21 Texas Schools Get HSI STEM and Articulation Programs Grants

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded 21 Texas colleges and universities with HSI STEM and Articulation Programs Grants worth up to $1.2 million. The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities describes what the grants should be used for.
The awards were announced on Sept. 26 by the U.S. Department of Education. About $100 million is designated for 109 grants that will support the development of articulation between two and four year institutions or enhance science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) components at HSIs. The grants may be used for purposes such as scientific or laboratory equipment for teaching, the construction or renovation of facilities, purchasing educational materials, academic tutoring or counseling programs, teacher education, and student support services.
  • Amarillo College (Texas) – $868,508
  • Angelo State University (Texas) – $1,177,817
  • Coastal Bend College (Texas) – $870,000
  • Del Mar College (Texas) – $869,656
  • El Centro College (Texas) – $869,930
  • El Paso Community College (Texas) – $1,183,179
  • Galveston College (Texas) – $869,533
  • Howard County Junior College District (Texas) – $869,871
  • Laredo Community College (Texas) – $870,000
  • Lee College (Texas) – $843,253
  • Lone Star College-North Harris (Texas) – $869,900
  • Mountain View College (Texas) – $816,185
  • Palo Alto College (Texas) – $864,549
  • San Antonio College, Alamo Community College District (Texas) – $1,147,828
  • Sul Ross State University (Texas) – $869,993
  • Texas A&M International University – $869,991
  • Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi – $868,994
  • University of St. Thomas (Texas) – $1,198,847
  • University of Texas at San Antonio – $820,727
  • University of the Incarnate Word (Texas) – $1,198,369
  • Western Texas College – $866,210
  • Wharton County Junior College District (Texas) – $868,293

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