Supporting Student Success through Scholarships (S4) S-STEM Scholarship

Coastline College is pleased to offer the Supporting Student Success through Scholarships (S4) S-STEM Scholarship through the generosity of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant. Throughout the six-year program, 75 Coastline College students will receive a total of $900,000 in scholarship awards.

To be eligible for the Supporting Student Success through Scholarships (S4) S-STEM Scholarship, students must have 1) low-income status and 2) academic potential. Low-income status is defined as having zero Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and Pell Grant eligible. Academic potential, to allow for equitable consideration of all students, is defined as having a high school GPA of 2.6 or higher and a high school diploma.

Students who qualify for the Supporting Student Success through Scholarships (S4) S-STEM Scholarship will receive $2,600 for five semesters in a three-year performance period. Students will be moving through a Coastline College Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) program cohort following a structured course pathway, leading to degree attainment and/or transfer wtihin five semesters. The total scholarship award amount over a three-year period is $13,160.

To remain in the program, students will be required to maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA and a cumulative completion of a minimum of 67% of courses attended. This academic standing aligns with the Federal policy for satisfactory academic progress. Other requirements to participate in the S4 Project is that students should be:

  • A California resident
  • Completed a federal financial aid application (FAFSA) with an expected family contribution of zero
  • Enrolled in a transfer STEM program of study which includes Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADTs) in Biology, Geology, Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics

Application window: April 1, 2022 – June 15, 2022

Donor
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Award
$2,600 - $13,160
Deadline
06/15/2022