The Bridge Program allows students to begin taking their first year courses in a 5-week summer session. It also affords students the opportunity to experience life on campus while earning seven hours credit. The Bridge professors are outstanding members of the faculty and work closely with Academic Resource Center's professional staff to provide an excellent beginning to their college career. The Academic Resource Center also provides academic counseling and peer tutoring under the supervision of the professional staff. Students are admitted through the Office of Admissions.
2013 Bridge Program Key Facts
June 30 - August 2
Please note that Bridge students will participate in the University Orientation which begins Sunday, June 30. Bridge students will meet with academic counselors to register for classes during the Bridge Orientation sessions on Sunday.
In addition to the regular Orientation sessions on Monday, July 1, Bridge students will participate in Bridge Orientation sessions.
Bridge morning classes begin
Final Exams: Last day of Bridge classes
Note: The Bridge Program ends in the afternoon after the last class. Students residing on campus must vacate the Residence Halls by Noon on Saturday, August 3.
Tuition and Fees: $2,300.00
Additional fees for students residing on campus:
Resident Fee (Double Room): $810.00
Limited Meal Plan: $350.00
Note: Bridge tuition and fees are due June 30, 2013. Students who wish to pay prior to this date may send checks to Loyola University New Orleans, Office of the Bursar, Box 78, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70118-6195. To pay by Visa or MasterCard, call the Office of the Bursar at (504) 865-2388.
According to federal law, students may not register without evidence of certain innoculations. Please send the Proof of Immunization Compliance form directly to the Student Health Services at Box 179, Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA, 70118. The form is sent to Bridge students in their initial admission packet.
All classes meet Monday through Friday. Tutoring is also available Monday through Friday.
Most classes meet during the morning and early afternoon. The earliest classes begin around 9:00 a.m. and the last classes end at 3:30 p.m.
Bridge students earn six credit hours for two core Common Curriculum courses and one credit hour for a college-level study strategies course called Protocols of Learning.