PNW LSAMP provides MESA Community College Program students with pathways to be successful in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. It creates a culture and community of success for STEM majors. Through PNW LSAMP, underrepresented minority students receive tutoring, career guidance, professional development and graduate school preparation. In addition, students have the opportunity to create their own social network through the different social events and activities facilitated by PNW LSAMP.
Join us! There is a place for you in PNW LSAMP at WSU!
We are pleased to announce that the Community College LSAMP Research Stipend now accepts applications at the start of every quarter. Learn more.
Please note that there is a special Transfer Registration Day (TRD) earlier in spring term but there are at least three other sessions for transfers available in the summer as well.
Connecting Community Colleges to WSU
This one day campus visit for community college STEM students interested in transferring to WSU Pullman! Come join us for an informative campus visit, learn about admissions, financial aid and STEM relate resources including labs and time with advisors.
LSAMP on the Road!
Each fall, LSAMP Staff visits community colleges from across Washington to recruit underrepresented minorities students interested in STEM. In addition, we provide opportunities for internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL).
Transfer Registration Days
It is recommended that students transitioning to WSU in the fall attend Transfer Registration Days. Learn more.
LSAMP Open Enrollment
Each spring, the LSAMP application is open for all who would like to apply. Please note, you must be eligible for LSAMP for any funding support. However, all LSAMP events are open to WSU students.
After applying for LSAMP, please make sure the LSAMP Student Ambassador Board Committee (SAB) or LSAMP Staff connects you with a TMP Mentor. The team mentoring program has many other resources available only to transfer students and/or sophomores.
- Research Skills Short Course
- Team Mentoring Program
- …& your STEM Department