Note: A link to the registration form for students is coming soon.
Current WSU students and academic advisors will participate in presentations and answer your questions. Research and teaching faculty will share their work and help you see your role in the future of WSU. And, there will even be video tours of active research labs where you can picture yourself exploring topics that interest you in a hands-on manner.
We hope you sign up with your friends to be part of the 2020 #CCC2WSU. Like this year’s theme says, the conference is your opportunity to “Make Connections, and Make It Happen.”
6 p.m.: Opening remarks with ice breakers, presented by WSU LSAMP
Tues., Nov. 17: How Do You Get Here from There? Your path to a four-year degree and beyond
2:00-5:00 p.m.: Afternoon sessions ()
Wed., Nov. 18: Is WSU Right for You? WSU’s unique opportunities for your academic future
Noon (for Community College and Technical School Advisors/Mentors only): Special panel presentation by WSU representatives from several offices, moderated by WSU LSAMP. Advisors register for this presentation when they fill out the registration form.
2:00-5:00 p.m.: Afternoon sessions (for students)
Thurs., Nov. 19: Make Connections, Make it Happen at WSU: All the details you need to know
2:00-4:00 p.m.: Afternoon sessions (for students)
4:00-5:00 p.m.: Concluding presentation, hosted by WSU LSAMP
All students must abide by WSU campus policies and regulations for the whole duration of this event, including to and from campuses and throughout the visit. Read about conduct policies.
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.