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, STEM Technology, and Pre-Health Professions.
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).