STEM Success is a program designed to help students enrolled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) courses in the form of Peer Coaching and Academic Support. Faculty of the STEM Success program welcomes undergraduate students seeking resources and assistance to help them achieve academic success.

About STEM Success

STEM Success is a program funded by a Title III grant from the Department of Education with the intended outcome of improving and deepening the experiences of students enrolled in “gateway” STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses. Specifically, STEM coaches, who are undergraduates who excelled in STEM courses despite challenges, will meet one-on-one with students seeking assistance in navigating the successes and challenges associated with these gateway courses. Undergraduate Chem Success leaders will offer Chem Success sessions to facilitate the learning of lecture material. In addition, STEM faculty will facilitate active learning strategies during their lectures. 

Over the next five years, STEM Success will focus on: Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and Physics entry-level courses. For the 2019-2020 academic year, STEM faculty and student leaders are pleased to offer help for students enrolled in Chemistry I and II (CHM 2045/2046) in the form of Peer Coaching and Chem Success. For more information on our programs, please click on the buttons below.


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