Opening Day Schedule
Sunday, June 25, 2023 - 10am-5pm
10:00AM - 2:00PM - RAIDER, SET, GO. Ceddia Union Building (CUB)
ID PHOTOS. CUB Ground Floor
Get your ID picture taken and receive your ID here.
VEHICLE REGISTRATION. McFeeley’s Café (CUB Ground Floor)
Students who have completed the parking pass registration can pick up their parking decals at this location during move-in day. Students must register and pay by credit card online at parking.ship.edu before arriving at this location. Please bring SU ID to receive your parking pass.
FINANCIAL AID. CUB 1st floor
Speak to representatives from the Financial Aid office about your FAFSA and aid for the fall 2023 semester.
CAMPUS BOOKSTORE. CUB Ground Floor
Stop at the Campus Bookstore for your favorite Ship Apparel.
10:00AM-2:00PM BRUNCH. Reisner Dining Hall Enjoy a complimentary lunch in Reisner Dining Hall. Meal Tickets will be provided at ASP Check-in
2:00PM-2:40PM WELCOME. Luhrs Performing Arts Center (LPAC) Hear words of welcome from our university administration & ASP staff.
2:40PM-3:00PM UNDERSTANDING THE CODE. LPAC Hear from the Director, Student Conduct & Community Standards, about your rights and our policies while you’re on campus.
3:00PM-4:00PM ACADEMIC SESSION. Various locations. Students and guests will meet with faculty members and ASP mentors.
Group A – Dr. Bennett – CUB 103
Group B – Dr. Johnson – CUB 104
Group C – Prof. Knouse – CUB 105
Group D – Dr. Spencer – CUB MPR A
Group E – Dr. Harris – CUB MPR B
Group F – Dr. Marschall – CUB MPR C
Group G – Dr. Lev – CUB OT
Group H – Prof. Raudabaugh - CUB 119
5:00PM PARENTS, FAMILIES, & GUESTS DEPART, McLean Hall All families MUST leave campus by 5:00PM. All students will be required to attend dinner with their Peer Anchor.
5:00PM DINNER, Reisner Dining Hall (STUDENT ONLY) All students will join their Peer Anchor and ASP staff for dinner in Reisner Dining Hall.
Hello ASP Summer Bridge Program students and families! We are actively planning a wonderful experience for all during summer 2023! Check back periodically for updates. We are really looking forward to meeting you!
In addition to taking AEES101: Foundations for Academic Success and PSY101: General Psychology (both 3-credit courses), interacting with offices across our campus, and focusing on reading and writing skills, there will be a variety of virtual and in-person programs for you to help you get acquainted with your new Ship family, navigate campus, and make a successful transition to your first year of college.
Please expect further communication from us via email. This information will help you get ready for the summer program, complete all of your necessary steps in the admission process, navigate financial aid, and more.
In the meantime, reach out! You can call us at 717-477-1134 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you may have.
Stay connected to your email as we send more information soon. We are so excited to meet you all and are looking forward to an awesome summer program with you.
Academic Success Program (ASP)
The Academic Success Program is a great way to begin your education at Shippensburg University in a supportive environment aimed at academic excellence.
The Summer Bridge Program starts with move-in on Sunday, June 25 and runs until Friday, July 28.
Students should file their 2023-24 Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA) by December 1, 2022 to receive consideration for priority aid. Students who file by December 1st could receive more need-based aid and receive their financial aid offer sooner.
To provide access and support to under-prepared students who have the potential to succeed in higher education. ASP strives to develop and maintain a comprehensive academic co-curricular support system for the purpose of enhancing student persistence toward graduation.
It is the philosophy of the program that students who are admitted into the program have the motivation, desire and the potential to successfully complete the requirements to graduate. As a result, the program's efforts continue to be geared towards skill development and enhancement, awareness of and linkage to campus and community resources that will assist students in reaching their goals of obtaining post-secondary degrees and gainful employment.
- Provide access to higher education for students who would not be admitted to the university using regular admission criteria (grades and aptitude test scores).
- Coordinate a summer experience program designed to determine college readiness of students who do not meet regular admission criteria.
- Provide an ongoing, holistic support system that will enable ASP students to overcome academic, social, cultural, and financial barriers to be successful in college and beyond.
- Support the persistence and graduation rates of ASP students.
- Integrate the Academic Success Program into the culture of the University.