- Demonstrate scholarship in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines.
- Have a 2.8 GPA or higher and engage in tutoring.
- Have interest in pursuing graduate studies leading to a Ph.D.
- Submit estimated Study Log Sheets and short Monthly Summary sheets.
- Must attend 2 seminars a semester. One should be in the perspective department or discipline.
- Conference attendance necessary which is fully funded by LS-LAMP
- Be willing to participate in undergraduate research and related UL-LAMP activities.
- Freshman/Sophomore - receive 10 hours of tutoring: 4 hours of mentoring with assigned faculty and 6 hours of tutoring/study hall.
- Junior/Senior - receive 10 hours of tutoring: 2 hours of tutoring freshman/sophomore LS-LAMP Scholars, 2 hours tutoring/study hall, and 6 hours of mentoring.
- Freshman/Sophomore - 500 word Essay on recent technology in major field.
- Sophomore/Junior- Resume and cover letter for prospective job in major field.
- Junior- 300 word Essay on career opportunities in major field
Senior- 500 word Essay or Presentation or Poster Display on (Choose One):
- Importance of attending graduate school (OR)
- Undergraduate research topic-current semester
Program information is available in the LS-LAMP office, located in DeClouet Hall, room 106-L. We understand that you may have a busy schedule so you can also fill out an application and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at (337) 482-6833. We look forward to hearing from you and are excited to help you reach your next educational milestone.