The Summer Bridge Program is limited to a select group of students each year. Since 1975, the CSP Bridge Program has offered intensive academic preparation, highly individualized academic advising and the personal attention of faculty in an intensive, yet nurturing environment during the summer. Bridge Program students have an excellent opportunity to strengthen their academic skills, develop a peer support network and to familiarize themselves with the campus and its resources. Bridge Program students are typically enrolled in an English course, a mathematics course, a freshman seminar and receive essential instruction about the UM computing environment. These courses are credit-bearing, academically rigorous courses and become part of the student's official University of Michigan transcript. Also, Bridge Program students are assigned an academic advisor who will serve as their permanent advisor providing guidance on course selection, career planning, and progress towards fulfilling degree requirements.
Summer Term Courses
You will receive 6–9 credit hours for the classes in which you are enrolled during the Summer Half Term. Each credit will count toward the completion of your degree requirements.
For More Information
Dr. Ralph D. Story
Coordinator/2014 Summer Bridge Program (SBP)
1145 Angell Hall
The Comprehensive Studies Program
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1003