The Engineering Student Services department is home to several academic and student programs.
|Freshmen Summer Bridge Program (FSBP)||
The annual Freshmen Summer Bridge Program is an intensive four-week summer residential program for incoming freshmen in Engineering, Mathematics and Science. Participants undertake an intensive study of math, English composition, and computer science in preparation for college level work. Students successfully completing the program receive a generous stipend and college credit.
|The NSF Scholarship Program||
Funded through grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF); the Computer, Engineering, and Mathematics Scholarship (CSEMS) and the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) programs offer generous scholarships to students in a variety of engineering, mathematics and science disciplines.
Students are selected on the basis of financial need, academic merit, and potential for professional work. The goal of this project is to provide the necessary financial and academic assistance to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full-time in the School of Engineering (SOE) and/or the College of Arts & Sciences (for math or science majors).
The Native American Program, School of Engineering offers programs and services designed to retain Native American students at UNM in math, science or engineering. NAPCOE offers scholarships, tutoring services, advisement, and an Introduction to Engineering course and sponsors several monthly social events.
|The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program||
WISE is a campus-wide program for women in undergraduate and graduate degree fields. The program goal is to support women’s interest in science, math and engineering careers by providing networking, mentoring, enrichment activities and career development.
The objective of the STI program is to: 1) generate an awareness of job opportunities in the transportation industry, 2) stimulate and excite students to pursue careers in the transportation industry, and 3) to introduce participants to college success skills.
|Pre-College Math and Science Program||
This program is designed especially for K-12 students in an effort to instill in them, an interest in pursuing careers in engineering, math and science. The Pre-college program also offers a Summer Magic camp where they learn about these careers and attend a variety of educational, cultural and recreational activities.
The Engineering Student Services department is home to four successful student organizations designed to enrich the students’ college experience while offering numerous opportunities to network, travel to student conferences and develop valuable leadership skills.
NSBE - National Society of Black Engineers