STEM Instructional Support Supervisor
STEM Instructional Assistant
Rita J. Munoz
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions the STEM Center is Offering Remote Services Until Further Notice (Updated for Fall 2021)
Access Mesa’s Virtual STEM Center to Connect With STEM Tutors, Peer Mentors, and Counselors
We are located on the first floor of the Learning Resource Center (LRC-115). Our services are provided free to all Mesa College students; just remember to bring your student ID card!
If you are a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) major or taking a course in a STEM discipline you are strongly encouraged to visit the STEM Center. We are a space where STEM students engage with one-another for tutoring, mentoring, studying, workshops, researching, and much more!
The STEM Center is funded by the HSI (Hispanic Serving Institution) Title III STEM Conexiones Grant, which seeks to increase the retention rate of Hispanic and low-income students in STEM disciplines.
STEM Counseling is available at the STEM Center!* No appointment is needed. Ask our
STEM Counselor, Patricia Rodriguez questions on transfer opportunities, career advising, university transfer requirements,
and more! 15-20 min sessions are available on a first come, first served basis. Our
counseling hours are located on the left sidebar.
*Hour-long counseling sessions are available by appointment only in the Mesa Counseling Center.
Do your classes require computer access? We have desktop computers and laptops are available for check out. Our desktop computers have STEM software such as MATLAB and codeblocks installed. To check out a laptop bring your student ID and ask one of our Instructional Assistants at the front desk.
Having trouble with a STEM course? Visit the STEM Center to get specialized help with
your course materials. Tutors are trained professionals and can help in a variety
of disciplines. View our tutoring schedule to see available subjects and check walk-in hours. Our tutoring hours are located
on the left sidebar.
To learn more about general tutoring visit the Mesa Tutoring and Computing Centers website
Whiteboards are a great study tool and help create a collaborative environment during tutoring sessions. Large whiteboards are available all over the STEM Center and whiteboard markers can be checked out at our front desk.
The STEM Center is a great space for small workshops! On campus clubs and chapters
such as the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Society for Advancing
Chicanos/Hispanos and Native Americans in Science and the Computer Science Club, have
hosted workshops in the STEM Center.
For more info on space reservation contact our STEM Instructional Support Supervisor at (619) 388-2257
Need a textbook? Check if we have what you need in the STEM Center by viewing the
list of titles in our collection. Textbooks may be used during our hours of operation
within our facility. Our textbook collection has been made possible through student
and faculty textbook donations. Thank you!
For more information about our collection and donations talk to one of our Instructional Assistants at reception
Are you having trouble with a science concept? The STEM Center has science models that can be used to visualize, understand, learn and analyze concepts. With a selection ranging from a amino acid genetics to a human skeleton make sure to check out the list of our available science models.
Need to study? Our group study tables provide the perfect setting to collaborate on a project or to prepare with a group for an exam. The tables located by the back of the center have flat screen monitors which can be hooked up to a laptop via HDMI cable. The tables also have USB and power outlet ports!
STEM Center Newsletter
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STEM Interest List
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STEM Volunteer Opportunities
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Questions about the STEM Center can be directed to the STEM Instructional Support Supervisor, Brian Mackus at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (619)388-56