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Summer Bridge

What is Summer Bridge?
The Summer Bridge program at Beloit College is a fun and educational pre-college orientation program designed to provide a smooth and successful transition to college. Students live on campus, attend daily workshops, participate in cultural events, and make life-long friends.  

What do you do at Summer Bridge?                               [SB Quote]

  • Tour the campus
  • Explore the city
  • Meet key faculty and staff
  • Attend valuable workshops
  • Bond with other participants and peer mentors
  • Attend fun social and cultural enrichment events
  • Learn what SSS can do for you

What are the benefits?

  • Develop personal, academic, and social skills necessary for college success
  • Learn Beloit College standards and expectations
  • Complete assessments that will help you set and achieve your goals
  • Create a network of faculty, staff, and peer connections in a supportive environment
  • Meet your peer mentors and bond with other first-year students
  • Get a head start on learning about the campus and surrounding community
  • Enjoy social and cultural enrichment opportunities

When is it?
The week before New Student Days
Dates: August 12-17, 2014

What does it cost?
Nothing – It is FREE!

Who will be there?
Summer Bridge is for first-year students admitted to the Student Support Services program at Beloit College.

Where will I live?
You will live in the dorms at Beloit College. Traditionally, students have lived in Haven Hall and have had single rooms.

Where do I go for more information?
For additional information please contact a member of our staff at:
Phone: 608-363-2124
Email: sss@beloit.edu

 

“I am really grateful that I decided to attend Summer Bridge. . . I got a lot more than I expected! I met a variety of staff members and made a lot of great friends. (The) whole experience prepared me for my first week in college. Unlike other students, I already knew where to go.  All the activities were a lot of fun.  I highly recommend incoming students to take advantage of this amazing opportunity. Trust me, you won't regret it!”                                                                          

-- Diana P. ‘14