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Pathways into Postsecondary for Students Impacted by the Pandemic

Bridge Program

The Pathways into Postsecondary for Students Impacted by the Pandemic program supports the entry into postsecondary education for students that may require additional transition aids due to educational disruptions experienced during the pandemic. This includes pathways into PSE for students that experience historical and ongoing barriers to postsecondary education. These access and pandemic recovery pathways will help students catch up on learning and transition successfully into postsecondary education.


  • Entering a post-secondary program this fall

Note: space is limited to 25 participants.

Date & Time

Dates: July 3 to August 18
Delivery Mode: Hybrid
Tuesdays: 12:35-3:15 p.m. at the North Campus
Thursday: 12:35-3:15 p.m. Online


There are no up-front costs for this program. Course fees will be part of fall tuition.


The success of the bridge program will be centred on:

  • Enrolling students in a 3-credit course, Positive Psychology for Academic and Career Success so that students can begin their studies in the summer, transition into their programs of choice and, as a result of taking this course, have a reduced course load in their first semester
  • Offering learners access to holistic services and support, through a student development lens, to support their transition into college and their program of choice.

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Funding is provided by the Ontario Council of Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT).

For more information and to register, please contact Farrah Aslam.