Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Scholarships

To apply for the STEM scholarships, please review the criteria below along with completing the application via email, mail or the link below.

Learn about additional LCCC scholarships and financial aid opportunities. 

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or better in high school or post-secondary education at the time of application.
  2. Upon admission to LCCC, choose a program within the STEM Pathway: Computer Science, Engineering, Biology, Biomedical Science, and Physical Science.
  3. Enroll as a new student at LCCC in the 2020-21 academic year (preferred), and register for at least 12 credit hours; the registered classes should lead to an associate's degree in one of the STEM pathway programs.

Note: Students will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA) if offered the scholarship. Enter LCCC's school code: 009259.

Submission Instructions

Option 1:

Apply through the online STEM Scholarship application.

Option 2:

Email or mail the application materials listed below to Dr. Joshua Schmerge. Please note "2020-21 STEM Pathway Scholarship" in the subject of the email or on the mailing envelope.  Included the following:

  1. Your full name, a phone number, and a mailing address;
  2. a copy of your unofficial high school or post-secondary transcripts; 
  3. names and contact information of two references who can be your high school teacher, supervisor, or an advisor/counselor not related to you; and
  4. a brief explanation of why you choose a STEM field as your major.

Email address: jschmergFREELARAMIE
Mail address: Dr. Joshua Schmerge, School of Math and Sciences
1400 E. College Drive
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis. You will receive a letter once awards are determined.

Scholarship Probation/Revocation Procedure

Should a student fail to meet any scholarship requirements at the close of the first semester of the freshman year, he/she will be placed on scholarship probation for the following semester. A scholarship probationary letter will be sent as a hard copy and via electronic mail to the student, identifying the deficiency and the probationary period (1 semester) in which he/she can correct this deficiency.