Heritage University Summer 2020 Mathematics Bridge Program

The mathematics program at Heritage University (HU) will offer the opportunity this summer for you to prepare yourself to take a college-level mathematics course during the Fall 2020 semester.

Bridge participants who successfully complete a Summer Bridge Program course module (Arithmetic/Pre-Algebra/Beginning Algebra/Intermediate Algebra) will be able to take the next appropriate course module in the HU mathematics sequence provided that the course module is taken and successfully completed during the Summer 2020 or the Fall 2020 semesters. Students who complete Arithmetic will be eligible to take Pre-algebra during the fall term, those who complete Pre-algebra will be eligible to take Beginning Algebra during the fall term, those who complete Beginning Algebra will be eligible to take Intermediate Algebra OR MATH 221 OR SOC 220, and those who complete Intermediate Algebra will be eligible to take any entry-level college mathematics course (MATH 116, 117, 135, 140, 221 OR SOC 220).

Summer Mathematics Bridge Dates

May 26, 2020 – August 24, 2020

The online homework program will be operational during this time period.


BRIDGE ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY

How attendance will be tracked will depend on when the current Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is lifted.

Attendance Requirements While/If the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order is in Place:

Online, remote participation in the online homework platform will be required. Students must log 16 hours of work each week in the online homework platform to remain in good standing. Students whose participation falls below this threshold will be given one warning before being dropped from the program.

Attendance Requirements After the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order is Lifted:

Once the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is lifted, on-campus participation in the online homework platform will be required. Students will be required to attend campus 12 hours weekly and log a minimum of 16 hours weekly in the online homework platform. Students whose participation falls below this threshold will be given one warning before being dropped from the program. On-campus hours can be logged Monday-Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. (these days & times may change depending on staffing). Work done on-campus counts towards the required 16 hours that must be invested into the online homework platform.

Students who cannot attend at this level should contact the Mathematics Department or their advisor for information regarding alternative ways to improve their fall mathematics placement.