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Washington State MESA works to support underrepresented students achieving and contributing their full potential in mathematics, engineering and science.



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    Educational Programs
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Tacoma/South Puget Sound MESA was established in 1984 and served an initial population of approximately twenty students. Since that time, the program has grown immensely and currently serves over 800 students. Over 92% of our graduates go on to colleges and universities across the country. MESA students earn university degrees in engineering and science at a rate that is nearly five times greater than the national average. (NSF 2006)

Washington State MESA works to support underrepresented students achieving and contributing their full potential in mathematics, engineering and science.