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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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Ashley Pickard
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