STEM Pathways

(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)

 STEM Pathways guides and supports STEM students to ensure they complete their degree and transfer to a 4-year institution quickly and efficiently

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math degrees are among the most challenging and most awarding degrees students can pursue in college. The STEM Pathways Program will assist STEM students in obtaining their educational and professional goals.

For more information watch our video, STEM Pathways info sessions

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Who is Eligible:
  • Full-time First-year STEM degree seeking students: 
    • Computer Science A.S.*
    • Network Management/Cyber Security
    • Engineering A.S.
    • Biomedical Science A.S.*
    • Mathematics and Science A.S.*      *includes degree options
  • Students who have applied for Financial Aid
  • First Generation students are encouraged to apply
  • Hispanic and minority students are encouraged to apply
STEM Pathways Students Receive:
  • Expanded Student Services
  • Proactive, Bilingual Advisement
  • Bridges Beyond Graduation Program
  • STEM Pathways Specific Academic Coaching
    • Career and Transfer Counseling
  • Text Book Loan Program
  • Graphing Calculator Loan Program
  • STEM Tutoring Center
  • Summer Bridge Program
  • STEM Pathways Learning Community
    • Study Groups
    • STEM off campus activities
    • STEM Smart Workshops


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STEM Symposium

Cumberland County College’s STEM Pathways Program is pleased to invite you to immerse in a day of knowledge, exhibition and competition. Saturday March 3, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the Luciano Conference Center.

Please visit our site for more information,

Paid Research for Biomedical Science Majors

Cumberland’s Bridge to Rowan (CB2R) program is a partnership between the Biology Departments at Cumberland County College and Rowan University for Biomedical Science majors who want to pursue a career in scientific research. Benefits to students include:

  • Scientific skills Boot Camp
  • Rowan University Academic Advising
  • Research Workshops and Seminar Series:
  • Peer Mentoring Network
  • Paid Research Experience at CCC and Rowan

Contact Prof. Randa @ or Prof. Young @ for more information

Cumberland’s Bridge to Rowan Seminar Series
Contact Dr. Randa ( for information

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
2:00 to 3:30 P.M.
University Center Room 110

Topic: Age-related changes of spatial working memory in homing pigeons
Presenter: Gerald Hough, Ph.D.

Topic: Interaction of herpes simplex virus with its host cell
Presenter: Claude Krummenacher, Ph.D.

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Monday, April 23, 2018
2:00 to 3:30 P.M.
University Center Room 110

Topic: Investigations of the phylogeny, paleontology, and evolution of perissodactyls and other
Presenter: Luke Holbrook, Ph.D.

Topic: Antimicrobial Peptides and Surfaces

Presenter: Gregory A. Caputo, Ph. D.

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