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Bridge Program

Students who have been reviewed by the Admissions Committee and given provisional admittance are placed in the Bridge program. The Bridge program seeks to support incoming students to help them access and build tools that will help them find academic success.  Bridge students will be placed in one of three levels. 

Bridge one students are required to take SS101 Strategies for Success, which includes a pre-orientation class and weekly classroom meetings for one-on-one support.  Bridge one students are also required to register for EN121L Writing Skills Lab. A maximum of 15 hours may be taken during the first semester.

Bridge two students are required to take SS101 Strategies for Success, pre-orientation class and are welcome to continue in the weekly classroom meetings for one-on-one support.  Bridge two students are also required to register for EN121L Writing Skills Lab. A maximum of 15 hours may be taken during the first semester.

Bridge three students are encouraged to take SS101 Strategies for Success, which includes a pre-orientation class and weekly classroom meetings for one-on-one support.  Bridge three students are also encouraged to register for EN121L Writing Skills Lab.  Bridge three students are advised to take 15 or fewer hours the first semester.