Wilberforce University has an impressive history that sets it apart from other higher education institutions in the nation. Wilberforce University, founded in 1856, has stayed true to its founding principles of self-determination and access to academic excellence. Wilberforce University is a four-year, fully accredited liberal arts institution offering 20 academic concentrations in business, communications, computing and engineering sciences, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Wilberforce University also offers dual degree programs in architecture, aerospace, and nuclear engineering. Wilberforce also spawned another institution, Payne Theological Seminary. It was founded in 1891 as an outgrowth of the Theological Department at Wilberforce University. Today, Wilberforce University continues to build on its sacred traditions in the 21st Century. Academic Affairs is the division at the University with the responsibility for introducing students to the exciting life of ideas and the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for success in a diverse and dynamic world. The academic program is based on the time-honored tradition of the liberal arts and organized in colleges and programs and offers a variety of majors and concentrations to address the intellectual and creative interests of our students. Our campus is a visual delight of modern buildings which includes the Wolfe Administration Building, the Alumni Multiplex, Student Health Center, Communications Complex, the John L. Henderson Hall, and the Louis Stokes Health and Wellness Center. Dr. Michael Saint Luke-Robinson is an Assistant Provost for Accreditation, Research, and Faculty Affairs. NASA’s program is designed to provide training in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to underprivileged students to support NASAs future needs. There are 17 NASA SEMAA project sites through the United States. Through this partnership, Wilberforce offers training sessions for students in grades K-12 during the academic year and during the summer. The AEL is computerized classroom that provided technology to students in grades 7–12 that supports the SEMAA training sessions.