Dragon Academy

Deadline Approaching for Dragon Academy 2024

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Apply before May 17th for your chance to join Lane's 2024 Dragon Academy. This summer bridge program is the perfect opportunity to fast track your college success. You can earn up to nine hours of college credit with zero out-of-pocket cost. There are options to join us on campus or you can select a distance learning option. Whether on campus or online, Lane's Dragon Academy is the perfect opportunity to meet with students, faculty, advisors, and staff. It's a zero out-of-pocket cost head start to your collegiate success (and a fun summer).

2024 Lane College Dragon Academy: Summer Bridge Program

Dragon Academy is a six-week summer bridge program designed to ease First Year students’ transition from High School to College. Dragon Academy’s aim is multilayered. The program seeks to: develop scholastic habits while earning between six(6) and nine(9) college credit hours, further cultivate leadership capacity, engage in culturally enriching activities, inspire spiritual maturation, and connect with peers, faculty and staff. In all the program supports the college’s mission of providing access to underrepresented, underprepared, and first-generation college students by guiding emerging Lanites towards realizing their “Power of Potential”.

Summer 2024 Program Requirements

  • Be admitted to Lane College for the 2024 Fall Semester
  • Have completed both the 2023 - 2024 FAFSA and 2024-2025 FAFSA applications (Applications can be completed at www.FAFSA.ed.gov, add Lane College Title IV federal school code 003499)

We’re excited to have you join us for our 2024 Lane College Dragon Academy. We’ve designed this program with you in mind and are excited to have you participate.

If you’re interested, Click Here to complete the short application.

This summer begins an amazing journey. Feel free to call/email me directly if you have any additional questions (731) 431-7419 (FMcKindra@LaneCollege.edu). We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Freeman McKindra, II, Director