The Skyline College STEM Center brings together academic and student support services for students taking science, technology, engineering and math courses. The center supports student success by ensuring students have access to resources such as academic tutoring, counseling services, a resource depository for STEM pathways and transfer, a hub for internships and work based learning opportunities, as well as a place where students and staff can collaborate and build a community and supportive connection (using our own STEM Center Discord Server).
The STEM Center is located in Building 7, Room 7-303 & 7-307. For more information contact Bryan Swartout, the Program Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab)
The Fab Lab is a space where your creativity and your imagination have no boundaries. We give you access to the tools, training and community you'll need to feel comfortable building just about anything. We help you to evolve your technical and mechanical skills, develop your creativity and find new ways to improvise and be innovative. The Fab Lab is a production workshop and small-scale innovation hub equipped with digital fabrication machines and technologies for the production of objects, tools and electronics.
The Fabrication Lab is located in Building 7, Room 7304 & 7310. For more information contact Marco Wehrfritz, the Fabrication Lab Coordinator at email@example.com.
MESA (Math, Engineering & Science Achievement)
The MESA (Math, Engineering, & Science Achievement) Program at Skyline College provides support, encouragement and assistance to students with math and science based majors. MESA serves economically disadvantaged students who plan to transfer to a four-year university and major in such subjects as Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Engineering, Math, Physics, and Pre-Med. The MESA Program offers academic and transfer counseling, field trips to universities and industries, Academic Excellence Workshops, and leadership development opportunities. Students also have access to the MESA Center, which gives them a chance to work on school projects, meet other students with similar majors, and participate in MESA activities.
The MESA Center is located in Building 7, Room 7309. For more information contact Stephen Fredricks, the MESA Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.