Creating a Path to STEM Careers for Under-Represented Minorities is a 3-year project that addresses the urgent need to increase participation and support in psychology for students who have historically been excluded from the science-based subfields of psychology, specifically neuro-clinical psychology, cognitive science and neuropsychology. The project will offer a science and mathematics-heavy STEM minor that is culturally responsive and promotes students’ confidence, motivation, and sense of belonging. Another key goal of the project is to develop a pipeline that links students enrolled in the Psychology STEM minor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) to Bachelor of Science program in psychology at the City College of New York’s (CCNY). Psychology faculty from BMCC and CCNY will work collaboratively to facilitate a smooth transition between the two academic programs. Overall, the project aims to disrupt the barriers that psychology students confront by providing academic supports that promote the cognitive and non-cognitive factors related to student success.