Bridges to Baccalaureate Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) for Front Range Community College Students

Program Overview     |      Specifics (dates, compensation, duties)    |     Mentors and Projects     |     Application



Colorado State University hosts an undergraduate research program in biomedical and behavioral sciences in summer 2019, as sponsored by the National Institutes of Health’s “Bridges to Baccalaureate” (B2B) grant. This Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program is offered exclusively to students from Front Range Community College in Colorado, who want to better understand what it may look like to work as researchers in science. Our unique summer experience combines

  • the opportunity to get paid to learn
  • a summertime spent in beautiful Fort Collins
  • a chance to meet other student researchers from around the nation
  • access to world-class researchers working in areas of behavioral and biomedical health science.

Hover over the tabs above to find more information about the program’s offerings and will navigate you to the application to apply.

The application deadline is February 21, 2020.



  • Do you have questions about the program or need help with the application? Please drop-in (any time) to one of the free workshops in Challenger Point Building (FRCC Larimer Campus) room 228:

    Wednesday 1/29 9am-12:30pm

    Friday 2/7 10am-4pm

    Wednesday 2/12 2:30pm-6pm

    Friday 2/14 9am-4pm

    Monday 2/17 9am-12:00pm

    Tuesday 2/18 12pm-5pm

    Wednesday 2/19 9am-12:30pm

    Thursday 2/20 1pm-5:30pm

  • Read our FAQs
  • Reach out to one of your science instructors for recommendations/proof-reading help

If you still have questions, reach out:

B2B Student Success Coach at Front Range: Erin Pitts,

CSU B2B REU Program Coordinator/Transfer Advisor: Heather Matthews, (970) 491-0266,


Program Overview     |      Specifics (dates, compensation, duties)    |     Mentors and Projects     |     Application


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