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STEM Excellence Network


The Los Angeles Mission College STEM Excellence Network is a dynamic and inclusive initiative designed to empower students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) degrees. Rooted in collaboration between multiple STEM programs, including the Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) program and the Department of Education Title III Grant STEM Mission's Excellence Towards the Advancement of Students (METAS). Our mission is to cultivate a diverse and thriving community of aspiring STEM professionals.

How to Get Involved:

Joining the STEM Excellence Network opens the door to a world of opportunities, connections, and growth. Whether you're just beginning your STEM journey or looking to enhance your skills, our program is tailored to meet your needs.

Join the STEM Excellence Network!
Contact Info:
Carlos Figueroa Arroyo
Program Director
(818) 833-3447

What Sets Us Apart:

Access academic resources:

Access to opportunities:

  • Research and internship
  • Priority for professional conference attendance
  •  Networking opportunities

Professional development and career guidance

  • Career exploration
  • Resume building
  • Interview preparation
  • Navigating the professional landscape within the STEM field.

Forge meaningful connections with like-minded peers, fostering a supportive environment for growth and collaboration

  • Social Events
  • University and Industry Tours
  • Student Club support

What's Going On in STEM @ LAMC

STEM Opportunities

Research and Internships

Don't miss out on summer opportunities. Apply now!

Available Opportunities

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LAMC Secures $5 Million in Combined Funding for STEM

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Our LAMC STEM Excellence Network

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The Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC) Math, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) Program is committed to cultivating highly prepared students ready for transfer in calculus-based STEM disciplines. The MESA program aims to offer assistance to students preparing to transfer to a 4-year university to pursue a STEM degree. MESA strives to empower first-generation, low-income, and educationally disadvantaged students, thereby contributing to the growth of underrepresented groups in STEM fields.

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STEM Mission’s Excellence Towards the Advancement of Students (METAS) is a Department of Education Title III funded project with the goal to increase the number of Los Angeles Mission College Hispanic and low-income students who complete or transfer in STEM fields.

STEM Student Clubs

Math Club

Los Angeles Mission College MATH Club

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Los Angeles Mission College STEM Club

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Mission X

Los Angeles Mission College - Mission X club

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Other Resources for STEM Students

The Learning Resource Center offers learning assistance (both individual and group), topic-specific workshops, review sessions, and mock exams -- all free of charge! These resources serve all of our students and are designed for the successful completion of your classes, programs, and certificates.

Math Center

Math students can meet with tutors one-on-one or in groups for assistance in the Math Tutoring Center (East Campus, CMS Building) in CMS-121 or online!

Science Center

Science students can join study groups or receive one-on-one tutoring in the Science Tutoring Center located in the HFAC Science Tutoring Center (first floor, East Campus, HFAC Building) in HFAC-108 or online

Click here to access the tutoring schedule

The Learning Center also offers learning assistance for a variety of subjects:

  • English
  • Math (all levels)
  • Science
  • Computer Science
  • Chicano Studies
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Psychology and MORE!
Please Note:
  • Learning support is based on tutor availability and is subject to change without notice. 

  • We do not offer tutoring for courseware/software or applications used in your coursework. Please contact your instructor to schedule an office hour appointment for one-on-one support. 
Writing Center

The Writing Center is located on the first floor of the LRC Building (Main Campus) for help with all your written assignments and general tutoring for non-STEM courses. Meet with tutors one-on-one or in groups for assistance on campus or online!

While we work to foster success in the short-term learning goals our students bring to us, we believe in the LRC's ability to promote long-term academic success and create lifelong learners. Therefore, the Writing Center staff is not available to proofread your papers or fix your grammar/syntax. Please use NetTutor's paper drop-off center, Microsoft Word, or other applications such as Grammarly for more assistance. 



Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC) has agreements with universities and colleges that give students who participate in the Honors Program various transfer application advantages, the most important being priority admission.

Interested in transferring to UCLA? 
If you are interested in transferring to UCLA, we have a special honors transfer program called the UCLA Transfer Alliance/Honors Program (TAP). Over 90% of our Certified Honors Students are accepted into UCLA (vs. less than 20% of non-certified students that are accepted).

Honors Coordinator: Dr. Mike Fenton, (818) 364-7888, with office located in the Center for Math and Sciences CMS, #243.


STEM Counseling provides comprehensive guidance for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, fostering academic excellence, career development, and personal growth. Our dedicated counselors offer personalized support, helping students navigate challenges, set goals, and maximize their potential in the dynamic STEM landscape.

Office Hours and Location
In-Person Hours (CSM 013)
Monday to Thursday: 9:00AM - 4:30PM
Friday: 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Email: @email
Phone: (818) 364-7600 x4161