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STEM Summer Academy at GCC provides a FREE STEM course, activities, and advising to current and new STEM Majors.

    The STEM Summer Academy at GCC 2021

    SSA is funding free spaces in 7 summer courses for STEM majors. Please see course listings and applicable majors below. Some of these courses are reserved entirely for STEM majors and others are a mixture of grant-funded and regular seats.

    (Please note: due to changes in the SSA Grant we are unable to fund current High School students at this time. Graduating seniors enrolled at GCC as STEM majors for the fall of 2021 are eligible)

    Summer I — May 24-July 8

    Code Title Credits STEM Seats 
    ENG 116- 13 English Composition II: Analysis of Literature & Film 3 20
    MAT 107- 13 College Algebra 4 10

    Summer II — July 15-August 25

    Code Title Credits STEM Seats 
    MAT 096- 13 Intermediate Algebra 4 10
    MAT 108- 13 Precalculus 4 10
    CSC 101- 13 Programming Fundamentals 4 10
    EVS 101- 13 Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability 3 20
    BIO 126- 13 Biology I 4 20

    Eligible STEM Majors:

    CSC, EGS, EGT, FFS, LAH, LBI, LCS, LEN, LEN1, LFF, LFO, LMA LPL, BIO, CHE, LSM, LRE, SEE, REE

    Process:

    In order for any student to register for these courses, STEM major or otherwise, they must email SSA@gcc.mass.edu from their GCC e-mail address. In the body of the email, they must list their ID number, major and the course they wish to take. Students must have their prerequisites in order (and overridden if necessary) before sending this e-mail. All seats in these courses are first-come, first-served: no seats can be reserved while waiting for documents. Students will receive a confirmation e-mail when they have been registered. If there are no more grant-funded seats available, the coordinator will reach out to the student to inquire if they would like to register for a non-funded seat.

    Billing process for grant-funded seats:

    If the student is a STEM major and there are funded seats available, the bursar will process the grant waiver after the add/drop period. If they receive a bill before that date they should ignore it- if they accidentally pay the bill they will be refunded by the bursar.