IMPORTANT UPDATE: For Fall 2020, MESA will offer counseling via phone and Zoom calls, and online tutoring via Zoom.
To speak with a MESA/STEM counselor, please contact them directly at:
Christine Reed: firstname.lastname@example.org -or-
Angelica Eulloqui: email@example.com
To remotely connect with any MESA/STEM staff, or to ask any general questions, please
visit us during our virtual Open Office Hour!
Dates: Nov. 18, Nov. 25, Dec. 2, Dec. 9
Time: 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m.
Open Office Hour Zoom Link
The Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program
MESA is an academic program that provides a wide range of support services and activities aimed at fostering student achievement and increasing the success and participation they experience while pursuing a degree in mathematics, engineering, computer science, biology, architecture, kinesiology, or other science-based programs. MESA enables students to prepare for and graduate from a four-year university with a math-based degree. It also seeks to increase the diverse pool of transfer-ready community college students who are prepared to excel as math, engineering and science majors. Through the program, students develop academic and leadership skills, increase educational performance, and gain confidence in their abilities to compete academically and professionally.
MESA sets high standards while providing the academic tools needed for helping students to succeed. This deceptively simple approach is effective and has produced remarkable results.Henry T. Yang
Chancellor, UC Santa Barbara
Benefits of MESA
- Enhance your educational experience while completing the first two years of a bachelor’s degree
- Gain industry knowledge
- Make friends who have similar academic and career interests
- Develop a close relationship with faculty members
- Develop and improve your academic leadership skills
- Raise your educational expectations
- Link with student and professional organizations to enhance your personal and professional development
- Access state-of-the-art computer equipment and the Internet
- Orientation courses that transfer to CSU/UC
- Review Sessions, Organized Study Groups, and Tutoring
- Dedicated MESA student study center
- Scholarship and internship opportunities
- Career and leadership development activities
- Book loans (as available)
- Specialized student success seminars
- Student Education Plans (SEP) and academic counseling
- University transfer recognition and support