As part of the VCU Howard Hughes Medical Institute Inclusive Excellence Award and in partnership with the VCU Transfer Center, STEM Transitions is a new program that offers resources and support for students at John Tyler Community College and Reynolds Reynolds Community College who plan to transfer to VCU to complete their bachelor’s degree in a math or science discipline.
If you are interested in being part of our STEM Transitions program, please fill out our online interest form.
The STEM Transitions Transfer Success Program is a two-day program, designed just for transfer students in Math and Science disciplines, that covers a variety of topics to help with the transition to VCU and be successful in their science and math courses.
The Transfer Success Program is supplemental to New Student Orientation and available in the fall and spring semesters. This program provides a great opportunity to connect with fellow transfer students, faculty in math and science departments, and other VCU resources and staff. The main goals of the Transfer Success Program are to help new transfer students adjust to the academic rigor, transition smoothly to VCU, and persist successfully through graduation!
The STEM Transitions Peer Mentor Program is designed for transfer students majoring in a math or science discipline to assist them with the transition to VCU. Our mentors are students majoring in math and science disciplines who previously transferred to VCU and have successfully navigated the transition.
If you are a current VCU student majoring in a math or science discipline who previously transferred and you feel you could benefit by being paired with a peer mentor, please complete our online mentee interest form.
Created through funding from the HHMI Inclusive Excellence Grant, the Science Hub at the Campus Learning Center offers programming geared toward student success in STEM, both for VCU students and students interested in transferring to VCU from our community college partners.
To facilitate partnerships with John Tyler Community College and Reynolds Community College, we meet with students and faculty to implement transition programming and advising services.