Eligibility Requirements

Haskell Indian Nations University students in good academic standing are eligible to apply. Students who are accepted into the program must be seeking an undergraduate degree in the sciences and have an interest in pursuing a career in biomedical research.

Application Instructions

A complete application packet includes the following items:

  1. A completed and signed application form
  2. A one page application essay addressing the following question: "How do you see participation in this program augmenting your career goals?"
  3. An official copy of your current transcript


Submit all materials to the Bridge program coordinator:

Becky Welton
Program Coordinator
Haskell Indian Nations University
155 Indian Avenue
133 Ross Hall
Lawrence, KS 66046


Applications are accepted throughout the year. Upon receipt, each application is reviewed by a steering committee consisting of faculty and staff from Haskell and KU, and offers are extended on a monthly basis. To inquire about the status of your application, please contact the Bridge program coordinator.

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