The purpose of the Woodbridge Promise College Prep Program is to allow eligible students to:
- Establish credit and proficiency in mathematics, reading and English beyond the developmental level before starting postsecondary work.
- Enhance their admissions credentials so that they may qualify for admission to a postsecondary institution of their choice.
- Enhance their knowledge of core subjects to improve their ACT scores for postsecondary admission and financial aid.
- Complete college credits during high school to enhance their prospects for secondary completion and shorten the time to degree completion and reduce student debt.
- Achieve college-ready awareness by the time they graduate from high school.
Students who qualify and are accepted to the Woodbridge Promise College Prep Program have the opportunity to earn up to 14 college credits during their senior year of high school.
For more information regarding program eligibility requirements, course offerings, and calendar, download the Woodbridge Promise College Prep Program Brochure.
The Woodbridge Promise College Prep Program partners include the Mecosta-Osceola Intermediate School District (MOISD) and its Member Schools:
The Woodbridge Ferris Early College Program at Rockford High School is a results of a collaboration between Ferris State University and Rockford High School. This partnership is the first in Michigan between a high school and four-year university which allows students to enroll in university courses and earn general education credit through concurrent enrollment at a high school.
Course Number Title Credit Hours MATH 230 Analytical Geometry-Calculus 2 4 ENGL 150 English 1 3 LITR 150 Introduction to Literature 3 MATH 220 Analytical Geometry-Calculus 1 4 MATH 320 Analytical Geometry-Calculus 3 4
For more information about the Woodbridge Ferris Early College Program at Rockford High School, please email email@example.com.
The purpose of the Summer Success Program is to allow eligible students to:
- Establish credit and proficiency in mathematics and reading at or beyond the developmental level before starting post secondary work
- Enhance their admissions credentials so that they may qualify for admissions to a postsecondary institution of their choice
- Enhance their knowledge of core subjects to improve their ACT scores for postsecondary admission and financial aid
- Complete up to nine college credits during the summer to enhance their prospects for postsecondary completion, degree completion and reduce student debt
- Build on the students' individual strengths to navigate the High Education System
- Cultural Institutions in Grand Rapids, MI
- Destination Education
- Grand Rapids Community College
- Grand Rapids Public Schools
- Grand Rapids Urban League
- Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
- Holland Public Schools
- Kendall College of Art and Design
- Ferris State University Center for Latino Studies
- Latin Americans United for Progress
Student Eligibility The Woodbridge Promesa program is open to students who have just completed their junior year of high school and who meet the academic and ACT score requirements for the program. Academic Requirements Students must possess a 2.50 cumulative high school grade point average and have ACT subscores that place them into both Ferris developmental courses (MATH 110 and READ 106). Applicants must be recommended by their high school. Accepted students must commit to an eight-week long program of half-day instruction. Course Placement/ACT Scores ACT (Subscores) SAT (Subscore) FSU Course Placement ≤16 (Reading) OR ≤430 (CR) READ 106 15-18 (Math) OR 350-450 (Math) MATH 110
The Woodbridge Promise Summer Success Program provides eligible students with the opportunity to earn up to nine college credits. Accepted students must commit to an eight-week long program of half-day instruction.
For more information regarding program eligibility criteria, course offerings and calendar, please download the Woodbridge Promise Summer Success Program brochure.
The High School Instructor and Administrator Resources page contains general information about concurrent enrollment, the program handbook, form downloads, MyFSU information for instructors, and links to training resources.
- Quick Links of Instructors and Administrators
Visit the High School Instructor and Administrator Resources page to view all available resources.
The Student Resources page contains links to the pre-college online application and Ferris State student resources, information about student technical support, and academic success skills.
- Quick Links for Students
Visit the Student Resources page to view all available resources.