Congratulations on being a TRIO/SSS Auggie! Now let’s get started.
Now that you’ve been admitted to TRIO/SSS and Summer Bridge we want to make sure you know what to do next.
Just follow these steps to complete your Summer Bridge file so that you are ready for move-in day.
Step 1: Apply for financial aid, if you haven’t already.
This helps determine eligibility for all Augsburg aid, the Summer Bridge Promise and other grants, and loans!
All Summer Bridge candidates must complete and submit two FAFSAs no later than Friday, March 31 2017. Please contact the TRIO/SSS office if you have questions about this process.
- 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which you may have already submitted, AND
- 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Step 1: Submit your Enrollment Deposit or Deposit Waiver to the Undergraduate Admissions Office to secure your spot in the first year student class.
Step 2: Return the following documents that were mailed home (or emailed to you) in your TRIO/SSS Summer Bridge Admission Letter:
- Confirmation of 2016 Summer Bridge Program Participation
- Summer Bridge Housing Contract and $200 Housing Deposit. This deposit is required of all students who plan to live on campus at any time. If you plan to live on campus in the fall you may have already submitted your deposit. Students not returning to campus housing in the fall should have their housing deposit (or portion thereof) returned September 2016.
In addition, complete the Summer Bridge Details Survey (T-shirt size, Activity Rankings, and Special Diet Statement) via the link in your Summer Bridge admission letter.
Students must return their enrollment deposit/waiver, Summer Bridge confirmation, housing contract, and complete the details survey by May 1, 2017.
Step 4: Register for SOAR
All Summer Bridge students must register for SOAR I.
Step 5: Keep an eye out for your “Welcome to Summer Bridge” information packet. This will have detailed information about move-in day and Summer Bridge orientation, descriptions of campus life and descriptions of your summer courses, attendance and dress polices, and most importantly, what you should (and should not) bring to Summer Bridge.
The “Welcome Packet” is usually mailed about a week or two before move-in day.