The Summit Program is an individualized advising and academic support program designed to help readmitted students on their path to academic success upon return to Bridgewater State University. All readmitted students or students with a GPA below 2.0 saved by the Academic Standards Committee appeal process are required to participate in the Summit Program. The program includes a Summit Orientation session, advising meetings and semester planning. Summit Orientation is designed to reacquaint students with graduation requirements and university policies, while also providing advising support for course registration.
Freshman Grade Point Recovery Program
Any freshman (student with 0-23 earned credits) who is on academic probation (cumulative GPA below 2.00) will continue to be advised in the Academic Achievement Center. Freshmen on academic probation will be required to participate in the Freshman Grade Point Recovery Program. The FGPR Program includes a mandatory group advising session and individual appointments with an assigned academic advisor and academic coach. The goal of the FGPR Program is to provide an academic support system for students that will enable them to achieve good academic standing (a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher).