• Women and Leadership class

    Fall 2015 ENGR 4950: Women and Leadership in Engineering and Applied Sciences class.

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  • Spring 2016 STEP Student Success Center Tutors

    Academic Support

    STEP tutors provide free academic tutoring for all CEAS students in three convenient locations.

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  • CEAS students at the STEP Kick-Off BBQ

    Make Connections

    CEAS students mingle with faculty and staff at the 2015 STEP kick-off BBQ.

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  • Students stamp WMU frisbees during CEAS fall welcome activities

    Fall Welcome

    Students stamp frisbees in the plastics lab during 2015 CEAS fall welcome activities.

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  • CEAS Registered Student Organizations meet with new freshmen during the STEP Kick-Off BBQ.

    CEAS registered student organizations meet with new freshmen during the STEP kick-off BBQ.

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Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are the driving forces for innovation that have improved the social and economic well-being of society and its citizens. STEM careers are exciting and interesting, but the path to obtaining a bachelor's degree in engineering and applied sciences is challenging. That is why the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, in collaboration with the Division of Student Affairs, has implemented STEP to help you develop the academic skills and habits, life skills and connection to CEAS and WMU so you can successfully complete your studies and become engineers and applied scientists.

Some of the programs in the STEP project include free academic tutoring, personalized academic counseling, transfer student support, and career preparation. Take advantage of the resources provided by STEP to increase your chance of success at Western Michigan University.

Edmund Tsang, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator, WMU-STEP
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Assessment
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Western Michigan University