Applying to Cal Poly LSAMP
Cal Poly LSAMP Student Benefits
The Cal Poly LSAMP Program provides financial support & assistance, advising, networking & community building, professional development, and various other opportunities for its students.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
To be eligible for the LSAMP Program, students must:
Be an enrolled Cal Poly undergraduate STEM major who faces or has faced social, educational, and/or economic barriers to careers in STEM.
Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
Be an undergraduate major in one of the following majors:
College of Agriculture, Food, & Environmental Sciences
Agricultural and Environmental Plant Sciences
Agricultural Systems Management
BioResource and Agricultural Engineering
Environmental Earth and Soil Science
Environmental Management and Protection
Forestry and Natural Resources
Wine and Viticulture
College of Architecture & Environmental Design
College of Engineering
Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies
College of Liberal Arts
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College of Science & Mathematics
Orfalea College of Business
Industrial Technology & Packaging
How to Apply
- Information needed to complete the application can be found in your My Cal Poly Portal, or from personal experience.
- You do not need to complete the application in one sitting; you may save your work and return at a later time.
- The application is hosted by SurveyGizmo and can be found by clicking here.
- If you need any assistance, please contact the LSAMP Office or email us!
- Don't worry, this part isn't an interview for selection...it's an opportunity for us to get to know you!
- At this meeting, we'll discuss your educational & career goals, and how LSAMP can support you on your path toward achieving them.
*Students who do not meet all eligibility requirements do not need to apply to attend LSAMP events. Events are open to all students.
Cal Poly LSAMP is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. HRD-0802628 and the CSU Chancellor's Office, and coordinated by the Center for Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Education (CESAME) at Cal Poly, SLO. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.