S N N A - L S A M P


"Research Possibilities For The Future"

The Southern Nevada Northern Arizona Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (SNNA-LSAMP) an alliance of colleges which focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The Program is a federally funded research and training program that is sponsored by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The overall goal of the LSAMP Program is to ensure that a greater number of minority students graduate and pursue careers in STEM fields. The Program also aims to promote a lasting change is how STEM disciplines are viewed by the minority culture of the participating institutions.


Eligibility Requirements Program Benefits
  • Ethnic group: African American, Hispanic American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Native Pacific Islander
  • Interested in a STEM-related discipline
  • Coconino Community College (CCC) Student
  • Extracurricular STEM-enrichment activities for participants
  • Priority registration status when transferring to NAU or UNLV as a CCC-LSAMP scholar

  • Ambassador mentoring

  • Academic support through tutorials and workshops

LSAMP Application Form

 LSAMP Application


For more information about SNNA or LSAMP contact:

Dr. Gonzalo Perez
Associate Vice President – Academic Affairs
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