STEM In Action Summer Bridge Program

The STEM In Action Summer Bridge Program runs from Sunday, June 16 through Friday, July 19, 2019.

The STEM In Action Summer Bridge Program at Central State University is a five-week fast-paced and rigorous academic program for incoming Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Agriculture (STEM-Ag) freshman students who have been admitted to Central State University.

Selected students will find this program essential to their successful transition to Central State as it will prepare students for college-level academics. Courses include a mathematics class, English, Chemistry, Biology and CSU’s First Year Seminar. You will receive credit hours after completing the English course.

The Summer Bridge program cultivates a diverse community of scholars and prepares them to engage actively with and meet the challenges of a college academic environment. The program supports students by providing:

Program Features

Program Benefits

Program Eligibility

*Preference will be given to Manufacturing and Environmental Engineering Majors.

Scholarship Process & Maintenance Criteria

STEM In Action Summer Bridge Application Process

If you have received an invitation to participate in Summer Bridge 2018 and would like to apply online, click the button below.

Application form must be submitted by April 19, 2019

Submit REFUNDABLE application fee of $50. Application fee is REQUIRED before registration is complete.

Prior to participating, students must have paid the $300 University registration fee to confirm their intention to attend Central State University.

link to STEM In Action Summer Bridge Program registration page, STEM In Action Register Now!

Morakinyo A.O. Kuti, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Sponsored Programs & Research
Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30 p.m.

*Scholarship award based on $6,000 each year for two years for a total of $12,000 for combined years of attendance. The scholarship covers the cost of attendance, including tuition, housing, and meals. The scholarship funds are non-refundable. Based on a student’s status, the scholarship may cover all or part of the funds needed to attend the University.