Summer Bridge Program
The Summer Bridge program gives you an opportunity to successfully transition from high school to college in a closed, structured, and supervised environment. The 2020 Summer Bridge session will run from June 15–July 23 at the Central, Levine, Merancas, Harper, Harris, and Cato Campuses.
Summer Bridge is a six-week program in which you are enrolled in classes based on your performance on a placement test given at Central Piedmont. The goal of this program is to make you more aware of what is expected of you in college and what will be expected of you in the real world.
Highlights and Benefits
- available at all six Central Piedmont campuses
- earn up to six hours of college credit upon successful completion of the program
- in addition to English, study skills, and math courses, participate in other activities designed to build academic skills and create a sense of community
- classes encourage creative discussion, with an expectation that diversity and the opinions of others will be respected
- get a head start on college courses
- achieve higher grade point averages
- increase your self-confidence
- meet friends and engage in social activities
Full scholarships are available if you are selected for the program. Financial advising is also available.
- must be a graduating senior
- must attend a participating CMS public or private school (PDF)
If you will be attending Central Piedmont in the fall, you will get first priority for the Summer Bridge program.
Summer Bridge courses are offered Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–1:05 p.m. You are only allowed two unexcused absences during the program. If you exceed three absences, you will be dismissed from the program.
The deadline to apply for 2020 is Friday, May 1, 2020.
You will be notified if you have been accepted in May. If accepted, you will be required to attend an orientation in May or June.
If you have any questions about the Summer Bridge program, please contact Willie Williams at 704.330.6830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.