TLSAMP at Nashville State
STEM Degree Completion Support
Tennessee Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
Find academic and financial support available to minority students who major in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees.
TLSAMP is a collaboration of Tennessee colleges focused on recruiting minority students into STEM programs, and increasing retention and graduation rates of those students through a wide variety of services and strategies.
If you are a minority student majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics program, you are encouraged to become an active participant in the TLSAMP program.
Complete the TLSAMP Participant Application. The application will be required for TLSAMP student selection, program funding, and referrals to other opportunities.
Ensure your educationally meaningful participation via these TLSAMP student requirements:
- Major in a STEM field
- Attend all TLSAMP monthly seminars
- Attend periodic academic, personal and professional development breakout sessions
- Attend the annual TLSAMP Research Conference
- Interact regularly and frequently with their faculty mentors and/or advisors
Students will be selected to participate by the TLSAMP staff at the beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters. Program funding and financial assistance will be provided for those who qualify.
Dr. Reginald Gardner
Dean, Computer and Engineering Technologies
615-353-3486 or Reginald.Gardner@nscc.edu