In our technologically immersed society, the future belongs to those who can use science and technology to solve critical problems. From cybersecurity to sustainable architecture, environmental science to engineering, many of the fastest growing industries with the best job prospects are in STEM fields. That’s why our mission in the School of Science and Technology is to offer outstanding, affordable educational opportunities that equip students to thrive, academically and professionally, in a variety of STEM-related fields. With extensive industry connections, numerous four-year transfer partnerships and quality courses that rival any four-year institution (at a fraction of the cost), our expert faculty and award-winning programs will help you achieve your goals in the classroom and beyond.
AACC promotes engagement and success in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math — across the college, but especially within the School of Science and Technology.
Get extra academic support from other students in difficult courses through peer learning and guidance in a structured setting.
Learn more about Supplemental Instruction.
Become a STEM Abbassador and gain leadership skills and participate in service opportunities.
Learn more about becoming a STEM Ambassador.
Historically underrepresented students (African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Native Pacific Islanders) earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in STEM disciplines may qualify for a grant.
Learn more about the LSAMP Grant.
Join faculty tutors in CALT 204.
Gain extra help from instructors in electronics engineering technology, mechatronics and math on Fridays in CALT 350.
Download the tutoring lab schedule.
Connect with employers to determine their needs and promote opportunites for students and recent graduates.
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For many students, earning college credit isn’t the primary motivation. Check out the following noncredit job training and professional development courses offered through the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development.