Each year, Nepantla accepts approximately 40 students to be part of their new cohort. Every selected student must begin with Nepantla’s Summer Bridge Program – six weeks of intensive work through which students prepare to meet the academic rigor of college, navigate the NSC campus, gain access to resources, and receive support from #TeamNepantla faculty, staff, and peers.
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Who can participate in Nepantla?
The Nepantla Program welcomes all Clark County high school seniors or graduates who will be a first-time, full-time freshman at NSC and who identify as a first generation college student to apply. Selected students must attend and participate in Nepantla’s Summer Bridge as well as Nepantla events throughout their college career at NSC. Students cannot choose to skip or miss the Summer Bridge program if they want to be a member of Nepantla.
First Generation College Student
If neither of your parents or your guardians have a bachelor’s degree from a U.S. college or university, you are a first generation college student.
How much does Nepantla’s Summer Bridge cost?
The Nepantla Program requires that each applicant complete two financial aid applications: one for the current academic year and another for the upcoming year. If there are any fees associated with tuition, Nepantla works with its selected students to make the Summer Bridge a possibility. Nepantla provides students with any necessary textbooks for the Summer Bridge.
Students will attend both classes each weekday as well as participate in success workshops, supplemental instruction, meet with their Course Assistants, and/or work on assignments. The Nepantla Program collaborates with numerous NSC departments to provide our students with opportunities to navigate college and build social networks. Each new student will be assigned a #NepantlaPeerEducator who is also part of #TeamNepantla and is an upper-level undergraduate student at NSC. Peer Educators meet with their mentees during Summer Bridge and throughout the new student’s first year at NSC.
Writing the expository essay; emphasis on revising and editing for development, coherence, style, and correctness. This course provides extra assistance in English writing skills.
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