Our goal is to help our scholars excel through providing opportunities to enhance academic and professional success, sense of belonging, engagement with faculty, overall wellness, and community citizenship and leadership. One way we help our scholars accomplish their goals is by providing unique scholarships to help them gain critical experiential opportunities like studying abroad, obtaining internships, and much more.
Scholars that have successfully completed their first year of Bridge Scholars PLUS are eligible to apply for two scholarships thanks to the support of our generous donors. Read below to learn more about each scholarship and what is needed to apply.
$1,000 Scholarship Voucher
The Bridge Scholars PLUS $1,000 scholarship voucher is a unique opportunity for BSP scholars to use once throughout their academic career.
Admitted BSP scholar
Registered for the BSP fall and winter sessions of CSP 101
Received a passing grade in the BSP fall and winter sessions of CSP 101
If you would like to apply for this scholarship opportunity please send an email to email@example.com that contains the following information:
First & Last Name
BSP Entry Year
Available Dates & Times To Connect With A Bridge Programs Staff Member
What You Are Requesting To Use the Scholarship On
Second Summer Scholarship
Active members of Bridge Scholars PLUS have the opportunity to apply for scholarship funding to assist with an experiential learning program during the spring and summer terms. Scholarships can only be applied to University of Michigan programs like GIEU, GCC, Camp Davis, Semester in Detroit, and New England Literature Program to name a few.
Scholars that apply for the scholarship are eligible to receive up to $4,000 in funding. Awarded scholarship funds are based on the individual needs of selected scholars, additional sources of funding, and a variety of other criteria.
Suggested Deadlines By Program
GIEU - January 20 @ 11:59 p.m.
GCC - January 25 @ 11:59 p.m.
Other - February 12 @ 11:59 p.m.
The application has closed for the 2017-2018 academic year.