FYE and Housing and Residential Communities have partnered to offer a living space for BRIDGE participants to continue building community beyond the 3-day, 2-night August program. The BRIDGE living-learning community is housed in John England Jr. Hall.

The living-learning community features include:

  • A Resident Assistant (former participant in the BRIDGE program)
  • Monthly events held in the residence hall and the Ferguson Center
  • A shared academic course, “Intro to African-American Studies”
  • A UA faculty or staff mentor
  • An upperclassman mentor in participant’s academic major or with shared interests

 

The priority deadline to reserve space in the BRIDGE living-learning community was May 1, 2020. At this time the living learning community is full. You may still apply for the BRIDGE program here. More information about UA living-learning communities can be found on the Housing and Residential Communities website.