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Summer Bridge Program

infoSummer Bridge Update

May 21, 2020

Due to the current circumstances our country is facing we have decided to find alternative ways of engaging students this summer.

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About

“I gave up a trip to Mexico to participate in STP and I can say it was one of the best decisions I could have made.”
Zach
STP ’16

The Summer Bridge Program is an academic learning community held during the 8-week Summer Session that bridges the gap from High School to College. Summer Bridge Program offers the first year, first-time college students an opportunity to enroll in general education courses, participate in a residential living experience and utilize campus resources to achieve success at MU.

To receive consideration to participate in the Summer Bridge Program, students are referred by the MU Admissions Office. Students who successfully complete the 8-week experience become eligible to earn a university scholarship (if applicable).

Benefits

  • Earn credit hours toward general education requirements.
  • Receive academic tutoring and coaching to become a more effective student.
  • Attend workshops and discussions built around increasing adaptability and resilience.
  • Develop relationships with faculty and students to support students’ college careers.
  • Become familiar with campus resources and the college experience.
  • Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible for a scholarship opportunity. The scholarship is worth $2,500 for the academic year and is renewable for the three additional years.

Informational Sessions

Informational sessions for the 2020 Summer Bridge Program will be held in the spring semester on the following dates:

  • Saturday, March 7, 2020
  • Saturday, April 11, 2020

Students may attend on either of these dates.  The informational will be held in Columbia on the University of Missouri campus.

Summer Bridge Program Informational Form

Contact

For more information or questions regarding the summer transition program, please contact:

Justin Light

Email: LightJR@missouri.edu

Phone: (573) 882-9156