Increase the educational attainment of CSU students
Encourage more students to think of themselves as “scientists”
To accomplish these objectives CSU CSS Scholars will
receive tuition support at CSU,
engage in a summer program and weekend retreat,
participate in early research experiences,
engage in a mentoring program,
attend conferences and present research,
explore graduate programs, teaching careers, and careers in scientific research.
... the CSU CSS Program is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
The CSU CSS Scholars Program is part of the NSF funded Access Network. There are nine sites in the Access Network: The Compass Project, UC Berkeley; CU-Prime, CU-Boulder; Chi Sci Scholars, CSU; GPS, UIUC; IMPRESS, RIT; Northstar, U Oregon; Polaris, OSU; Sundial, ASU; The Equity Constellation, UMD