Majoring in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or Health Sciences?
Don’t go it alone! We’re here to help!
The TRIO STEM-H program is designed to provide valuable services to low income, first generation, and/or students with disabilities pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, math, and health fields. We collaborate with resources on campus as well provide unique workshops to develop and support the specific skills needed by students in these challenging majors.
Our goal is bring together a comprehensive set of resources that will allow you to be successful in your academic path, graduate, and excel in your career ahead.
- Peer Mentoring and Academic Coaching provide a one-to-one connection to help you transition, to find answers to questions, and to develop a plan to overcome obstacles
- Peer Tutoring is available to help with challenging courses
- Skill Workshops give you tools to create and sustain effective academic habits
- STEM-H Leadership Workshops are designed to offer exposure to skills and professional development specific to STEM and health sciences
- Financial aid information and workshops and our financial literacy workshops help you to make the most of your financial aid and to plan your financial future
Other services include:
- Career exploration
- Scholarship Information
- General academic advising
- Grant Aid (pending availability of funds)
Students who meet the following criteria are encouraged to apply:
- U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
- Enrollment or acceptance for enrollment at NMSU
- Current major in science, technology, engineering, math, or health sciences
- One or more of the following apply:
o Be considered low income
o Parents or guardians did not graduate from a college or university
o Have a disability
Applications from first or second year and transfer students are especially encouraged!
STEM-H Student Support Services
Engineering Complex I, Rm 113
Don’t hesitate to email or call Program Staff with any questions!
The New Mexico State University STEM-H Student Support Services Program is 100% funded through a grant by the U.S. Department of Education.