RiSE -- Relationships in Science Education
The RiSE project, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, provides support to students studying science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). This program provides academic and personal support, and it is designed to help you succeed in your classes, assist you in earning a degree in STEM, and help you achieve your academic and career goals.
As a RiSE Scholar, you will have access to the following:
-A faculty advisor and mentor
-STEM study rooms and tutoring
-Quarterly socials and STEM events
-Free STEMinar classes
-Math and Chemistry workshops
-Undergraduate research, and
-Field trips to industry and universities
To be eligible, a student needs to be a US citizen or permanent resident and be earning an Associate’s degree
and/or transferring to a university in one of the STEM fields (Biology, Chemistry, CEN, CIS, Computer Science,
Engineering, Engineering Technology, Environmental Science, Geology, Math, or Physics).
Application Process Requires:
Application form (this)
Transcripts (unofficial are okay; can be sent electronically or hard-copy)
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Applications received by February 7th will be considered "active" for Winter Quarter 2014.
Please note that when you proceed to the next page, you must complete the entire application in one sitting, as there is currently no way to save your work.