Bryn Mawr, a selective college for women with 1,350 undergraduates, is renowned for its academic excellence, diverse and close-knit community, and engagement with the world.
On an historic campus just outside of Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr students find challenging courses and research; strong bonds with faculty, students, and alumnae/i; innovative programs that connect study with action; and top-tier partnerships that expand options.
Critical, creative, and collaborative, Bryn Mawr alumnae/i are agents of change in every arena – and forever members of a community founded on respect for individuals.
A Bryn Mawr education is a global education. With students, faculty, and alumnae engaged in scholarship, research, internships, and work around the globe, Bryn Mawr provides the platforms for students to explore and make a difference both near and far.
- Bryn Mawr students live in one of the most diverse communities of any U.S. liberal arts college: 24% are international students and 32% are U.S. students of color.
- Global learning threads across our curriculum, weaving together a range of disciplinary perspectives. On average, 60% of the courses taken by Bryn Mawr students before they graduate have significant international content.
- 70% of Bryn Mawr undergraduates study abroad, most for a full semester.
- Over half the Bryn Mawr faculty teach or conduct research on global matters.