The ASEMS Transfer Program (ASEMS-T) provides targeted services specifically for community college transfer students. ASEMS-T is designed to assist students studying a science major in successfully obtaining a bachelor’s degree in science. To achieve this goal, the program offers support from the time that students enter the program through graduation.
ASEMS-T is for students majoring in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) in the College of Science or the College of Engineering, and transferring from a community college.
SCI 195B Success in STEM
SCI 297B Research Readiness
Guidance and support related to study skills, time management, academic planning and connecting with faculty
Meet monthly with peer mentors
6+ weeks of research shadowing in a field of interest
Choose between 3 career tracks: graduate school; professional school; industry
Opportunity to serve as a Peer Mentor or Learning Coach
Opportunity to participate in a paid summer research experience through the ASEMS STARS Program
Across all years
Ongoing opportunities to connect and build community with faculty and other STEM transfer students
Individual support from professional staff
Program workshops and events