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Eligibility

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Graduating High School Students and Continuing Allan Hancock College Students must fill out an Eligibility Form prior to applying and meet the following National Institutes of Health/Minority Opportunities in Research eligibility and funding requirements:

  • Plan to enroll at Allan Hancock College this upcoming fall semester as a full-time student (min. 12 units)
  • Intent to transfer to a four-year university and major in a biomedical or behavioral science following completion of coursework at Allan Hancock College
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Member of a minority defined by the NIH as underrepresented in the biomedical and behavioral sciences: African American, Hispanic American, Native American, or U.S. Pacific Islander or students of any ethnicity with a documented disability with the Learning Assistance Program (LAP), or financially disadvantaged (by federal definition - FAFSA application required to verify). 

Other requirements:

  • Minimum 2.7 GPA in science courses and a 2.7 cumulative GPA in high school courses 
  • Will meet with a counselor to file a Student Education Plan when enrolled at Allan Hancock College

Please fill out an Eligibility Form

Fill out the Letter of Recommendation Form PDF 

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Brent Jordan

Brent Jordan
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"I chose the fire technology program at Allan Hancock because of what it can provide for me. It's giving me a step above the other academies and throughout the state. Graduates of this academy have gone on to be the chiefs and the captains that are going to be hiring us, so when we go in for interviews by being able to say that we graduated at this academy they know what we've experienced. Allan Hancock College has provided me with the physical and mental capabilities through the classroom training we do each day and the physical training we do each morning. This academy pushes you to your boundaries and then you begin to work on those weaknesses; your weaknesses then become your strengths so you're actually growing as a person. Allan Hancock has made a difference in my life it's really taught me who I am and where I want to be."
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