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Jacob Schurch

Jacob Schurch '18

  • Finance
  • Information Systems and Analytics
  • Applied Analytics

Adding concentrations in Information Systems and Analytics and in Applied Analytics is preparing this finance student for a career on the cutting edge of "fintech."

Hometown: Hatfield, MA

More Than a Major

  • Research
  • Internships
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Clubs
  • Academic Organizations

Applying to Bryant

Being part of a community accelerates your success. That’s why we’re eager to answer your questions at every stage of the application process.

What's the difference between Early Decision and Early Action?

Katie McAtee

"Early Decision is binding and means that, if accepted, you’ll attend Bryant. Early Action is nonbinding. If accepted, you have until May 1 to make your decision."

Katie McAtee, Director of Applications and Communication

Financial Aid at Bryant

Nothing should stop you from getting the Bryant education you want. Our wide range of financial aid options help you plan for your current, and future, life circumstances.

I don’t think I qualify for financial aid. Should I apply anyway?

John Canning

"Yes! The FAFSA is free to submit, and there are many sources of aid available."

John Canning, Director of Financial Aid

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