LSAMP has been supported since 1996 by the State University of New York Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (SUNY LSAMP), a National Science Foundation grant program.
The SUNY LSAMP is a coalition of 16 institutions within the State University of New York system. The coalition works in collaboration with federal, state and local government agencies; major national laboratories; private industry and foundations; and professional and community organizations.
What We Do?
LSAMP helps students:
- Successfully make the transition to a Research 1 university
- Excel in math, science or engineering majors
- Graduate on the "cutting - edge" of their discipline
- Continue studies in a graduate program
How to apply
To be eligible for Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP), you must:
- Be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident committed to the LSAMP mission of increasing the number of historically underrepresented minorities graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
- Pursue an undergraduate degree in Biology, Biological Science, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering (Biomedical, Electrical and Computer, Mechanical, Industrial Systems), Environmental Science, Geological Science, Mathematics, and/or Physics
- Remain committed to fulfilling all the responsibilities of LSAMP participation
While we are not currently accepting applications, LSAMP services are still being provided. For additional support, we invite all potential LSAMP students to apply to the Binghamton University Collegiate Science and Technology Program (CSTEP).