STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

Freshman students interested in exploring majors in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) are welcome to request assignment in the STEM Program. This program aims to foster relationships with peers, mentors, and faculty members in STEM. From these relationships, a community of STEM majors develops. Within the community, STEM residents benefit from study and tutoring sessions, participate in STEM-specific programming, and enjoy close proximity to the academic buildings where their science classes are held, including the recently-built Compton Science Center. This program is designed specifically for STEM Majors.

Students in the STEM program will reside in:

For some more information or to contact a STEM Program representative, please check the following link.