Bridge to the Future

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Bridge to the Future Scholars Program

WHAT IS BRIDGE TO THE FUTURE (B2F)?

The Bridge to the Future (B2F) Scholars Program will support up to 25 Canoga Park High School graduating seniors with a  4-year, tuition-free CSUN education. B2F students will receive all the services and supports needed to successfully complete a bachelor's degree. CSUN is one of the most diverse campuses in the nation and is recognized as a premiere Hispanic Serving Institution. CSUN graduates go on rewarding a careers in many professions. For more information about CSUN visit: www.csun.edu/prospectivestudents.

WHAT WILL YOU RECEIVE FROM B2F?

  • Tuition-free, 4-year college enrollment at CSUN.
  • Student support for the application process.
  • Workshops on financial aid and college preparation.
  • Opportunities services and support to help you complete your bachelor's degree

The CSUN Bridge to the Future Program recognizes and acknowledges the Sesevitam, the first people of this ancestral and unceded territory of Sesevenga that is now occupied by our institution. We honor their elders, past and present, and the Sesevitam descendants who are citizens of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians. The Bridge to the Future Program recognizes that the Sesevitam are still here and we are committed to lifting up their stories, culture, and community.

BLACK LIVES MATTER SOLIDARITY STATEMENT: The CSUN Bridge to the Future Program stands in solidarity with the Black community in the struggle against systemic racism. We remember the names of those who have been murdered by the racist systems in our society. George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Eric Garner. Tamir Rice. Botham Jean. Trayvon Martin. Sandra Bland. Oscar Grant. Philando Castile. Freddie Gray. Walter Scott. Terrence Crutcher. Samuel Dubose. Michael Brown. And countless others. #BlackLivesMatter.

ABOUT CSUN

California State University, Northridge is a vibrant, diverse university community of 38,310 students and more than 4,000 faculty and staff, sited on a 356-acre campus in the heart of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley. As you explore the university's web site, you will find ample evidence of Cal State Northridge's commitment to the educational and professional goals of students, and its extensive service to the community.