m a definitely a good place to check out. You see, we've got our Bridgewater repair right Anyone. I'm here to tell you a little bit more about Bridgewater State University. Just some basic knowledge in facts that might help you decide if this is the place for you. So Bridgewater is definitely a medium to large size school. We have about eleven thousand to twelve thousand undergraduate students, and we also have a graduate program, which can run from a couple thousand students as well. Bridgewater set in a suburban area, but the towns around us range from urban to rural. If you had a little bit north towards Boston, that's when you get kind of the urban city like sounds. And if you had down south towards the cape, that's when you get the more rural kind of fields grass farming area. So you're really in a place where you can choose where you want to go. Bridgewater is considered a community campus just because thirty percent of all our students do come you for me. I live about an hour and a half away, so I'll appear full time. I don't find it quiet or anything. Like most people are like opens a commuter campus. And there's not many people on campus during weekends. But we have so many activities all the time that you're not gonna feel alone. We have a bunch of activities ranging from a radio station, jazz band, chorus, Greek life, um, this clean. Anything you can think of. I'm actually going to talk to you about Greek life in a different video because I'm in a sorority. And it's probably the best thing I've been in college like so far as Faras campus goes our campus in the shape of a figure eight. Kind of so on one side is East campus. Near side is West Campus. These campuses, mainly housing buildings. There is one academic building that is like down the street from here, but I didn't know that it's mainly housing and a few places. West side of campus is mainly academic buildings. There are three dorms over there, and you can choose to live over there if you want to have a short walk to class. But because most of the housing is on the side of campus, people prefer to be around like all of their friends and, like everybody else lives. We have four dining halls, two on each side and two on the west side. They're all very different. Some of them have the same kind of have the same food every day. So if you're looking for something specific, you can go there. Some of them change their menus all the time, so you can try new food, whatever you want. And because we are in a suburban area, there are a lot of places off campus. You could drive TIO restaurants, fastfood chain's, whatever you want. I think the main thing that sense apartment water from every other school is how generous here we are with our financial aid. When I was touring and looking at colleges, the cost definitely was a big factory minuses. I want to make sure that I was going somewhere amazing, but also not my financial ability. You know, I didn't want to leave college with a bunch of debt that I wouldn't be ableto handle. As a young adult, I ended up double depositing to two schools because the all their college I was looking at, it was wicked expensive, and I wanted to see if I could make it work. But when it came down to it, Bridgewater really helped me made me feel comfortable knowing that I could afford the school and I could have a great time here. It's well. Massachusetts is definitely a very high education focus. State colleges here are very focused on giving me the best education possible, and I truly believe that my college is a hit job when it comes to other schools, especially Massachusetts, and I hope someday you'll feel the same