Hispanic serving institutions
Surf the pipeline to stem success grant
Surf The Pipeline To STEM Success (Pipeline) is an innovative endeavor by Arizona Western College (AWC) and Northern Arizona University-Yuma Branch Campus (NAU) to increase the number of Hispanic and low-income students attaining Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) degrees in Southwest Arizona. The U.S. Department of Education awarded AWC $4 million over a five year time period from 2011-2016 to complete all of the program objectives.
The Pipeline Grant's primary mission is to create pathway's for AWC students to receive their Associates of Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Automotive, Welding or Industrial Technology (75 credit hours) and transfer to NAU-Yuma to achieve a Bachelor's of Applied Science Degree (BAS) in Industrial Technology Management (45 credit hours). The Pipeline Grant also has significant funds to renovate the AWC automotive and welding labs to provide students with a state-of-the-art technology experience.
Please click on this map link in order to find the Pipeline Grant staff (AWC and NAU-Yuma) locationed on the AWC Yuma campus.
Click on the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus link below to learn more about how you can be jointly admitted to AWC and NAU-Yuma:
The Pipeline Grant staff have been working hard on the Automotive Renovation Project (video). The renovation project is complete with new paint, new floors, new computers, new laptops, new network, new simulators, and much, much more.
The next project began on August 5th, 2013 on the Welding area and will include the addition of two new classrooms, the renovation of the existing building, new simulators, and new equipment. Click here to see the progress.
Approved AWC Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees AGEC Compliant