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Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) is a nationally recognized academic enrichment program that serves underrepresented populations to meet future and global workforce demands in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

The existing MESA model was first motivated in the late 1960's by a group of concerned educators at the University of California - Berkley who noted few African Americans, Latinos, and American Indians enrolled in the College of Engineering. A program of pre-college intervention was introduced, followed by similar intervention programs at four-year, and most recently, two-year institutions in California. Additional States - including Arizona, Colorado, Maryland, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington - developed similar programs and actively collaborate through the MESA USA partnership to provide opportunities for underrepresented populations in STEM.

Building upon MESA's accomplished 40-year history serving students at all levels (K-12 to baccalaureate), the Highline College MESA Program provides a vital link for ensuring success as students transition from high school to four-year institutions.

The Highline MESA program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of a broader consortium of two-year colleges in the State. Other participating colleges include Columbia Basin College, Edmonds Community College, Olympic Community College, Seattle Central Community College, and  Yakima Valley Community College. The consortium is led by the University of Washington.


Other MESA Resources:


Washington State MESA Website

California State MESA Website