UMSL Bridge Program “Bridge to the ACT” Summer Intensive is a week-long Summer workshop for rising seniors.

The “Bridge to the ACT” Summer Intensive provides in-depth sectional analysis and a tactical learning approach that will assist students in managing the stress associated with taking the ACT test and produce better outcomes.   Students will be equipped with exceptional test-taking strategies, ACT books and resources,  and hands-on instruction.

The Bridge Program remains committed to providing essential programming aimed at meeting the needs of our students that will assist them throughout their educational journey.  We understand that finding the right fit for college is one of the most critical decisions that you will make as a student.  In addition, your performance on college entrance exams is a major contributing factor in the college acceptance process. In light of these facts, we launched the “Bridge to the ACT” Summer Intensive as a means to support our rising seniors in their college entrance exam preparations.

The two sessions of this week-long workshop will provide in-depth sectional analysis and a tactical learning approach that will help to manage the stress associated with taking the ACT test and produce better outcomes.   By the end of this course, you will be equipped with exceptional test-taking strategies that will result in increased levels of confidence for test day! 

“Bridge to the ACT” participants will apply for one of two sessions:

Monday – Friday (June 8 – 12, 2020) or
Monday – Friday (June 22 – June 26, 2020) from 7:45am to 12:00pm on the UMSL Campus. Click Here to Apply

Students must complete a rigorous application with two essay prompts in addition to meeting the below criteria for the program:

  • Currently enrolled in 11th grade, in a St. Louis metropolitan area high school

  • Previously taken the ACT and able to provide an ACT Score Report

Due to the competitive nature of the ACT Intensive, interested students will complete an application with two, short-answer responses surrounding their desire to improve their ACT scores. Participants will be provided with ACT books and resources, online access to official ACT posted tests, online access to EdPuzzle, and hands-on instruction.

 

*"Bridge to the ACT" applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Once a student has submitted a full application, with essay questions and an ACT score report, they will receive notification via email regarding their admission to the program.