Helping students make the transition into college in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)
The STEM Pathways Learning Community is designed to help students graduating from High Schools that have the lowest rates of college attendance to make the transition into college at DVC in a STEM Major (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math). While this program is open to all, it is designed to meet the needs of students coming from the schools of greatest need, and outreach efforts target their students.
Each student will enroll in three classes in the fall term of 2017:
One Science or Technology class chosen from:
One Math class chosen from:
STEM Pathways College Success Skills (Interdisciplinary Studies 120):
Note: CHEM-108 has MATH-90 as a prerequisite, so it cannot be taken with MATH-90.
Note: ENGTC-119 is scheduled at the same time as MATH-120, so these classes cannot be taken together (A student may request a different MATH-120 section as an option).
To be accepted to the program you must apply to DVC.
We will begin accepting students to the program starting April 1. Priority will be given to students who:
For questions, please contact STEM Pathways, at STEMPathways@dvc.edu