MISSOULA – Upward Bound students from Missoula and Browning will participate in a six-week summer academic program at the University of Montana from June 22 to Aug. 1. The 55 students will live and dine on campus and engage in English, math and science courses, as well as college-preparatory activities.
Students qualify for Upward Bound based on academic performance, family income and parents’ level of education. About 75 percent of participants are considered low income by the U.S. Department of Agriculture or the U.S. Census Bureau, or because their families receive benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or Families Achieving Independence in Montana.
During the summer program, qualifying students will receive free, nutritious meals through the Summer Food Service Program.
Students attending the program are from Missoula’s Big Sky and Hellgate high schools and Browning High School. They receive high school credit for the academic courses in which they participate during the summer program.
For more information call UM TRiO – Upward Bound Academic Coordinator Mickey Lyngholm at 406-243-5545 or email email@example.com.
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