Updated Admissions Information:
- Applications will be recevied between May 1 and June 1; applications can be sent via mail service OR students may deliver IN PERSON to the campus. Location for application submission is Jim & Janet Ayers Health Sciences Building, first floor, Administratin Offices (just left to the front door)
- INTERVIEW DATE: June 21, 2021; all interviews for the program will be conducted IN PERSON on the JSCC Main Campus, Jim & Janet Ayers Health Science Building; social distancing and mask wearing may be required
The Radiologic Technology Program has specific admission requirements because of limited maximum enrollment determined by accreditation regulations including, but not limited to, clinical supervision. Applications are accepted only once per year and are only considered for one year.
There are no waiting lists for applicants. Newly admitted Radiologic Technology students begin the program during the fall term following the June 1st application period. The program length is six, consecutive semesters (24 months), including summer terms. Due to the sequencing of professional courses, applicants having completed many of the general education classes (examples: English Composition I and/or General Psychology) still require the 24-month time frame in order to complete the program.
Admission to the Radiologic Technology program is a competitive process. On average, approximately 100 applications are received each year with a maximum, permissible number of 31 students being eligible for enrollment. In the past three to four years, the program enrollment has averaged 20-24 students annually in order to remain in compliance with clinical supervision policies. Due to the high demand, the application deadline is typically not extended past June 1st.
Links provided on this page are important to the prospective student. Here you will find the link to the official Program Application and checklist. To submit a complete application packet, please review the content under Applicant Information carefully. Once a student has been accepted, the Technical Standards and Requirements of Accepted Students provide detailed information concerning the expectations of students as they begin their program experience and clinical education rotations. Finally, the program's Orientation Booklet outlines all of the specific policies and guidelines that govern a student throughout their time in RADT.