Arizona’s Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Scholars program started off as a grassroots movement to increase, retain, and graduate students in STEM from diverse backgrounds. Now, with the help of federal and private grants, we have multiple programs to support more than 400 students per year through graduation.
TRiO SSS STEM – ASEMS (TRiO ASEMS)
Serves first generation students, students with financial need, and/or students with disabilities pursuing majors in STEM or health sciences.
ASEMS Transfer Program (ASEMS-T)
Serves entering College of Science and College of Engineering community college transfer students.
CALS ASEMS Program
Serves entering first year students and entering community college transfer students studying CALS STEM majors.
- Receive individualized support from a peer mentor
- Be part of a community of fellow STEM students
- Learn proven academic success strategies
- Connect with supportive staff and faculty for academic and career advice
- Develop research skills to be competitive for paid research positions
- Engage in lab shadowing experiences to explore career interests
- Be eligible to receive financial aid (mini-grants) on a case by case basis
- Receive free small group and individual tutoring for STEM classes (up to 300 level classes)
- Attend exclusive networking events with STEM faculty
- Have access to graduate & professional school workshops
- Participate in community service and leadership opportunities