Future STEM Students

What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM careers are high in demand for many industries in the Dallas a​nd North Texas area. What does that mean for you? For one, better job prospects for graduating STEM college students. Click here for more info.

Why STEM at Eastfield?​

  • Travel opportunities.
  • Career-centered STEM academic advising.
  • Transfer advising and assistance.
  • Field research opportunities.
  • Academic conferences.
  • FREE TSI test prep boot camps.
  • Student science club.
  • College engagement opportunities.
  • Supplemental instruction - math and science tutoring.

TSI Prep

Take advantage of our free TSI Exam preparation boot camps. Our boot camps help students improve their math TSI score that determines their course placement in college-ready math courses. This can potentially save students time and money!

Apply Now

If you are interested in building, creating, researching or solving problems in everyday science, technology, engineering or math scenarios, please fill out our STEM Interest Form.

If you require assistance in applying to Eastfield, contact us at 4STEMinfo@dcccd.edu


Any Eastfield student who is interested in pursuing a STEM Career is eligible to utilize the SASS Center's program benefits!

Registering for Courses

Stop by the SASS Center to speak to one of our STEM academic advisors. Your STEM academic advisor can help you identify your best course of study, in addition to getting you registered for courses this semester. You can schedule an academic advising appointment via phone, walk-in or email.

Learn more about your STEM Guided Pathway and course offerings.

STEM Guided Pathway