Free, online student resource with individualized support
With Texas College Bridge, high school juniors and seniors can take online college preparatory courses, strengthening their English and math skills prior to enrolling in college and setting them on a path to postsecondary success. Texas College Bridge courses are personalized, self-paced and teacher facilitated—allowing students to focus on skills they need and skip those they have already mastered, with teacher support along the way. Students receive additional support and resources to help them complete college transition milestones. Plus, they can earn a TSI exemption at more than 40 partnering colleges and universities across Texas.
Students: College prep personalized to you
Are you an 11th or 12th grader ready for college? Texas College Bridge is one of the most important next steps. Take personalized, self-paced college prep courses in math and English skills. Free and online, Texas College Bridge helps prepare you for college success.Learn More
Teachers: Guidance and support on a user-friendly platform
Texas College Bridge gives you full visibility into what students grasp and spotlights what they need to master. Provide feedback, review grades, and set up virtual meetings to guide and support students to success.Learn More
Districts: Consistent, flexible, online learning that’s free
Texas College Bridge strengthens the English and math skills colleges expect students to know when enrolling. It’s available to 11th and 12th grade students, and free to districts from now until June 2024.Learn More
Higher Ed: A proven online curriculum for college readiness
Texas College Bridge provides an online, self-paced curriculum that can be used to satisfy the HB5 College Preparatory Courses for English and math— reviewed to ensure they meet Texas TSI standards. Learn how to participate in the Texas College Bridge MOU.Learn More
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Texas College Bridge is designed to help students reach the required CCMR benchmark in English and math before starting college.
Both online courses begin with a knowledge inventory that starts students on a personalized study path with checks along the way.
Students can self-assess for English and math, view study options, and fill in gaps with a personalized study path.
Find advising resources and training materials so you have the information to successfully advise students.
Texas College Bridge can count toward a TSI exemption. View the colleges that participate.
“I was thrilled to see the passing rate of 76.5% for students in English and 89.1% for students in math. It is rewarding to see such high success rates in a population that is considered at-risk, academically speaking. It was nice to be part of a project that produced results to be proud of.”— Ivan Dole, Dallas College, Professor of English and Developmental English