Join a college enrollment program for high-achieving, college-bound, first-generation high school seniors.
First, you may be wondering what exactly a first-generation college student is. First-generation means that neither of your natural or adoptive parents completed a four-year college degree.
Pre-Collegiate programs are available on all the University of Colorado campuses to high-achieving, first-generation middle school and high school students who are planning to attend college. The programs provide students with academic support and guidance for applying to college.
At CU Denver, the Center for Pre-Collegiate and Academic Outreach Programs includes four programs,
In this program, first-generation seventh and eighth graders who are planning to attend college get the guidance they need to be successful in high school.
This is where first-generation, college-bound high school students develop their academic skills for high school success and prepare for college.
Planning to attend CU Denver? If you’re a graduate of any CU Pre-Collegiate program, Summer Bridge will help you get an early start on your transition.
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