STEM Diversity House
Join other indigenous students and students of color who are also interested in science, engineering, and mathematics.
Are you an indigenous student or a student of color interested in STEM fields? The STEM Diversity House is a tight-knit environment in which indigenous students and students of color interested in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics can learn from peers, faculty, and professionals who have similar academic and career interests. You will have support in finding your place on campus and exploring your career, academic, and personal interests. The live-in peer Community Advisor (CA) works with staff and faculty in STEM fields to arrange activities like dinners with faculty, study groups, and off-campus events. These are great opportunities you won’t want to miss out on! You and your peers can work with North Star STEM Alliance, a program that will support you with financial support, research opportunities, service and outreach activities, study abroad, and internships.
This house is a co-ed community located in Pioneer Hall. For more information on opportunities and programs for current or future STEM Diversity House residents, contact the LLC sponsor, College of Science and Engineering, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-624-5091.
This community is open to first-year residents, second-year residents, and residents transferring from other institutions.