Bridge to Loyola
2014-2015 Academic Year
Becoming a successful college student is not always an easy task. Greater academic competition, differences in preparation for college, and general life experiences are all elements that can affect academic performance. At Loyola University Chicago, we understand that and have developed a program specifically designed to assist students in reaching their potential as members of the Loyola community.
Bridge to Loyola is a full-year program of academic support that combines an intensive summer class, academic success workshops, specialized academic advising, seminar classes in the Fall and Spring Semesters, peer mentoring, service projects, and social activities. The program is coordinated by First and Second Year Advising and is designed to provide a supportive, individualized educational experience. This approach provides students with opportunities to strengthen their learning strategies and develop meaningful relationships with their peers, faculty, and Academic Advisors.
We welcome you to learn more about Bridge to Loyola by visiting the links on the left column of this page and below.
Summer 2014 Program Details
In May, you will receive a packet from the Bridge to Loyola program. At that time, you will receive the following forms as well as instructions about how and when to complete them.