Summer Bridge Programs

Encouraging students to start strong, Trinity’s summer bridge programs prepare incoming first-year Tigers for academic success in their first semester and beyond.

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Academic Success Program

Designed for first-year football students, student-athletes arrive more than a week before the beginning of Football Camp to prepare for their first semester at Trinity.

Academic Success Program

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Summer Bridge FYE

Designed specifically to welcome those from first-generation and historically underrepresented populations, the Summer Bridge First Year Experience (FYE) facilitates the transition to Trinity and college-level coursework.

Summer Bridge FYE

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Summer Bridge Math

Through this online summer experience and two-week session before New Student Orientation, eligible students receive an intensive introduction to success in quantitative reasoning courses and college life in general.

Summer Bridge Math

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Sport Entrepreneurship Academy

The Sport Entrepreneurship Academy activates the entrepreneurial potential of rising high school juniors and seniors in the exciting arena of sport entrepreneurship.


Develop a Pitch

Under the guidance of award-winning Trinity faculty, design an entrepreneurial concept in the sports industry.


Meet Sport Professionals

Visit sport organizations in San Antonio and discover a real-world laboratory right outside campus.


Earn College Credit

Students receive college credit for Trinity’s award-winning ENTR 2111: Introduction to Entrepreneurship I course.

Explore the Sport Entrepreneurship Academy →


Duke TiP Summer Studies

Trinity University is home to Duke TiP’s summer studies program for rising 7th and 8th graders.

For three weeks, students take part in interactive, inquiry-based learning that challenges them to think critically about themselves and their world. Courses, led by faculty experts, are equivalent to a year of high school instruction. 

Learn more about Duke TiP →

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Upward Bound

Upward Bound provides opportunities for students to succeed in pre-college coursework in high school and ultimately in their higher education pursuits.

Upward Bound serves high school students from low-income families and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree.

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Saturday Morning Experience

Saturday Morning Experience is an enrichment program for creative young people in grades one to eight that meets from September through April.

Coordinated by Trinity graduate students in education and taught by Trinity undergraduates, the program helps young students broaden their learning experiences.

Spend your Saturdays with Trinity →

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