High School Bridge Program
The High School Bridge Program at Pace University is a program that gives high school juniors and seniors, who are in good academic standing, the opportunity to take a for-credit 100-level course (one per semester, up to four classes) at Pace University from our list of approved courses (PDF). To view the current course schedule and availability, visit our Schedule Explorer.
The tuition is $150 per credit hour and courses may be taken during either the fall, spring or summer semester. SPECIAL COURSE FEES MAY APPLY. Payment for the course is due after registration is processed.
Students must submit an online application, an official high school transcript, and a letter of recommendation (PDF) from their school counselor. Applicants who are eligible for admission (must be in good academic standing with 85% or higher GPA) will be notified by the Office of Undergraduate Admission. A bill will be sent electronically after course registration.
Application materials should be forwarded to email@example.com.
Questions about our High School Bridge program? Contact Megan Mummey, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 346-1872.
Off-site High School Bridge Program
With our off site high school Bridge program, we offer high schools the ability to offer a course that is taught directly at a student’s high school. These courses are taught by a high school teacher and are overseen by Pace University faculty. Students take the same finals as Pace students.
The cost for the off-site Bridge program is $150 per credit hour. SPECIAL COURSE FEES MAY APPLY. Payment for the course is due after registration is processed.
High schools will work with a Pace faculty member to set up the Bridge course. Refer to the list below to start the process. Students are selected and recommended by the school based counselor based on the student’s academic qualifications. A contract will be required and the payment process will need to be followed as detailed within the contract/letter.