MVC Summer Bridge
The Moreno Valley College Summer Bridge Program is designed to increase students' academic and personal success through a structured environment.
The MVC Summer Bridge Program is for every student who wants to jump-start their academic success, awareness of college resources and personal factors that contribute to success. Bridge students might form lasting friendships, similar educational goals, interests, and are from Moreno Valley and Val Verde Unified School Districts. You might find our program to be the "bridge" you needed to cross over your obstacles to success.
MVC Summer Bridge Program Information and Enrollment:
MVC's Summer bridge program is for recent high school graduates entering Moreno Valley College straight from Moreno Valley and Val Verde Unified School Districts. Students will take a guidance success class that prepare them for college-level coursework and will begin earning early college credit. Summer Bridge will start on Monday, June 19 and end on Thursday, July 27, 2017, Monday through Thursday from 8 am to 3 pm. During those times students will take their guidance course, participate in fun activities, and attend an English and/or math workshop as determined by the program. The English and math workshops may result in improving your course placement (English or math) by one level, save you money and time at Moreno Valley College. Joining the First Year Experience is easy.
Follow these steps:
- Apply to MVC for the 2017 summer term
- Complete Orientation, Assessment, and Counseling (OAC)
- Apply for MVC Summer Bridge (application below).
- 2017 priority deadline: Monday, May 1
- Apply for Financial Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov. MVC's school code is 041735.
Complete the steps above so you won't miss out on this special program. Check your email for your invitation and confirmation to our program (after May 1). Your next step will be to attend a Student/Parent MVC Summer Bridge Orientation. Space is limited!
By applying today, you will add yourself to the list of potential Summer Bridge participants:
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