About the IU Southeast Bridge-to-College Program

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Overview

The Bridge-to-College program allows high school students to receive credit toward your diploma, as well as college credit. During fall and spring semesters, IU Southeast (IUS) faculty members teach college-level Bridge-to-College courses at participating high schools; thus, only students from participating Bridge-to-College high schools are eligible for the program. Admission and registration is coordinated through the Guidance Counselors at participating high schools.

Application process

Applications are processed manually, but as a priority, prior to the fall and spring semesters, ensuring that students can begin the semester in a timely manner.

Accounts and access to Canvas

As a participating student, you can create your first computing accounts, and thus have access to Canvas, after your application is processed and you have a University ID.

ACP and Bridge-to-College

IU Southeast offers two different dual credit options:

  • ACP: IU-certified high school instructors teach courses on high school campuses. Coordinated through a single, central office for all of IU.
  • Bridge-to-College: IUS faculty teach courses on high school campuses. Coordinated through the IUS Office of Admissions.

Requirements

These programs may have different requirements, since several high schools offer both ACP and Bridge-to-College. For details, contact Bridge-to-College.

Billing

Billing varies by school; some schools pay student dual credit fees, while others bill students individually. Bills are mailed on October 19, and are due on November 10.

Note:
Bridge-to-College students on free/reduced lunch are not eligible for a fee waiver.

More information for students

More information for faculty

Class rosters

To see your official class roster, see View a roster.

Throughout the semester, the Admissions Office will verify that rosters are up-to-date.

Technical and pedagogical assistance

The Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence (ILTE) in Library 219 is available to assist with questions or issues relating to Canvas and other systems. Additionally, the ILTE can help with class development, classroom procedures, or general questions related to pedagogy, and the website contains materials related to teaching.

Send mail to seilte@ius.edu or call 812-941-2506.

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Bridge-to-College contact information

Shelia Gustafson, IUS Admissions Counselor
University Center South 102
812-941-2212
sgustaf@iu.edu

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