Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement

Announcements

02/04/2020 - MESA meeting - Mentor Match Launch: Come learn and meet your mentor at this awesome kick off to the mentor program. Led by Jess Torres, we will complete the matching process and after introductions complete a fun activity together.  Even if you aren't part of the mentor program you will learn something new - come to our meeting and join us!
Deadline to Apply to MESA, Feb 5th: Want to join MESA? Fill out the online application by Dec 5th! Bit.ly/MESAapply
STEM resume workshop (SHPE): Don't have a resume? Come to this MESA workshop to start one or if you already have one - bring it and refine it so it will be better for the next job or scholarship you apply for!
Deadline to apply to MESA Dec 5th: Want to join MESA? Fill out the online application by Dec 5th! Bit.ly/MESAapply
MESA Tutoring First Week of MESA Tutoring: MESA tutoring has begun! Come get tutoring help, check out our schedule and come to Darwin Lobby today!
First MESA meeting: Kick off and Resource Fair: Come to our first MESA meeting, August 20th at 5pm in Darwin Lobby. See you there!
A tutor comes to you & teaches how to study STEM smarter!: Come to a STEMbyte! It is a byte sized study tip and tool from your MESA tutor, specific to STEM courses. Learn something new, study STEM smarter! Tuesdays at 3pm and Wednesdays at 1:30pm Darwin Lobby
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MESA 50 Years

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sonoma State University has transitioned to remote instruction for spring 2020. MESA is working remotely. Email is the best way to communicate with our faculty and staff. Please see the SSU COVID-19 site for more information.

Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement at Sonoma State University is part of a nationally recognized academic support program that provides a resilient learning community and strong base to students in the School of Science and Technology. The goal of MESA is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who pursue and persist in STEM related degrees and ultimately, careers. Throughout their studies, the students in the program receive academic support and personal advising to keep them on track towards their degrees.

MESA students engage in “high impact” experiences, such as undergraduate research, tutoring, mentoring, and leadership development. We aim to serve students from low-income households, students receiving financial aid, students who are the first in their family to attend college and students whose primary language spoken at home is not English. MESA serves students regardless of citizenship status. This academic community is what sets MESA apart from other programs.

 

Come join us at our MESA meetings, Tuesdays at 5pm 

From March 24th to April 19th all MESA meetings will be conducted virtually via Zoom. Check your email for the link.