This summer bridge program + first-year experience offers incoming freshmen the opportunity to prepare for the transition to college and develop important skills for college success. It starts before the fall semester and introduces you to the college experience and strengthens your academic skills because you’ll complete a college-level one-credit course during the Institute.
Apply if you:
- have a high school GPA below a 2 .95,
- an ACT composite score of 21 or less,
- or you’re a first-generation college student
The Office of Accessibility Services’ mission is to facilitate equal access to all institutional opportunities for students who self-disclose documented disabilities and to foster a campus environment that is accessible, inclusive, and regulatorily compliant.
Students who request accommodations for disabilities must personally meet with the Coordinator of Accessibility Services to complete the process of registration. Students in the GPS programs or online courses will be able to discuss needs by telephone conversation.
On the third floor of the Thorne Library and Learning Resource Center, you’ll find a quiet, classroom-like testing environment. This can also be used for distance learning or make-up examinations, which can be administered securely according to instructor's guidelines.
MVNU’s Thorne Library isn’t just a place for books and quiet study. It’s also home to:
- Accessibility services
- Career Development
- Center for Student Success
- Motherboard Help Desk
- Test Center
- Happy Bean Coffee Shop
Also housed in the Thorne Library, the Career Development Center provides you with resources to identify a suitable major, plan your career, and obtain a job or internship. When you visit us, you’ll discover:
- Career assessments
- Career exploration resources
- Grad school info
- Job postings
- Guidance on resumes, interviewing, networking & more