WE'RE SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU!

STAFF AVAILABILITY

The MEP Study Center spaces are reopening September 20, with hours from 9-5:30 Mon-Fri only. (Additional access may be available in future pending public health recommendations.) 

MEP Staff remains available virtually. 

Jennifer: Available via email: jwood3@ucsc.edu or via Zoom, google hangouts, or phone by appointment. In person appointments are available. Check tinyurl.com/talktojennifer or email Jennifer for appointment times and for virtual drop-in hours.

Danay: Available via email: dweldega@ucsc.edu, phone:  831-459-1604, and via Zoom by appointment.
 

"Build a good support system; it will make you invincible."  --Luz Lule Camargo, Electrical Engineering '18

Welcome to MEP

MEP Staff will be working remotely. 

Jennifer: Available via email: jwood3@ucsc.edu or via Zoom by appointment. Visits to campus may be arranged as needed.

Danay: Available via email: dweldega@ucsc.edu, phone:  831-459-1604, and via Zoom by appointment.

MEP Calendar

"Build a good support system; it will make you invincible."  --Luz Lule Camargo, Electrical Engineering '18

The MESA Engineering Program, also known as the Multicultural Engineering Program at the University of California Santa Cruz campus, is the university level component of the statewide Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) - a program of the University of California Office of the President. At UC Santa Cruz, MEP is supported by the Baskin School of Engineering with its goal to promote diversity and facilitate the retention and graduation of a diverse population of students, especially groups which continue to remain the most underrepresented in engineering studies. 

We Work To Benefit You!

 

  • Academic and personal advising
  • 24-hour access to resource/study center facility
  • printer and internet access 
  • Tutoring
  • Lending library
  • MESA sponsored events
  • Scholarship opportunities 
  • Community service & outreach

MEP provides a variety of academic

and personal support to

encourage the academic success

of aspiring engineering students.

MEP serves students who are first in

their family to attend college,

first to enroll in computer science or

engineering studies,

and are from historically

underrepresented or marginalized groups.