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School of Natural and Social Sciences

Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program

Funding for over a decade by The National Institute of Health, the program aims to increase the number of underrepresented minorities who complete an Associates degree and continue to a four-year college to study in the STEM disciplines.

Students engage in intensive research in areas such as psychology, math/computer science, chemistry, biology, and environmental science. Working in small groups, guided by faculty mentors, students spend most of their time in the lab or out in the field.

The full-time program also includes:

  • Discounted on-campus housing
  • Stipend
  • Professional development workshops
  • Social activities and field trips off campus
  • E-portfolio development

Due to the intensity of the program, students are not permitted to work during the program.



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