Bridge Class Information

Bridge Class Information

  • If you are successful in English, math and College Success, earning a “C” or higher in each course, you will be moved to full admission status.
  • If you do not earn a “C” in each course during Bridge, you must enroll elsewhere and earn 24 credit hours from an accredited institution to re-apply to AUM. The courses completed elsewhere must include one college-level English course and one college-level math course.
  • Bridge students can enroll in College Success, Math, English and/or Wellness up to 13 credit hours. In order to focus on success in these subjects, Bridge students are not allowed to take additional courses during their Bridge semester.
  • If you are eligible for the Summer Bridge Program, you are enrolled in two courses to include UNIV 1004 and Math.
  • If you are eligible for the Fall or Spring Bridge Program, you have the option of being a Full-Time Student: UNIV 1004, English, and Math or a Part-Time Student: UNIV 1004, English or Math.
  • While there are no scholarships for the Bridge Program, students may apply for financial aid through the traditional FAFSA processes. More information regarding the FAFSA may be found on the web at:  http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ or call the AUM Financial Aid Office at (334) 244-3571.

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