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Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholars

Cardinal Bridge Academy scholars take classes in a full range of business courses, designed to give you a well-rounded business education. These courses include Accounting, Business Law, Communications, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Management, and Marketing.

As a Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar, you will get:

  • Exposure to the possibilities of college
  • A head start in college
  • An opportunity for direct admission into UofL
  • The perks of being a UofL student
  • Opportunities to make connections with businesses connected to UofL as well as college faculty and staff
  • On-the-job experience
  • To sharpen business, technology, and leadership skills

Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar Requirements

To become a Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar, you must:

  • Be a high school junior or senior
  • Have an interest in studying business
  • Have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Have a minimum 95% high school attendance rate
  • Have a record of good school conduct
  • Complete necessary applications and forms

Become a Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar Today

Start your journey with the Cardinal Bridge Academy in three easy steps.




  • Apply for the KHEAA Scholarship (If you have any questions or concerns, please speak with your teacher or counselor and they can assist)

“The key thing about the Cardinal Bridge Academy is that it is a chance for you to get on the bridge, a ramp up, toward your future. You’ll be surrounded by mentors, the best faculty, and success coaches.”

– Dr. Nat Irvin, Dean of the Office of Thought Leadership in the College of Business

Cardinal Bridge Academy Application

Apply now to become a Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar

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We want you here in the College of Business. We know that you’re going to make a great difference.”

– Raymond Green, Executive Director of Undergraduate Programs at the College of Business