The Frederick Community College (FCC) STEM Scholars program is a competitive scholarship that provides substantial financial support, training, and mentoring to help students succeed as full time students in STEM fields.
The STEM Scholars program is open to full-time students in the following fields: Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Aided Design, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Engineering, Game and Simulation Development, Health Information Technology, Information Systems Management, Information Technology Specialist, Mathematics, Network Engineering, Software Engineering, STEM, and STEM Technology.
Students will receive a STEM Scholars scholarship worth up to $6,500 per year for up to two years, in addition to Federal Pell Grants and any other aid the student may be eligible for, up to a total of $13,000 per year. Scholarship funds are unrestricted and are intended to help support a student’s cost of living so they can focus on their academic coursework.
STEM Scholars participants will be a part of a learning cohort, work closely with a faculty mentor, and participate in STEM Scholars related activities.
FCC STEM Scholars is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).