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St. Philip's College Library 

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123

Library Info  

About the Center of Excellence for Mathematics

This Center of Excellence (COE) is a cooperative effort based on community outreach, business and workforce partnerships, university transfer, college prep, and teacher professional development programs. Our center is a response to workforce needs for trained workers for high paying careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

STEM Academic Departments and Concentrations

Health Sciences Mathematics
Applied Electrical and Mechanical Technology Business Information Solutions
Aircraft, Construction & Manufacturing Natural Sciences

Scholarships & Career Development 

Community Outreach

  • GreenEnergy and Engineering Day (Feb 23, 2016). The Centers host engaging STEM activities for fifth through twelfth grade students.
  • STEM Career Day (Mar 2016). High school and college students are invited to attend to learn about STEM careers.
  •  Motivating and Engaging STEM Activities (June 2016). MESA provides an summer of fun with science, technology, engineering and math for Middle & High School, application.  College students also can apply to support the program.  
  • Science and Math Summer Academy (July 2016). SAMSA offers 11-15 year old students the opportunity to see math and science in action.  College students are also PAID to participate in the activity.
  • Women Breaking Through (Fall, 2016). WBT is an annual conference for teenage girls who are interested in pursuing academic and professional careers in STEM.
  • CORE4 Family Day (Fall, 2016). This event is coordinated to inspire 6th-9th grade students and their families to pursue STEM degrees and careers.
  •  STEM Symposium (Spring, 2016). This symposium is a single element in establishing a robust, sustainable framework for communicating the needs and interests of the greater San Antonio area.

Research Opportunities

  • CIMA Project - $3,000 undergraduate research opportunities with UTSA and TAMU-SA.
  • Campus to Careers - The National Council for Science and the Environment Clearinghouse enables students to search for environmental internships.   

Contact Information

Maria Rodriguez, M.A.

Special Projects Coordinator:
Ruben S. Prieto, M.A.

Administrative Assistant:
Stacie Coy-Mahula


St. Philip's College
Southwest Campus, Rm C-153
800 Quintana Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78211