Basic Information for 2019 CCSU Summer Bridge Program participants:
Check your CCSU email regularly —more than once a day
It is the policy of CCSU to email with you only at your official CCSU email address, so you'll need to check your CCSU email and always write to us from it. Don't send CCSU faculty or staff emails from "DrakeFan76@hotmail.com"
CCSU email is the most common way for CCSU to get a hold of you—and the best way to for you to get a hold of us
- The week before the program begins we may email you with instructions on what to do before the first day, so stay tuned!
You can get free software and learn how to access your email and other software/tech on campus on this page designed to introduce new students to our resources: http://www.ccsu.edu/it/welcomestudents.html
What to Bring
- A notebook and a folder
- Pencils and a big eraser
- A basic calculator (but we will be doing most calculations without it)
- You do not need a laptop
- Plenty of paper (a notebook) and writing utensils
- A folder and/or a 3-ring binder to organize all of the handouts you will get
- You can bring a laptop if you want - your instructor will share her policies about it on the first day
- You don't need to buy any books
Where to Go
- Here's a link to our campus map
- Bring your CCSU ID with you every day
- Always arrive early. Over the summer, parking usually isn't a hassle, but there are some campus lot closures for construction, so do come early to give yourself time to park and get to where you need to be on time (this goes for the buses, too!)
Bridges MATH or Math & English
- FIRST DAY, Monday June 24 – Be on the 2nd floor of VANCE before 9 a.m.
- Every other day – Be on the 2nd floor of Willard-DiLoreto before 9 a.m.
Bridges ENGLISH ONLY
Go to the Constitution Room of Memorial Hall each day by 11:10 a.m.
Lunch is provided as part of your tuition
There will be vegetarian options available and all meals are buffet style/all you can eat
Participation in lunchtime activities is required. Even if you don't want to eat, your attendance is required in order to complete the program (whether you're in English, Math, or both)
Lunchtime activities include community building, information sharing, meeting students, faculty, and advisors, getting to know your way around campus, learning about resources, rec time in Breakers (the game room in the student center), a trip to the Planetarium, and more!
- DO NOT schedule your orientation for dates that conflict with Bridges. If your Orientation is already scheduled during the Bridges Program, please reschedule it as soon as possible. Contact the First Year Orientation Registration Hotline at 860-832-1234 to make your changes.
We hope you join us and take advantage of this special program.
Prof. Karen Santoro and the Bridges Team
Director, Summer Bridges Program