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  • Welcome!
    If you are African-American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, or member of any other ethnic/racial minority group that is under-represented in the biomedical sciences you may qualify for this unique program in Kansas.

    What is it?

    Bridges to the Bachelorís is a program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and is aimed at under-represented minority students who wish to pursue careers in the Biomedical Sciences.

     

    How?

    You may begin your studies at your community college and transfer to Kansas State University to complete your BS degree. 

    Who?

    Kansas State University and 3 Kansas Community Colleges participate in this program:  Dodge City Community College, Garden City Community College, and Seward County Community College.   

    Financial Aid?

    This program offers full tuition at the community college and at Kansas State University to those who enter and continue with the program.
     

     

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    Bridges Application
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    Kansas State University
    February 5, 2010