Relationships in Science Education (RISE)

About RISE

RISE (Relationships in Science Education) is a National Science Foundation-funded project awarded to Edmonds Community College for five years to increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students graduating and transferring, increase diversity among STEM majors, graduates, and transfers, and increase the successful progression of STEM majors through gateway STEM courses. 

RiSE Scholars Program

Field Trip to UW Engineering Department Spring 2015Students can apply to join the RiSE Scholars Program and receive direct support in STEM degree completion.

Participation in RiSE provides a community of peers, faculty, tutors and the RiSE Study Room. RiSE also offers field trips, speakers, workshops, and advising and mentoring by STEM faculty.

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Support for STEM Students

STEM Open Study Room 

Snohomish 126 ♦ Monday-Friday 12:30-5 p.m.

Join us for Group Study, Tutoring, and Faculty Office Hours and Advising. For more information and to view the schedule visit the STEM main page

RISE Site for Students

Current and prospective RISE students should visit the RISE student site to learn about and sign up for upcoming RISE events, apply to be a RISE Scholar, and explore available resources for STEM students.