Washington State University Received 3 Grants Totaling $4 million to Support Veterans, STEM Students, and Future Teachers

Washington State University has received 3 student support services grants totaling $4 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The grants will renew funding for the Aspiring Teacher Leadership and Success program and allow the creation of two new programs. One of the new programs will focus on the support of veterans who are pursuing undergraduate degrees at WSU. The third program will support students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. These programs will serve between 120 to 140 low income and first-generation students annually.