Pre-Collegiate and Access Programs : EA²P Bridge Program

EA²P Bridge Program Services

Program Anticipated Schedule

  • Mandatory One Week WCSU Bridge to College Experience: August 19th – August 23rd, 2024
  • Fall 2024 Semester begins: August 27th

Classes, trips, activities, and schedules are subject to change

EA²P Bridge Services:

EA²P Bridge students receive ongoing support services and resources to help ensure their collegiate success:

  • $250 Book Voucher for Fall 2024 semester
  • Early move-in for residential students
  • Community Building
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Instructional Support
  • Student Centered Advocacy
  • Academic Workshops and Seminars
  • Access to the PCAAP Lending Library and services


In addition, all EA²P Bridge students have access to the following services and centers provided by WCSU:

  • The Tutoring Resource Center is located in the Haas Library on the 2nd floor, 203-837-9245. The Center provides students with academic support by addressing the specific content-area needs of the campus community. Students can request support with coursework, projects, discuss effective learning strategies, and deepen their connection with their academic surroundings. (
  • The Math Clinic is located in White Hall, Room 323, 203-837-9351, and Dr. Stavros Christofi is the Director. The Math Clinic is a traditional math tutoring center, where students who have done well in undergraduate level math courses serve as tutors to assist their fellow students with homework problems, projects and preparing for quizzes or exams. The Math Clinic works on a first-come, first-served, walk-in basis.(
  • The Writing Center is located on the 3rd Floor of the Haas Library, 203-837-8728. The Center provides students with professional help with their grammar, development style and organization. Writers and Tutors consult in 45-minute sessions. The Writing Center is committed to helping students become better writers, not just to foster better writing. The Center is staffed by graduated and advanced undergraduate student tutors from a variety of majors who have been identified by their professors as advanced writers. Tutors also receive ongoing training in the theory and practice of writing methods. (
  • The Ancell Learning Commons is located on Westside Campus on the 4th floor of the Robert S. Young Library, Westside Classroom Building, 203-837-8567. The Ancell Learning Commons promotes student success by delivering excellence in academic support services for students and faculty.(
  • Individual and Group Counseling Sessions are offered at the WCSU Counseling Center. The center is located on the Midtown Campus Student Center, Room 222, 203-837-8690, and provides free, confidential services to the university community. The Counseling Center provides services to help students develop their problem solving and decision-making potential. (
  • AccessAbility Services focuses on the access of the university and the ability of each student. AccessAbility is located in White Hall, Room 005, 203-837-8225. AccessAbility coordinates and provides accommodations and support services to undergraduate and graduate students with documented disabilities at WCSU. (