The Union College NSF - STEM Scholars Program is an academic scholarship program funded by the National Science Foundation for students with a broad range of interests who are planning to study in one of the Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) fields. The scholarship provides selected students with additional financial aid for all four years so long as they remain in the program. NSF/STEM Scholars are strongly encouraged to participate in one or more of Union's interdisciplinary STEM initiatives to enhance their educational experience. The objective of the program is to attract and retain talented students, especially from groups traditionally under-represented in STEM fields, who can become innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders.
Union has received funding from the National Science Foundation to support students in the classes of 2014 and 2015.
The Union College NSF STEM Scholars program is supported by
a grant from the National Science Foundation.