Students will receive intensive instruction/accelerated remediation aligned to the content and concepts of courses Math 581*, English 501*, and English 570*. They will also be involved in a Personal Development Course (PD8*), Student Skills Workshops, and academic advising. All courses include Supplemental Instruction Leaders/student mentors. Upon successful completion of the Summer Bridge courses, students are guaranteed placement in the next courses in the Math and English sequence.
Math 581 Summer Bridge (Arithmetic Review) is a 3 unit course designed to be a review of fundamental arithmetic operation with whole numbers, decimals, fractions, ratio and proportion, and percentages.
English 571 Summer Bridge (Integrated Foundations of Reading and Composition) is a 4 unit course in which students practice in pre-collegiate reading and writing, emphasizing their interrelatedness. Includes textbook reading, literary analysis, and the writing of effective paragraphs and academic essays.
Personal Development 8 (Introduction to College): Introduction to higher education (college catalog, college terms, degree/certificate requirement, student resources, student success practices, steps to choosing a major)
Summer Bridge is free for students with a state BOGW fee waiver. Out of state students will be charged a fee.