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Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar

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.

  • Step 1: Apply to the program (requires student information)

Once accepted as a Cardinal Bridge Academy Scholar:

  • Step 2: Complete UofL Take Flight Application
  • Step 3: Ask about scholarships

“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
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