What is Peninsula College’s AA Bridge Program?
- It is an Associate of Arts degree inclusive of Native Perspectives. Students complete unique set of courses particularly relevant to tribal communities.
- It prepares students for the Evergreen State College’s Reservation-Based Bachelor of Arts degree, and it can also be transferred to other colleges and universities.
Who can join the AA Bridge?
Tribal community members or employees and individuals with strong ties to tribal communities.
How do students complete their AA Bridge degree?
- Face-to-face classes at Peninsula College
- Online classes with other AA Bridge students
- Saturday classes and seminars at The Evergreen State College in Olympia
Why the AA Bridge program?
- Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Indians of North America, and American Government inclusive of Native perspectives
- Special Saturday seminars to understand and analyze real-life Native issues
- Films, special speakers, and other interactive learning experiences
What other benefits does the AA Bridge program offer?
- Weekly study group with other AA Bridge Students
- Special tutoring support
- Comprehensive advising to keep you on track
- In the Saturday seminars, meet and learn with classmates from various tribes across Western Washington. Transportation available through Lower Elwha Klallam tribe.
How can I find out more?
- Contact Diversity@pencol.edu for an advising appointment
- Or contact Evergreen directly: firstname.lastname@example.org | (360) 867-6286