RST Academy

S-STEM Scholarship

The Ready Set Transfer! Academy is pleased to announce the National Science Foundation S-STEM scholarship for STEM students in the Seattle Colleges. Awards begin at $1000 per quarter for full-time study, and increase to up to $2500 per quarter for students taking higher level math courses. Scholars in good standing can automatically renew their scholarship for up to three years while working towards transfer from South Seattle College.

Links to Online Application (Note: Paper application materials are available at the front desk in UNI. All letters of rec must go through the website below.)

Online Student Application:

Upload Site for Faculty Recommendation Letters: 

Due Date: Applications are due no later than 5pm on Friday, May 25. 


This round of applications is open to students currently in developmental math (courses numbered 102 and below) and to students in higher level math courses who intend to transfer and complete a four year-degree in a recognized major in science, technology, engineering, or math. Students must also be U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents with documented financial need to be eligible. Students must apply to and be accepted in the RST Academy to receive the scholarship.

Learn more about the RST Academy and apply here:

Note on Research Study

Students selected for scholarships will be invited to participate in a National Science Foundation study of the factors contributing to student success in STEM majors. Participation is voluntary.

If you have any questions about your eligibility or how to complete an application, please contact Jake Ashcraft at 

Other Information for RST Students (non-scholarship)

Transfer Information

WA State Private University Transfer Deadlines

WA State PUBLIC University Transfer Deadlines 

SSCC Engineering Webpage Includes information about AS Engineering degrees, the annual schedule of Engineering classes and more.

Undergraduate Research Information UW's Undergraduate Research Program

Brief Intro to Uncertainty in Measurements A Powerpoint of a presentation for UGR 214 on the ISO Guide to Uncertainty in Measurement.

Search For REU Search for Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Universities across the country. These are paid summer research positions.

** lists various scholarships, REUs, and other programs with contact information and application deadlines  

Introduction to MATLAB website. A Powerpoint presentation on the features of MATLAB technical computing software along with several MATLAB files.

 RST Events and Other Resources 

All RST Spring 2016 Meeting Presentation 

 All RST Winter 2015 Meeting Presentation

 All RST Spring 2015 Meeting Presentation (April 23, 2015)


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