Key Academic Stats
Highest Degree Offered
Total Number of Students
Total Number of Undergrads
Non Traditional Learning
- Combined Institution Double Degree Programs
- Study Abroad
- Teacher Certification Offered
9:1US National: 21:1
Graduate in 4 Years US National: 28%
Graduate in 6 Years US National: 52%
Faculty With Terminal Degree US National: 36%
What Students Are Saying
4.88 Average Rating
I haven't taken classes here yet, but the Bowdoin B is relatively well-known.
Allyson from West Bloomfield, MI
No matter what your major you will find the classes very challenging. Both the students and professors are deep into academia and all the professors do their own research.
Samuel from South China, ME
The work is difficult, but it's a challenge you need.
Jared from South Orange, NJ
The courses at Bowdoin are challenging, but eye-opening. The professors are always willing and available to help.
Symone from Calumet City, IL
You get what you put into all classes. Studying becomes your personal incentive. A lot of learning happens outside of the classroom.
AM New York, NY
Don't go to Bowdoin if you don't expect too be seriously challenged.... Seriously... Do not do that to yourself.
Taylor from Baltimore, MD
The classes are very difficult, but manageable. The classes are generally small, which means that you have the option to be more involved. There is plenty of tutoring help if you need it. The professors are also always willing to help and are really understanding.
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