STEM Education Scholars

​​Live in the Education and Human Services’ Residential College with students preparing to educate future generations of STEM learners. Through outreach programs, workshops and career-building activities, you’ll be one step closer to earning your diploma. Develop a strong core of STEM subjects and build professional skills to enhance your teaching. 

  • Gain special access to advisors 
  • Work with local K-12 schools 
  • Help with STEM workshops 
  • Register early for math and science courses 

​Benefits
Each scholar is eligible to receive up to $2,260, which includes: 
  • A $1,000 stipend for tuition 
  • Enrollment in Leadership Safari 
  • Membership in a national math or science association 
  • Attendence at a national science, math or STEM conference

Sweeney Hall
More than a just dorm, here you’ll discover lifelong friendships, attend community socials and collaborate with other future teachers. 
  • Coed 
  • 4 floors 
  • 2-bedroom suite shared by 4 or 5 people 
  • Private bathroom 
  • Accessible accommodations available 
  • Single beds