Advance into Moravian: Summer Bridge Program
Sunday, July 9—Thursday, July 27, 2023
Moravian University’s Advance into Moravian (AIM) summer bridge program provides first-year students with an “early start” to the expectations of college courses and campus life.
During this three-week residential program, students take a college course for credit and attend academic support seminars, workshops, and other activities to help with a smooth transition to Moravian in the fall.
On top of earning college credit before the fall semester starts, students selected to participate in this program can expect to receive the following benefits:
- Participate in an extended orientation to college life
- Develop a connection with staff and faculty resources on campus
- Understand what college-level courses expect, how to work with faculty, and how to be a successful student here
- Gain exceptional academic and college transition skills that will help you be successful in earning your degree
- Guidance in utilizing the electronic resources required by the university, such as: Gmail, Canvas, and AMOS
- Awareness of the university's academic policies and procedures
Moravian delivers this program to selected students at no cost because we believe in the potential for success of every student we admit and know how important this early start can be for many students.
Who Can Participate
Advance into Moravian is open to select first-year students. The Office of Admission and Academic Excellence teams identify applicants who are a great fit for Moravian University and will benefit from the added support of a summer bridge program in their transition to college. Advance into Moravian participants will be notified of their selection along with their admission to Moravian.
If there are open spaces still available in the summer bridge program ahead of the program's start, students can sign up to join with the permission of the Executive Director of the Center for Academic Excellence. You can start that process with your admission counselor. The Executive Director of the Center for Academic Excellence will determine in consultation with you, your family, and your admission counselor if Advance into Moravian is a good fit for you.