Bronco Scholars

Residential Option

Group of students at Bronco Scholars ceremony holding up certificates

About Bronco Scholars Residential

In Bronco Scholars Residential, students live on campus during the 6-week summer session and take both Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (GE Area B4) and Ethnic and Women's Studies (GE Area F) courses. 

This option is available for local students or those who live out of the area and want to experience on-campus living. Residential program participants will also participate in exclusive workshops on financial literacy and receive peer mentor support. This residential option is FREE for students who commit to participation.

Residential Option Details

Program Eligibility

Bronco Scholars participation is by invitation only, and for CPP students in need of additional support in mathematics based on CSU Multiple Measures. Keep tabs on your personal and CPP email inboxes for information. 

If you are invited to participate, we strongly encourage you to join the program.

Program Dates

June 4: Bronco Scholars 101 Participation Info Session
June 20 and 21:
 Bronco Scholars Kickoff
TBA: Class Registration Deadline
June 23: Move-In
June 24-August 2: Instruction Dates
August 2: Moveout and Final Exams


This residential option is free to students who commit to participation. The program covers students' housing and meal plan costs.

Students will need to bring spending money for laundry, snacks, and other incidentals.

Watch Our 2024 Info Session 


What is the Difference between the Residential and Commuter Options?

Table Comparing Bronco Scholars Residential and Commuter

Program Feature Residential Commuter
Enroll in a 3-4 unit General Education math course (GE Area B4)
Transitional workshops (campus resources, tools, etc.) 
Embedded Math Tutors
Access to Success Coaches
Peer Mentor Support
Financial Literacy Workshops
Enroll in a 3-unit Ethnic Studies General Education course (GE Area F)
Summer Residential Housing

Summer Meals



Cost of Program

FREE Low-Cost*

*Commuter students with an Financial Aid Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of 6,000 or less receive a tuition waiver, but must cover cost of textbooks and parking permit; Students with an EFC higher than 6,000 pay a reduced tuition rate of $199/unit.