The Arizona's Science, Engineering, and Math Scholars (ASEMS) program provides services to support students in graduating with a  STEM major This program focuses on promising students who are underrepresented in STEM, especially students who are first in their family to attend college, from low-income households,  who transferred from a community college, and from underrepresented groups, such as women and minorities. 


This is a competitive program. Space is limited.

The ASEMS Committee will review and approve applications on a rolling basis until all spots are filled. 

The application for the 2015-2016 academic year are open!  Please click on the Apply tab. 

Program’s goals:

  • Students will interact easily and frequently with STEM faculty and STEM peers.
  • Students will develop knowledge-based skills to be competitive academically and professionally in STEM fields.
  • Students will identify a chosen STEM career early, will be able to clearly articulate their motivations for selecting their chosen career, and will be prepared to pursue that career.

Program’s impact:

  • 88% of ASEM Scholars are still in a STEM major by their junior year
  • 95% of ASEM Scholars who have graduated earned a degree in STEM
  • Approximately half of those who have graduated are pursuing graduate school or professional school

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