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Summer Academic Transition Programs

A head start to your education...

CSUB offers numerous summer programs for special populations. The following links represent the programs in place for Summer 2014.

Summer Bridge

Since 1985 the Summer Bridge Program has provided an academic head start for students in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP).  Students focus on Mathematics, English, and college survival skills in an encouraging and supportive social environment.

  • Commuter and Residential options
  • Trips and meals are included

How to apply:

  1. Apply to CSUB
  2. Apply to the EOP program
  3. Apply for financial aid (www.FAFSA.ed.gov)

CAMP

Helping migrant students transition to university life

The CAMP Summer Residential Program is designed to help incoming freshmen migrant students transition into university life. As part of the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), the Summer Residential Program consists of an intensive four-week academic program aimed at developing the skills necessary to succeed in college. 

In addition to a full academic course load, CAMP students are required to live on campus. The Residential Housing units offer students the opportunity to develop social skills by living in a tightly-integrated collegiate community. Living with other students and sharing ideas and personal philosophies provides the students with an unprecedented learning experience that enriches both their minds and social well-being.

Services Provided

  • Parent and student orientation
  • Financial aid advising
  • University academic advising
  • Tutorial services
  • Development in social and cultural activities

CAMP Summer Academic Component

Each student is required to take the following University level courses:

  • Mathematics
  • English Composition
  • Grammar
  • Succeeding in College
  • Math and English Tutoring

During the summer, students will take university-level coursework and earn university credits. By participating in the summer program, students will gain insight into the policies and academic expectations demanded of them as university students. Students become less apprehensive about interacting with university professors and administrators through day-to-day involvement with these individuals.

CAMP Residential Life Component

Each student will be given the opportunity to experience:

  • Interaction with faculty and campus administrators
  • College-life in a collegiate environment
  • Interaction with other first-time freshmen
  • Participation in social activities
  • Development of life-long friendships

CAMP collaborates with state-wide Migrant Educational Regional Directors to help all migrant students achieve their dreams of obtaining a higher education. The CAMP Summer Residential Program provides an educational opportunity that extends beyond the classroom learning environment.




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"The Summer Bridge Program gave me a head start on my college career, helping me down the path toward becoming a veterinarian' Close Quote
Dr. Hector Gonzalez, DVM
Summer Bridge 2000

EOP Office

Administration East 100
9001 Stockdale Hwy
Bakersfield, CA 93311

Phone:  661-654-2276

summerbridge@csub.edu

CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program)

Modular East 3
9001 Stockdale Hwy
Bakersfield, CA 93311

Phone: (661)654-3212

Early Start Program

Early Start Program--Admissions and Records
9001 Stockdale Hwy
Bakersfield, CA 93311