• STEM Nitrogen Experiment
    STEM Nitrogen Experiment
  • STEM Nitrogen Balloon
    STEM Nitrogen Balloon
  • STEM Reception
    STEM Reception

Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM)

Prospective Student,

     Congratulations on your decision to pursue a STEM degree. You have made a wise choice as the demand for occupations that require a STEM degree, or related skills, continues to grow in the U.S. and global economies.
     I would encourage you to consider the STEM LLC, which will provide you with an opportunity to live, study, and participate in activities with a group of like-minded individuals who have similar educational and career goals.

Dr. Brent Donham
Dean of College of Science and Engineering


To provide and expose students in the STEM field unique outside the classroom opportunities to enhance their academic experience.


  • Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA
  • Actively participate in community activities, meetings, programs and events
  • Take at least one core course in the STEM
  • discipline each semester
  • Set academic and professional SMART goals

Available Resources

  • In-Hall tutoring
  • Outside classroom access to faculty and staff
  • Programs and events
  • Job shadowing opportunities
  • Undergraduate research opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will develop essential leadership skills
  • Develop interpersonal skills through involvement and group activities
  • Advance the pursuit of innovation and discovery in STEM related fields


Interested in joining the STEM Community? 

Applications for the 2019-20 academic year are now available. Please fill out this application form to apply.

STEM Contact

Linda Jena – Assistant Community Director