Chemical and Paper Engineering
Begun in 2010, the S-STEM Scholar Program increases opportunities for financially needy but academically talented students. These students:
•Are first-time, first year students •Demonstrate financial need through FAFSA applications
•Will enter a major in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
•Have a math ACT of 24 or above
Student awardees receive up to $3,000 per semester, and continue to receive this amount for up to eight semesters with continued academic success and progress to degree.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Kline, Andrew A. and Aller, Betsy M., "S-STEM Scholars, a Second Generation: Support for At-risk Upper Division and Transfer Students in CEAS" (2013). Academic Leadership Academy. 35.