The STEM Institute was initiated in 1992, with the support of NASA and CAHSEE, to ensure that Hispanic Americans, females, and other under-represented minority students achieve academic excellence by means of continuous programmatic support during their pre-college, undergraduate, and graduate years.
The STEM Institute offers courses in the physical sciences, mathematics, English, Computer programming, Engineering, and more. We are constantly growing, as we adapt to best cater to students’ needs. The STEM Institute also provides a select group of students with the opportunity to conduct research with faculty at The Grove School of Engineering. All students who participate are encouraged to pursue careers in the fields of engineering, technology, science, business, and/or mathematics.