Bridge to Clemson

Designed for a select group of academically talented freshmen, the Bridge to Clemson University program is a distinctive academic transfer program available by invitation only. Students must first apply for freshman admission to Clemson University to receive consideration for the program. Beginning with a strong first year academic experience at Tri-County Technical College, the Bridge program includes targeted academic advising, student support services and a student life component - all of which are designed to help students succeed in meeting Bridge academic requirements and transferring to Clemson. Advisers from both institutions assist students with selecting courses that transfer to Clemson. The successful collaboration between Tri-County Technical College and Clemson University allows students to make progress in their intended Clemson major during their freshman year at TCTC while preparing to enroll at Clemson beginning their sophomore year. The Bridge program staff at both TCTC and Clemson are committed to providing students with the educational tools and services they need to succeed.

Academic requirements
Participants enroll at TCTC for their freshman year and start their course work in the fall semester. Students are required to earn a minimum of 30 credit hours of university transfer course work and a 2.5 grade point average during their freshman year at TCTC. (Course credits and GPA must be earned after high school graduation). Students meeting Bridge requirements will be admitted to Clemson for the subsequent fall semester without being required to resubmit a Clemson admission application. Students who do not meet these requirements are encouraged to apply for admission to Clemson at a later date.

While grades earned at TCTC will not subsequently be included in a student's Clemson grade point ratio (GPR), the grades and credit hours a student earns at TCTC will count toward determining the student's eligibility for the South Carolina LIFE scholarship.

Community living
Community living is one of the most important experiences for a first-year college student. Bridge students live in four-person apartments at Highpointe of Clemson, located four miles from Tri-County and two miles from Clemson. Upper class resident assistants coordinate social and academic programs and are available to assist students throughout the year. Daily transit service is provided to Tri-County and Clemson University for students living at Highpointe when classes are in session.

Information for prospective students interested in enrolling in the Bridge to Clemson University program for the 2014 - 15 academic year:

Information for students currently enrolled in the Bridge to Clemson Program for the 2013-14 academic year:

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