WBIM 91.5 FM is the official radio station of Bridgewater State University. Entirely student-run, WBIM aims to provide quality radio programs to Bridgewater State University hosted entirely by Bridgewater students and alumni.
The ARPC exists as a social and cultural club to explore, understand and encourage members of the college to take part in the sub-culture of role-playing, often in the form of live-action or tabletop games. More simply put, we're the LARP and RPG club.
The African Student Association (ASA) is an organization that is open to all students regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation, that are interested in embracing and celebrating the remarkably diverse Africa and her cultures.
ALPFA's mission is to empower and develop latino men & women into leaders of character for the nation in every sector of the American and global economy.
Alpha Eta Rho is an co-ed international professional aviation fraternity. We have four purposes: -To Further the Cause of Aviation in all of its Branches. -To Instill in the Public Mind a Confidence in Aviation. -To Promote Contacts Between
Alpha Sigma Phi is not interested in only becoming the fraternity of choice, for this perspective unnecessarily narrows our recruitment efforts to those inclined to go Greek. We instead will be focused on appealing to a broader base of undergraduate men.
Alpha Sigma Tau strives to encourage the development of women as leaders and sisters. We build confidence and work towards cultivating positive relationships with those we come in contact with.
BSU AMA is a student-run professional business organization that offers students the opportunity to learn necessary skills and leadership to prepare for a future in the business world. We extend our welcome to all majors on campus.
The Bridgewater State Anime Club's objective is to view various anime as well as take part in Japanese cultural experiences in the surrounding area. Also, we host panels and screenings that provide members a deeper understanding of the anime fandom.
The Anthropology Club provides a friendly forum where BSU students with an interest in anthropology and its four sub-disciplines can meet to make friends, discuss anthropological issues, and support like-minded peers in their academic pursuits.