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School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

(567) 661-7451


The School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) will prepare you for a career in any one of a number of careers that are in demand. The workplace needs skilled, creative, problem-solving technicians, and the School of STEM will prepare you for a successful career in the field that interests you most. Whatever technology you choose to pursue, you will find that your instructors are dedicated to your success.

Many technology courses have labs that provide you with the hands-on experience that employers are looking for. And if you’re planning to continue your education at a 4-year college, our dedicated advisors can help you determine the most seamless pathway to help you achieve your goals.

A degree or certificate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will provide you with the tools you need for a successful and challenging career. Your future starts today, and the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will help you achieve your goals.

Successful completion of a program of study at the College does not guarantee licensure, certification, employment in a relevant occupation, or transferability/admission to other educational institutions or programs.

Contact us at (567) 661-7451
Diana Stachowiak
Chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Technologies
diana_stachowiak@owens.edu
(567) 661-7456
Sherri Johnson
Chair, Transportation Technologies
sherri_johnson@owens.edu
(567) 661-7136
Majid Sawtarie
Chair, Life and Natural Sciences
majid_sawtarie@owens.edu
(567) 661-7771
Michelle Younker
Chair, Mathematics
michelle_younker@owens.edu
(567) 661-2640
Glenn Rettig
Dean
glenn_rettig@owens.edu
(567) 661-7457
Owens Community College has been named a 2016-17 STEM Jobs Approved College by STEMJobs.com!
Owens Community College has been named a 2016-17 STEM Jobs Approved College by STEMJobs.com!

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Scholarships

The scholarships found on this webpage are specific to degrees within the School of Science, Technology, and Mathematics (STEM). Although procedures and deadlines vary, many scholarship applications require the student to write an essay. Tips for writing a scholarship essay are available from the Writing Center. Some scholarships through professional organizations may require a membership to apply.

In addition to these scholarships there are a variety local opportunities that offer tuition reimbursement based on academic achievement; and other financial aid programs, scholarships and on-campus employment opportunities available at Owens Community College. For more information, visit the College scholarship website.