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Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement LSAMP: Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

Bridge Workshop : #Bridge@WSU

Event Overview

This STEM-focused event offers prospective STEM students a great chance to:

  • Talk to WSU academic faculty who specialize in STEM majors.
  • Discover opportunities in undergraduate research.
  • Learn about clubs for STEM students.
  • Find opportunities and support available through multicultural student resources.
  • Get answers to questions about admission to WSU, courses and prerequisites, transferring credits, academic advising, and more.

What incoming freshman and transfer students can expect at this event: There will be presentations conducted by current WSU students and STEM faculty who can also answer your questions. There will be an opportunity to tour the LSAMP center as well as the city of Pullman.

We hope you sign up with your friends to be part of #Bridge@WSU 2022. 

2022 Bridge Workshop Schedule

Attending sessions at this event: We will host these workshops on campus and in-person, and we expect all students to follow the WSU Health Guidelines throughout the multi-day workshop. We require all confirmed students to attend all days of the 2022 Bridge Workshop. Students and presenters can visit the 2022 Bridge Workshop Schedule webpage or can download the 2022 Bridge Workshop Schedule PDF when available.

All students must abide by WSU campus policies and regulations throughout this event. Read about conduct policies.


Eligible students will receive an email invitation about a month before the 2022 Bridge Workshop via their WSU emails from LSAMP. Seats are limited, we will only be accepting the first 60 students who apply. Those that registered will receive email confirmations ahead of the event in August.

If you believe you are LSAMP eligible but did not receive an invitation, please contact our Bridge Workshop Staff via email at, or by phone at (509) 335-3347.

Frequently Asked Questions 

If you have additional questions please feel free to visit our Bridge Workshop FAQs page.

Who Are We?

WSU LSAMP is an NSF-sponsored program in the WSU Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement in the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President. LSAMP provides support, resources, and opportunities to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) underrepresented minority students who are on a path to be successful in STEM fields at the university level.

The WSU LSAMP program is a member of PNW (Pacific Northwest) LSAMP, with a goal to create a culture and community of success for STEM majors. Through LSAMP, underrepresented minority students receive mentoring, tutoring, career guidance, professional development, and graduate school preparation. In addition, students have opportunities to create social networks through events and activities facilitated by WSU LSAMP. Connect with us on Facebook.