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(505) 566-3850
Room 1611

Launch Program

Summer Programs

Our Summer Bridge participants had fun learning STEM concepts through LEGO robotics. SJC AISES challenged the participants to program their robots to play golf, follow a path using the sensors, and as seen in this video - climb stairs!

Brochures & Applications

Summer Bridge Brochure
Summer Bridge Application
Summer Math Academy


The Launch Program offers two summer programs for recent high school graduates transitioning to college. For more information, contact our Transition Specialist, who designs and coordinates these programs.

Summer Bridge - May 31-June 12

With this free two-week residential program, you will earn 3 college credits and gain essential skills for transition to college, college success, and career goal attainment. Your dormitory room and two meals per day are included.

Activities include:

  • Orientation to college
  • Outdoor learning experiences
  • Family participation
  • Career exploration
  • Native culture connections

To be eligible, you must be a recent high school or GED graduate at least 18 years of age.

Summer Math Academy - May-June

Fast-Track Your Math in 5 Weeks*
For MATH 095, 096, or 115 Students

Free Tuition with Approved Application!

Morning or Afternoon Sessions

  • MATH 080-001: May 18-June18 Mornings – 8:00 - 11:45 Mon-Fri
  • MATH 080-002: May 18-June18 Afternoons – 1:00 - 4:45 Mon-Fri

Don't like your Accuplacer Math Score?
In just 5 weeks this accelerated program can help take you from your current math course to the next level using an adaptive computer-based curriculum. When you are ready, you can take the final exam and be ready to enroll in you next math class for the fall semester.

To Do:

  • Register for MATH-080 (choose your section).
  • Submit an Application to 1611-B in the Tutoring Center
  • We will contact you when you application is approved

Note: You need reliable access to the internet
in order to succeed in this program.

You will also earn 3 learning support credits, and experience accelerated learning at its best through this integrated, computer-based program with many experiential learning opportunities. Download, fill out, & print the application and return it to Ramsi Bodine in 1611B inside the Student Success Center.

For more information, contact:


This program is funded through a U.S. Department of Education TITLE III NASNTI grant of $1.9 million
over 5 years, and 100% grant funded for the first 2 years.


For more information, please call Angie Reimer at 505-566-3850. Or send an email to