Hunter undergraduates from underrepresented communities who are majoring in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Psychology, or Physics may apply to the MARC Program. MARC scholars are supported for up to three years, receiving tuition remission and a stipend for their participation in research. In addition to the paid year-round laboratory research experience, scholars are part of the MARC learning community focused on student success and professional development.
Typically the application deadline is January 15th. Check with the MARC office.
The Application deadline has been extended to February 29th.