The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is an NSF-funded program that provides academic support and specialized advising for students from historically underrepresented groups who wish to enter STEM professions. Enrollment in the program is reserved for a select group of highly committed students with a declared major in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics from the following schools: School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, and School of Environmental and Biological Sciences.
Students in the LSAMP program gain access to many benefits including:
- A Learning Community of students who help each other succeed in classes
- Specialized advising to help you choose courses and programs that best suit your interests
- Stipends for tutoring, leading study groups, doing research, participating in community service, etc.
- Opportunities to peer-mentor community college and high school students
- Research experiences in your area of interest, in faculty laboratories and in the field
- Attend and present your research at the annual GS-LSAMP conference
- Internships in STEM industries for hands-on experience
- International experiences at laboratories through special programs that provide financial support
Apply today to join a community that will help you excel at Rutgers.