In the spring, I'll be graduating with a math degree from one university, I'm still continuing my undergraduate education next fall to get a physics degree (and/or to do premed studies) at another university. So basically, I'm going to be a graduate in limbo between two universities during the summer. I'm wondering if it will be possible for me to get into any REUs in this situation? I think with a physics minor I've got enough physics education on my belt to do one, but I'm not sure if I qualify since I won't exactly be "in" any undergraduate programs during the summer. I'll be leaving one in the spring, and starting another one in the fall. I know these things are intended for undergraduates, and I'm going to be a graduate who is... still an undergraduate. But not quite yet taking classes for my next degree. I'd really like to do something with the next summer that's not working at K-Mart or something like that. I also really want to get a taste for the physics research environment and see if it's something I'd really like to do, which would help me decide between pursuing a career in physics or in medicine.