TSU-Unite Precollege engineering program

The TSU-Unite Precollege engineering program  is a four week, pre-collegiate summer experience for talented high school students from groups historically underserved in STEM. Held at Texas Southern University, this program encourages students to pursue college majors and careers in engineering and other STEM-related fields through a program of focused hands-on rigorous academics, enrichment, and career exploration.

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: 

The Department of Engineering at  Texas Southern University , in collaboration with the Army funded UNITE program, will be hosting its  Annual Pre-College Engineering Summer Program. The program encourages and helps prepare students to pursue a college education in engineering and related fields, as part of a national initiative to develop a talented and trained STEM workforce. Application is FREE. Application forms are also available online at http://bit.ly/TSU-Unite-application.

ROLLING  ADMISSION UNTIL: 1. May 15th,  2020

FINAL Application Deadline: May 15th,  2020

PROGRAM DATES: June 8th,  2020—July 2nd, 2020

TIME: 9:00 AM– 2:00 PM STIPEND: $400.00 (Full Attendance Required)

LOCATION: TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS

For more information email Marcia Robin-Stoute at Robinms@tsu.edu      or Marcia.Robin-Stoute@tsu.edu  

The 2020 application will be completed by Google form. The application link has been provided below. If any assistance is required please feel free to contact me at Marcia.robin-Stoute@tsu.edu.

Individuals eligible for Unite must be rising 9th-rising 12th grade students in summer 2020, and they must meet two qualifications of populations considered underserved in STEM areas (please see the qualifications below.)

Eligibility

  •  Underserved populations include low-income students; students belonging to race and ethnic minorities that are historically underrepresented in STEM (i.e., Alaska Natives, Native Americans, Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders); students with disabilities; students learning English as a second language; first-generation college-bound students; students in rural, frontier, or other Federal-targeted outreach schools**; and females in certain STEM fields (e.g., physical science, computer science, mathematics, or engineering).
  • A Federal-targeted outreach school must meet two or more of the following:
    • 60% or more of students/participants qualify for free or reduced lunch
    • 10% or more receive special education services
    • 60% or more of students are English language learners

Please download and print the flyer.