East is funded by the National Science Foundation, Research in Disabilities Education, Cooperative Agreement No. HRD-0833567.
The goal of the EAST program for STEM students is to increase the number of students with disabilities (disclosed or undisclosed) entering the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. EAST provides undergraduate research fellowships, internships, transition services, a learning community, tutoring, mentoring, experiences in STEM for high school students, and a summer research institute.
Please navigate the EAST website for more information on our program and our disability services for STEM students.