Application Process

 All students admitted to the Radiologic Technology program must successfully pass a criminal background check and a drug screen.                              

  1. Provide copy of high school transcript or GED. Transcript and diploma must be attached to your application. Please provide official transcripts for any college you have attended.
  2. Complete Radiologic Technology application, attach applicable transcripts, and attach items from steps 1 - 3.
  3. Please answer the following questions using a Word document:
    1. Explain your reasons for choosing Radiologic Technology as a career.
    2. The Radiologic Technology courses are very time intensive. What plans have you made to prepare to meet this schedule?
    3. What are your plans and aspirations for the future?
  4. The applicant will be required to take the ATI TEAS exam.
    1. To register for this exam, visit: www.atitesting.com
    2. The fee for the exam must be paid when you register for the exam online. The exam is taken at the NPC Testing Center. 
  5. All paperwork must be completed and returned to Radiologic Technology office by April 15.
  6. Schedule a meeting with program faculty and attend a mandatory admissions meeting. 

Admissions Procedures

Admission process to the Radiologic Technology Program is selective.  Minimum GPA (grade point average) for admission consideration is 2.5. All Science courses must be completed within the last 7 years. Grade point averages are calculated using only the pre-requisite courses required in the Radiologic Technology program. Selection decisions are made in late May by the Radiologic Technology program faculty.

 Criteria for admission:

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA  (grade point average) from required pre-requisite courses. All pre-requisite courses must be completed with a C or better. All science courses must be completed within the last 7 years.
  • All students applying for the program must take the ATI TEAS Exam. A minimum score of 56 is required to be considered for the program. This test may be taken twice/admission cycle.

Both in terms of staff and programs, the College endorses the principles, goals, and objectives of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. The College continues to take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, creed, color, sex, age, disability, national origin, or religion. Further, no person in any educational program or activity conducted by the College shall be discriminated against or denied equal access or equal opportunity. Inquiries regarding Title IX, ADA, and Section 504 should be directed to the Vice President for Student Services in the Gerald Fisher Building (501-760-4203).