STEM Scholars Program
People with math and science degrees are in high demand among employers. You can be one of them with the help of a $17,000-$25,000 scholarship through Immaculata University's STEM Scholars Program.
Immaculata's STEM Scholars Program
Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Immaculata University is offering scholarships for community college students to complete their four-year bachelor's degree at Immaculata in biology, chemistry, mathematics, mathematics/data sciences, or information systems as part of the STEM Scholars Program.
The program enables academically talented students with demonstrated financial need to earn a degree that will prepare them for employment or graduate work in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) field.
To foster your research and leadership skills and to make you a competitive candidate in the job market, Immaculata’s STEM Scholars Program (SSP) offers you:
- Faculty mentors
- SSP courses
- Networking opportunities
- Job search training
- Monthly lectures
- Field trips
Applying to the Program
If you're interested in applying, you must be a STEM major and either a current community college student or a graduate within the last three years. You must have at least 48 transferable credits with a minimum GPA of 3.0. You will need to complete the FAFSA forms and qualify as a student with financial need.
Learn more about admission requirements for transfer students. Then fill out the separate application for the STEM Scholars NSF grant. This program will accept applications on a rolling basis until all spots are filled.
Find out more about the research and field trips our current STEM Scholars participated in during their orientation program.
For more information, contact Sister Susan Cronin, IHM, Ph.D., at 484-323-3273 or email@example.com.
NSF Award Number: 1059993, Division of Undergraduate Education