The Summer Bridge program offers incoming first-year students a one-week transition to college experience. The Fall 2019 Summer Bridge program will run from August 19th to August 22nd and residential students will be able to move into their residence halls on August 18th. The Summer Bridge program is open to select incoming first-year students and space is limited so please register as soon as possible.
The Summer Bridge program offers a number of benefits:
1 free college credit toward your Fall 2019 semester
early residence hall move-in for residential students
matched with a peer mentor who will provide year-long support
build a connection to campus and develop a social network
sessions on making a successful transition into college
all of the above items are at no additional cost to the student
(Note: If you are an EOP, Say Yes, Honors, International Student, or Student Athlete student you will be unable to participate in this program due to time conflicts with these program requirements.)
Fall 2019 Summer Bridge Details:
Commuter students are encouraged to participate in the program to jump-start their connection to Buffalo State and their classmates.
Summer Bridge participants who will be living on campus will be given the opportunity to move into their residence halls early. If you have not already applied for on-campus housing by the time you are signing up for the Academy, please be sure to submit your housing application immediately.
Students who participate in the Summer Bridge Program will be matched with a Peer Mentor throughout the entire 2019-2020 school year.
There are no additional tuition, housing, or meal costs for participating in the Summer Bridge Program.
Invited students will be contacted via their Buffalo State email and must sign-up for the program by the deadline in order to participate. Space is limited so students will be enrolled in the Summer Bridge program based on the date they signed up, until the program is filled.
If you have questions about the Summer Bridge Program, please email Dr. Ashley Martin, Director of Student Achievement Programs, at email@example.com.
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