Program Information

The Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (ALSAMP) strives through its twelve member institutions to increase the quality and quantity of under-represented minority students completing baccalaureate degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The interaction of ALSAMP students and faculty and the facilities are advantageous for all. The undergraduate institutions benefit from having their students participate in research experiences with research faculty, while the research institutions have the opportunity to work with, identify and recruit highly qualified minority students seeking to attend graduate school. The diversity of the Alliance: Historically Black Colleges/Universities, majority institutions, public and private institutions, and research and teaching institutions boast a new era of cooperation as the Alliance seeks to maximize learning opportunities and increase the achievement bar for all ALSAMP students.

LSAMP students receive financial support to attend high standing state, private and HBCU institutions and earn academic degrees in the areas of STEM while receiving tutoring, mentoring, career counseling, travel to attend local and national professional conferences, sponsored occasions to interact with peers and professionals in their field of study, summer internship opportunities, social progression experiences and facilitated access to graduate/professional schools.

ALSAMP Internships

ALSAMP Scholarships

Drop-In Center


ALSAMP Scholars/Bridge to the Doctorate Conference

ALSAMP Summer Bridge Program

Other Program Activities

History and Goals
Program Information
Program Results
Program Staff
Principal Investigators
Bridge to the Doctorate
2009 BD Magazine
2009 LSAMP Magazine
National Science Foundation
The Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance
for Minority Participation