The Upward Bound Math-Science Program (UBMS) works with eligible high school students to achieve the academic the preparation, motivation and confidence needed to complete high school and successfully pursue postsecondary programs, especially in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) field. The Program serves students from low-income families and/or where neither parent holds a bachelor's degree.
UBMS is especially interested in helping students recognize and develop their potential to excel in the fields of math and science and pursue postsecondary degrees in these fields.
The Program hosts both a Residential Summer Session and an Academic Year Session. Students participate in a five week (six weeks for rising seniors) residential Summer Session and also commit to attending at least two Saturday Session during the academic year.
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