We Support STEM Majors

Stem-banner-imgSTEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Solve problems, work with cool equipment, develop important skills, get a job! ASAP now supports even more STEM majors. Why does this matter? Jobs in STEM related careers boast a “swelling hiring demand and low unemployment rates.” Read more>>

Please contact the ASAP program at your school of interest to see what STEM majors you may be eligible for


Examples of some STEM Majors that we support

  • Video Arts and Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Food Studies
  • Digital Design and Animation
  • Digital Music
  • Game Design
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering Science
  • Marine Technology
  • New Media Technology
  • and many more… See approved majors on the website for the campus that you plan to attend.

What are some of our STEM majors doing?

chenYYueli Chen came to America from China in 2011, and enrolled at Queensborough in the fall of 2013. She took English as a second language classes in the CLIP program and was accepted into the ASAP program after one-year of study.  Yueli’s ASAP advisor, Ms. Danielle Izzo, guided her from entry to graduation. Since joining ASAP, she’s been a Phi Theta Kappa/USA Today All-New York Scholar, and worked with the Center of Materials Science and Sustainability at Boise State University, conducting research under…Read more>>


Joshua Tanon, From BMCC to NASA, to the University of Michigan’s Aerospace Engineering Program. Read more>>

Christine Grace Villanueva, Queensborough Community College (C8), was awarded both the Joseph B. and Betty Aidala Memorial Award and the Jackson and Muriel Lum Endowment Award from the Engineering Technology Department for her academic achievement and service to the department. She also presented her robot at the CUSJ 2015 Spring Research Symposium at Columbia University as well as at the Eleventh Annual Honors Conference in which she received a certificate. Read more>>