The purpose of this outcomes-based assessment program evaluation was to measure the learning outcomes and various program components of the Summer Bridge Program (SBP) at Suburban Community College (SCC) in southern California. Both qualitative and quantitative methods were applied. Qualitative data contained two analyses. The first analysis consisted of individual interviews and focus groups combined, and the second consisted of student written responses on pre- and postsurveys. Quantitative data consisted of an analysis of pre- and postsurvey responses using a Dependent T-Test and Directional Hypothesis to assess significance. The results of all the analyses were positive toward program operations and indicated that the SBP is meeting its program and student learning outcomes and that various program components are supporting student success. Recommendations for Summer Bridge Program improvement were provided to SBP stakeholders in order to increase student success. Recommendations for further research were provided to support continued outcomes-based assessments of student success programs. Keywords: summer bridge program, underrepresented students, community college, program evaluation.