Wheelock College Bridge Program
Questions?Contact Julia Mears
Assistant Director of Academic Assistance
At Wheelock, we realize that college is a major investment, and we are committed to helping all of our students reach their academic, professional, and personal goals. The Wheelock College Bridge Program gives first-year students an opportunity to transition into Wheelock's community before the academic year starts. Building the foundation for success at Wheelock is the focus of Bridge, and the program is completely free.
Topics such as time management, critical reading and writing, professional communication, study skills, and college-level independence are addressed through an intensive two-week summer session, a fall-semester programming that includes workshops and one-on-one meetings with a staff member from Academic Assistance.
Planting the Seeds to College Success at Wheelock
Many first-year college students aren't fully prepared for the demands of college life because the structure of high school is so different than the structure of college. In college, there's nobody standing over you, making sure you are getting your reading done, writing your papers, working on group projects, getting to field placement on time, or even managing your social life.
Bridge helps you with this transition. It gives you a framework that will assist you with juggling your academics and extra-curricular activities while you are acclimating yourself to Wheelock's community and campus. It's an opportunity for you to work with the staff in the Office of Academic Assistance to make sure you are staying on top of your workload, and help you build the requisite skills necessary to achieve your academic and personal goals.
Bridge Program Application
Wheelock's 2015 Bridge Program will take place Sunday, August 16 at 4 p.m. through Thursday, August 27 at 4 p.m. The online application will be available in early 2015.