“Employers and educators agree that preparing students to be leaders in science and technology is a priority,” said Mike Whiting, Jr., president of The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation. “It’s an economic imperative to strengthen and expand STEM education for students in Michigan.”
The Dow STEM Scholars Program provides academic and social support services to incoming MSU students (Michigan Residents-Only), who want to pursue a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics) major and place into Intermediate College Algebra & Trigonometry - Math 1825 on the MSU Math Placement Exam. The Dow STEM Scholars Program focuses on assisting students’ transition into college and develop the skills needed to pursue a STEM degree. The program gives students with academic potential the opportunity to surround themselves with a positive group of fellow Spartans who are motivated to earn a STEM degree. Participation in the Dow STEM Scholars Program is free.