Summer Bridge Program (Reading, English, and Mathematics)
Middlesex County College offers an exciting opportunity called the Summer Bridge Program. Listed below are important details about this program that you might want to share with your family.
Students who have placed into developmental Reading, English, and Math courses may be eligible for the Summer Bridge Program based on specific College Placement Test scores which are listed below.
Students attending New Student Orientation between March and August will be able to register, if eligible, for a one-week summer course. If successful, it will replace the traditional 14 week course in the Fall semester. The cost of a Summer Bridge course for an in-county resident is approximately $152.50 (not including textbooks). Think of the time and money that you can be saving!
Remember. if you register for a Summer Bridge course, please be aware of your family responsibilities, job requirements, and/or vacation plans. While this is a terrific opportunity to complete developmental work in a shorter time span, you might jeopardize the successful completion of your Summer Bridge course(s), because attendance is required for every class session.
To determine your eligibility, look at your College Placement Test scores and compare them to the scores listed below. (You can view your scores in CampusCruiser under the WebAdvisor tab.)
Students who placed in Reading 009 with a Reading score of 56-60 are eligible for the Summer Reading 009 Bridge.
Students who placed in Reading 011 with a Reading score of 78-83 are eligible for the Summer Reading 011 Bridge.
Students who placed in English 010 with an Essay score of 5 are eligible for the Summer English 010 Bridge.
Students who placed in Mathematics 010 with an Arithmetic score of 40-72 are eligible for the Summer MAT 010 Bridge.
Students who placed in Mathematics 013 with an Algebra score of 56-75 or an Arithmetic score of 73 or higher are eligible for the Summer MAT 013 Bridge.
If interested and eligible, we will be happy to answer any questions about the Summer Bridge Program at New Student Orientation.