The STEM Connections Program
The UCR STEM Pathway Program in the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences provides support and advancement opportunities to Hispanic or low-income students who are pursuing bachelor's degrees in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [known as STEM] fields. Whether you are a prospective undergraduate, prospective transfer student, or a currently enrolled UCR student who fits the eligibility requirements, check us out! You'll see that STEM Pathway has lots of programs tailored just for you.
The University of California, Riverside was awarded a five year 3.93 million STEM grant funded by the Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Program through the United States Department of Education.
The grant is aimed at increasing the number of Hispanic and low-income community college students transferring into the STEM fields at UC Riverside and to enhance support more generally for Hispanic and low-income students at UCR who are pursuing bachelor’s and advanced degrees in fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). UCR is also partnered with three local community colleges (Mt. San Jacinto College, Moreno Valley College and Riverside City College) to assist students in transferring to four year universities and provide needed services to the surrounding communities.