The Undergraduate Global Student Success Program (GSSP) is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree program. When you successfully complete the GSSP, you will move directly into the second year of your undergraduate degree program. No SAT/ACT is needed to apply.
The Graduate Global Student Success Program (GSSP) is a two-semester program designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree, but need additional academic and/or English support to gain entry to a master’s degree program.
Upon successful completion of the program, you will earn 12 credits toward your graduate degree program. No GRE/GMAT is needed to apply.
▪ You will be a university student from day one
▪ You will receive academic credit on your university transcript
▪ Additional classes and student support provided
▪ Small class sizes
▪ Flexible start dates throughout the year (January, May or August/September)
Hear from our students
- Junyoung Kim, South Korea, Undergraduate GSSP: Computer Science
“The GSSP helped me adapt to university. The professors helped me build my confidence and my American roommate helped me practice my English.”
- Leyli Jamali, Iran, Undergraduate GSSP: Bachelor’s
“The GSSP staff helped me academically and emotionally. It’s like a family away from home. The experience prepared me for the transition to the larger classroom environment.”
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