The American Women's College of Bay Path University

We Know Every Woman Has A Story. We Want To Help You Write Yours!

Are you one of the 77 million American women who has accomplished many things in her life yet still lacks a bachelor's degree? You are not alone. At The American Women's College of Bay Path University, we understand the complex reasons women sometimes pause their education.

If you're still seeking a way to make college work, we invite you to explore the many unique features we offer at The American Women’s College of Bay Path University!

 

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Why The American Women's College?

We do more than help women earn their college degree and expand their career options. We help women positively impact the lives of their kids and families and their communities. And when it comes to online learning, we are leading the way...

 

 

What Our Students Say

"The TAWC community has been nothing short of amazing. There is something truly empowering about working toward your goals surrounded by so many other inspiring women." 
- Kaitlin Starke-Podmore '19

"My academic journey at TAWC has assisted in returning to me qualities like resilience, strength, courage, and determination." 
- Marie Welsh '19

"TAWC is an educational experience that caters to working women and strives for excellence in doing so. The courses are the real deal--pushing you out of your comfort zone while connecting you to a network of women and professors you can learn valuable skills from, not just in your field of study, but that you can use in everyday life." 
- Sherice Rivas ’18 G’20 

About Bay Path University

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Bay Path was founded in 1897. The main campus is in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, with the Philip H. Ryan Health Science Center in East Longmeadow. Numerous undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs offered online. Our graduate and undergraduate student body consists of more than 3,100 women and men representing over 33 states.