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Incoming, current, and transfer students in declared STEM programs may be eligible to apply for 2020 S-STEM Scholarships. These scholarships enable qualified students to start their careers with experience, opportunity, and a lot less debt.
See below to see if S-STEM is for you and then begin your application. Remember, you MUST fill out the FAFSA first if you have not already done so.
Students selected as S-STEM scholarship recipients must agree to participate in the HI-StEM program activities and agree to respond to any survey administered during the program and post-graduation. Program activities include a welcome orientation, faculty mentor meetings, special topic seminars and field trips, a winter retreat and workshop, and an annual scholarship reception. Students will have an opportunity to participate in semester long or summer research experience and to attend STEM conferences both locally and nationally.
To continue in the program, a student must:
Students who drop a class or classes before the start of semester, resulting in enrollment of less than full time, will have their scholarship award removed.
Students who are awarded scholarships and fail to maintain the academic criteria (GPAs lower than 3.0), will be placed on probation for one semester. To regain eligibility to continue in the program after the probationary period, an individualized plan with the needed assistance and academic supports must be developed with the student's faculty mentor and approved by the S-STEM Coordinator. Students who have not met program requirements during the probationary period will lose their eligibility for program participation and scholarship.
S-STEM students must be able to demonstrate their academic eligibility each semester. A student who receives a scholarship for the fall semester and follows all requirements will be automatically granted a scholarship for the spring semester. Continuation from spring to fall semester follows the same requirements; however, the amount of the scholarship may vary in the next academic year based on the financial needs of the student as determined by the FAFSA for the applicable academic year.
Contact Professor Tami Imbierowicz, S-STEM Grant Coordinator, at 443-412-2122 or email@example.com. If you have questions about your financial eligibility, email Robin Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, name, H-ID, and email address. The FAFSA must be completed to determine eligible financial need.
S-STEM scholarships will be awarded for up to two years based on financial need. Incoming, current and transfer students are eligible to apply. Scholarships vary in amount up to $10,000 per year based on financial need and EFC. A $2000 stipend for summer research or internship is also available for each S-STEM Scholar. S-STEM Scholars are supported by the HI-StEM (High Intensity Student Engagement Model) program, a cohort learning community led by STEM faculty, student support staff, and research mentors.
Harford Community College (HCC), supported by National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant #1643498, is excited to provide the S-STEM Scholarship Program to support full time students majoring in biology or engineering.
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