Biology Department - Program Resources

Program Resources for Biology Majors

Scholarshipsbiology majors


  • For full-time sophomore or junior student majoring in Biology
  • GPA must be 3.3 and be maintained for renewal
  • Financial need considered, but not primary consideration
  • For in-state or reciprocal state students only
  • Foundation Scholarship Application, letter of recommendation from faculty member and current transcript required 
  • $2,250
  • 2009-2010 Recipient Eric Falk


  • Junior or Senior at Fort Lewis College with 3.0 or higher GPA
  • Preference to Colorado residents
  • Foundation Scholarship Application, letter of recommendation from faculty member and current transcript required
  • $2,000
  • 2009-2010 Recipient Colleen O’Brien

Download Application Form



The Minority Access to Research Careers – Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research Program (MARC U*STAR) at Fort Lewis College is funded by a research training grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, one of the National Institutes of Health.

MARC U*STAR prepares Native American, African American, Hispanic, and Pacific Islander students majoring in scientific disciplines to pursue Ph.D.s and long term careers in
biomedical or behavioral science research.  

There are two ways for students to participate in the MARC U*STAR - click here for more information.

Pre-Health Advising

Fort Lewis College has a wide variety of courses that fulfill the pre-requisite coursework requirements for training programs in many different health professions including medicine, physician assistant, veterinary medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, and physical therapy.  The college can work with each student to customize their education to meet criteria for admission to a number of different professional schools.  We also have a faculty Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee which is available to provide a number of services to students.

For more information click here.

Statistical Resource Page for students from the Math Department

Confused about what statistical test to run for your data set? Use this website to help you chose the best method.

Thanks to Dr Ava Santos, Dr. Beverel Chew and Dr. Sue Krauss for providing this resource.