STEM City at Hamilton Hall

A student success initiative for first year STEM majors living in Hamilton Hall

stem City Wall ClingThe intersection of Residential Living, Academic Learning, and Community Building

What is STEM City?  STEM City is a living-learning community organized for new first-time, first-year students who have an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  It is comprised of two cohorts: CoSM STEM Citizens and College of Engineering and Computer Science students.  Each cohort has its own identity and specialized services although there is some overlap in programming and interactions.

Why should you become a CoSM STEM Citizen?  Students who become CoSM STEM Citizens receive structured academic and social programming, specialized technology, and educational resources and services that create opportunities for community bonding and connecting new students to faculty, staff, and other students in their discipline.

CoSM STEM City Features:
  • First-Year Transition to College Seminar (SM1990, 1 credit hour), required
  • Supplemental Instruction for Biology and Chemistry Classes
  • Tutoring Services and Study Coach
  • Academic and Social Programs
  • Professional Academic Advising
  • Research and Leadership Opportunities
How to become a CoSM STEM Citizen?
1

STEP 1

Select Hamilton Hall/STEM City on your Housing Application

2

STEP 2

Sign up for Summer Orientation and make STEM City your preferred Learning Community on your Pre-Orientation Questionnaire

3

STEP 3

Register for SM1990: STEM Success

 
STEM City Contacts:

Angela Jean Griffith, M.S.

Department:
College of Eng & Computer Sci Admin
Title:
Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs
Address:
Russ Engineering Center 405J, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Phone:
937-775-5003

Dan Bertsos

Department:
Residence Life & Housing
Title:
Director, Residence Life and Housing
Address:
Forest Lane Community Center, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Phone:
937-775-4172