The S-STEM MILES Scholarship Program Overview
The S-STEM program at SRJC supports academically talented students with financial needs to complete their transfer pathway toward a major in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics. Students taking classes in these Departments but not intending to major in one of these five fields are not eligible.
STEM MILES scholars must demonstrate their intention to major in one of the five Departments by being registered for gateway courses into one of these majors at the time of starting the Program. The scholars will receive $1,100 per semester (or their unmet financial need) and may stay in the Program for a maximum of three consecutive years. The scholars must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, register for the STEM careers course, participate in the orientation and the faculty advising meetings, subscribe to receive Program SMS (phone texts), and complete one activity from the menu of professional activities every semester.
- Be US citizen or eligible non-citizen
- Demonstrate financial need as defined by your FAFSA information
- Cumulative GPA 3.0
- Intend to major in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics
- Have competed (or be enrolled in) Math 1A and the introductory course in the sequence of the major at the start of the Program, with full-time status (Bio 2.1 or Chem 1A or Math 1A or Phys 40 or Engr)
- Agree to have your information released to the National Science Foundation
If you are selected to be a Scholarship Recipient, you must:
- Maintain cumulative GPA 3.0, with full-time status
- Demonstrate financial need
- Check completed activities of the Program on the end-of-semester checkout sheet
- Stay on track in a STEM major
- Complete Program surveys
Application Process for S-STEM MILES Scholarship
All applicants for the 2018-2019 S-STEM MILES Scholarship have been selected. Check back here for more information and to apply for the 2019-2020 Scholarships in Spring 2019.
Partial support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S STEM) program under Award No. 17 17-527.