Students participating in the S-STEM Program will receive annual scholarships of $6,500 in addition to assistance in pursuing graduate study or employment within their field.
The College of St. Scholastica seeks to increase the number of students graduating in the fields of science, technology and mathematics and to better prepare these graduates for the next step in their careers, whether it is graduate school or employment.
To be eligible for the STEM scholarship program, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
The program has helped students to pursue a successful future in graduate school and employment. Here is what some of our graduates are doing:
If you are interested in obtaining employment within your field, the S-STEM program will offer support through the following:
If you are interested in attending graduate school for either a Master's or PhD program, the S-STEM program, working in conjunction with the McNair Scholars Program, will offer support through the following:
The Scholarships in Science, Technology & Math is funded by the National Science Foundation by grant DUE-0630926.