The goal of Upward Bound Math Science is to help you recognize and develop
your potential to excel in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and to encourage you to purse a college degree in these subjects.
To be a member of the Upward Bound Math Science
program you must:
In Upward Bound Math Science you would participate in hands-on and exploratory Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) activities, as well as work in labs. Once you are an Upward Bound Math Science member you participate in both the school year and the summer residential program every year of high school until you graduate.
During the school year, program staff visits you at your high school twice a month and provide help and guidance with any problems you may be having. Tutors are available to you as needed. You as a Upward Bound Math Science student will come to the Cumberland Campus one Saturday a month to attend an intensive academic session that provides extra instruction, tutoring, ACT prep, community service activities, and workshops.
During the six-week summer residential program, you live in a dorm and attend classes. Classes are offered in math, science, literature, grammar, computers, foreign languages, and more. You will also have the chance to have fun, see new places, and create new cultural experiences during the summer.
All services in this program are FREE! And you receive a small stipend for your participation!