Programs and Resources
Academic Support & Professional Development
Adulting101 Workshop Series
Workshops focused on preparing for students for "adult life" such as, searching for apartments, understanding credit & credit cards and more.
A space that offers career and professional development-oriented workshops and discussion for undocumented students.
Belonging & Wellness
Family-style meals hosted by faculty, staff and, students throughout the year
Three Seasons Program
Fun-filled events taking place over fall, winter and, spring break for students staying on campus.
Events and excursions hosted by Tri-Co's FLI programs for students attending Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore colleges. Haverford's FLI program is known as the John P. Chesick Scholars Program and Swarthmore's FLI program is known as Swat FLI.
FLI is another acronym used to describe First-Generation & Low-Income individuals.
Undocu+ Support Group
A space for students who identify as part of the Undocumented+ community as a way to connect with one another and build community.
Resources & Services
Due to limited availability, students must be registered with Breaking Barriers to receive access to resources.
Laptop & Calculator Loaner Program
Students may request to check-out a Dell laptop and/or a scientific calculator for at most one full semester and expected to return the laptop/calculator before leaving for winter or summer break. If you need a laptop/calculator for an additional semester, you will be asked to complete another Request Form at the start of the new semester.
Meal Pass Request
Meal passes to Bryn Mawr's Dining Halls are offered to Bryn Mawr students who are not part of the unlimited meal plan.
Regardless of whether you are enrolled in a partial meal plan or no meal plan at all, we understand that there may be moments when you may find yourself either low on meals and/or funds. That said, this service is meant to be utilized on an on occasion basis.
Storage Transportation Service
Round-trip transportation to storage facilities during campus move-in and move-out are offered to students who are unable to set up their own accommodations due to affordability and/or access. Additionally, students are encouraged to attend one of our Storage Workshops held during the spring semester.
Dorm Essentials Request
Primarily for first-year students who need dorm materials for personal use. All items available through this service have been generously donated from current students as well as students who recently graduated from Bryn Mawr College. Items are thoroughly washed and stored in sealed vacuum storage bags.