Summer Programs Offer Best of Nation’s Capital
Washington Adventist University will offer two summer programs in 2012, both of which are designed to enhance student success and highlight the richness of Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area arts and humanities offerings.
These programs are:
What Is the Bridge Program?
The Bridge Program is year- long academic venture aimed at giving students a head start in their college experience and providing support throughout their freshman year. It begins with a rigorous six week academic session that will run from July 15 – August 24, 2012. This program will allow students to focus on academics, while building confidence in their ability to succeed at Washington Adventist University (WAU). Students will grow through practicing appropriate learning and study strategies, and building math and language skills. The summer program will place program participants ahead of other entering first-year students, making the transition from high school to college smoother. Students will become more familiar with the WAU campus community and build connections with faculty and staff members. In addition, students will make new friends while having fun. Bridge students will receive personal attention from the program’s staff and faculty. The program also includes an academic year plan where students receive a faculty mentor and continuing academic and social programming throughout the freshman year and any needed support in the sophomore year and beyond.
Who Should Apply for the Bridge Program?
Students who have applied and have been recommended for the Bridge Program in order to gain acceptance to WAU, and students who want to ensure that their transition from high school to college is successful. Successful completion of the Bridge Program guarantees acceptance to WAU.
How Will I Benefit From the program?
- Enrol in math, English, and study skills courses. Earn credits toward graduation.
- Learn and develop valuable study skills that will help you throughout college.
- Improve writing skills.
How Much Does the Program Cost?
The cost of the Summer Bridge Program is $2500, but students who complete the program and continue their education here at Washington Adventist University will pay only $700 to cover books, meals, and program fees. Should you choose to enrol at another academic institution for the fall semester you are responsible for the full $2500.
What Should I do to be considered for the Program?
- Apply to WAU
- Admissions will notify you if you meet the Bridge criteria.
- Fill out and submit the Bridge application by June 1st and submit a $250 Deposit. (Remaining balance of $450 is due July 15th.)
CAPITAL SUMMER PROGRAM (August 5 – Aug 24, 2012)
Washington Adventist University has been offering the Capital Summer Program to incoming freshmen for many years. This three-week intensive program, offered just before the start of the fall semester, allows motivated high school graduates and high school seniors as well as continuing college students who need general education credits the opportunity to earn three credit college credits while immersing themselves in the cultural richness of the Washington metro area. Capital Summer Program 2012 will take place August 5 to August 24.
- SOCI 105 General Sociology
- RELB 160 Jesus and the Gospels
- HIST 275 U.S. History II
Who Can Attend
- High school graduates (2012)
- Rising high school seniors (Fall 2012) with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
How to Apply for the Capital Summer Program?
High School Graduates (2012)
- Apply and be regularly accepted to Washington Adventist University
- Submit a Capital Summer Program Application and your $350 Program Fee to the Admissions Office if you are a community student. If you will be living on campus you will pay $650 to cover the program fee and meals.
Rising High School Seniors
- Submit to the Admissions Office: Capital Sumer Program Application, Letter from high school stating cumulative G.P.A or copy of transcript, and Capital Summer Program Fees.
Capital Summer Program Costs
*Students who have been accepted to WAU, paid the confirmation deposit and completed financial clearance for Fall 2012 semester by August 5, will receive a scholarship for tuition and room fees and will pay only the program fee and for meals. Students who do not wish to enroll at WAU or are still completing high school will be responsible for Tuition and Program Fee as well as room and board if living in the residence hall.
For more information about the summer programs at WAU contact the Office of Admissions at 800-835-4212 or email@example.com