Florida Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

Congratulations to the graduating seniors of FGLSAMP! The CRE wishes you the best in what comes next!

You can see their FGLSAMP portrait and certificate in the slideshow from the FGLSAMP End of the Year Celebration here.

 

The Florida Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (FGLSAMP) in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) was founded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The Florida State University Chapter of the FGLSAMP program is part of a nationwide alliance that began in the fall of 1992. The program’s mission is to increase the number of minority students who complete undergraduate STEM degrees and to enhance the preparation of FGLSAMP STEM majors for graduate education opportunities. FGLSAMP aids with the acclimation to the college environment, the social and academic integration of the undergraduate experience, and the engagement in research and internship opportunities. For more information about FSU's Chapter, contact Alicia Batailles

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Meeting Your Goals
In These Areas of Achievement

RECRUITMENT

  • Visits to graduate institutions
  • Conferences/Workshops

PROGRESSION

  • FGLSAMP Mentoring Program
  • Monthly Workshops/Meetings
  • Internships/Research Opportunities

GRADUATION

  • Assist students in getting accepted at top-notch graduate institutions
  • Assist students with obtaining full-time employment opportunities

FGLSAMP Benefits
For Success In The Program

STIPEND

  • Based on cumulative GPA, participation, and other criteria
  • Freshman and sophomores receive up to $500
  • Juniors and seniors receive up to $1,000
  • Received at the end of the academic year (end of spring semester)

SEMINARS/CONFERENCES

  • FGLSAMP Regional/National Conferences
  • FGLSAMP @FSU Professional Seminars

FGLSAMP Requirements
And Areas of Concentration

GPA: 3.0 or greater
SAT: Minimum score of 1000
ACT: Minimum score of 21

You must be an active student matriculating in one of the following areas:

  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science/Computer Information Systems
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Engineering — Industrial, Civil, Chemical, Electrical, or Mechanical
  • Information Technology
  • Neuroscience

You must be planning to attend graduate school for research (not a professional school, such as for Medicine, Dentistry, etc.)

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