STEM Four-year Degree Opportunities

Illinois Institute of Technology - Presidential Scholarship

Oakton students majoring in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), or social sciences with a focus on STEM issues may apply for the Presidential Scholarship at the Illinois Institute of Technology. For more information, visit the IIT Presidential Scholarship page.

Illinois State University - Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship

The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program at Illinois State University seeks to encourage talented science and mathematics majors and/or professionals to become K-12 teachers in the Chicago Public Schools. The program provides stipends and scholarships for qualified students enrolled in the Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Physics, Earth Science/Geology, and Chemistry Teacher Education programs.

Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL - Noyce Scholarship Program

Roosevelt University seeks to encourage science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors and professionals to become middle school and high school teachers in biology, chemistry, and mathematics.The program provides scholarships and stipends to qualified students enrolled in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics Teacher Education programs.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Engineering Pathways

Engineering Pathways offers guaranteed admission to the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) for qualifying students who complete their first two years of coursework at Oakton Community College. Application is due in March.

University of Illinois at Chicago - CS Scholars Program

The University of Illinois Chicago Computer Science Department is offering scholarships to incoming Computer Science freshman and transfer students. For more information, visit the UIC CS Scholars page.

University of Wisconsin at Stout

Oakton has an articulation agreement with the Applied Science Program at University of Wisconsin at Stout. This program emphasizes providing students with hands on research experience. UW-Stout has also received a grant to award students scholarships to majors in Applied Sciences. Contact Dr. Charles Bomar for more information.