New STEM scholarship offers full undergraduate tuition

The Science and Engineering Equity Development (SEED) scholarship program supports the success of academically talented students with demonstrated financial need in the fields of computer science, engineering and mathematics. Qualifying students receive full undergraduate tuition for four years, in addition to three paid co-operative summer internships and mentoring from an impressive lineup of corporate partners, including Ford Motor Company, Walbridge, A2Mac1, RIIS and Roush. Funded by a National Science Foundation grant of almost $1 million, SEED pilots an innovative model for STEM student success.

Learn more about the SEED program online.