Mission Statement


The STEM Collegian Center goal is to provide a supportive and rewarding environment to encourage, improve, and commend student success in Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and related fields.  This is accomplished through academics, faculty mentoring, internships, student projects, field trips, conferences, and peer interaction.


Membership Criteria and Responsibilities


  Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5

  Contact faculty mentor at least twice each month

  Participate in two or more STEM Collegian Center activities per semester

  Participate in at least one hour of civic engagement (volunteer service) per semester

  Participate in assessment surveys and activities to help improve the Center

  Keep the STEM Collegian Center advised of changes in contact information

  Participate in periodic tracking surveys (by phone, mail, or email) for a period of five years after leaving the STEM Collegian Center (Responses to tracking surveys will help improve the Center and opportunities for future students.)


Program Features and Activities


  Access to internships (research opportunities)

  Faculty support (mentoring)

  Peer interaction and support

  Field trips

  Seminars and workshops

  Design contests

  Academic enrichment

  Professional development (resume writing, shadowing, etc.)

  Leadership opportunities

  Scholarship opportunities

  Student and faculty excellence recognition


Other Information


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The Prince George's Community College's STEM Collegian Center is funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation.