Bridges Summer Program
The Bridges Summer Program in the College of Education, Health and Human Services (EHHS) is an exciting opportunity designed to prepare incoming first-year students from historically under-represented groups for college.
Aspiring Scholars qualify to receive additional academic and social support such as access to EHHS faculty and staff, peer tutoring, peer mentoring, college success workshops, as well as an opportunity to explore social and cultural activities in the local community.
In addition to the resources highlighted above, during the Bridges Summer Program Aspiring Scholars will receive:
- Up to 7 credit hours of coursework (Free)
- Campus Housing (Free)
- Food/Meal Plan (Free)
BRIDGES to College, BRIDGES to Mentorship, BRIDGES to Graduation, BRIDGES to Success