BEFORE SUBMITTING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION FOR A HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAM, YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ADMISSION APPLICATION.
The application, official transcripts from all colleges attended, the Radiography Observation form, and any applicable test scores must be received by February 1 to be eligible for the program. Program acceptance or denial letters will be mailed in mid-March.
- Program begins in May. Notification regarding acceptance into the program is mailed by late-March.
At the time of application, applicants must be eligible to enter college level Math and English. For the 3-year Pathway, applicants must have a minimum of 16 credits of the following courses completed on in progress at the time of application. The courses include ENG 101 English Composition, MAT 109 Introduction to Statistics or MAT 114 Introduction to Applied Algebra, or MAT 101 College Algebra, BIO 116 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health or BIO 204 Human Anatomy and Physiology II, PSY 101 General Psychology, and Arts/Humanities Elective.
- If you have recently graduated from high school, you must also submit your SAT/ACT test scores in English and in Math. If you are applying for the 2-year Pathway, additional information can be accessed by contacting the Student Support Specialist of the Health Sciences Division or in the HCC catalog.
The radiography program is an oversubscribed program which means that there are more applicants than there are available seats in the program. Students are selected for admission based on a point system. Applicants are scored following the following guidelines:
Applicant has completed 16 credits or more of the Radiography general education courses, use GPA to score (general education courses must all be a grade of “C” or higher to count),
Applicant has completed less than 16 credits of the Radiography general education courses, please use SAT scores, if SAT scores are on file and were taken within 5 years of the application deadline,
- Applicant has completed less than 16 credits of the Radiography general education courses and has no SAT scores on file, or did not take the SAT within 5 years of the application deadline, use TEAS Test scores.
- Applicant has completed 16 credits or more of the Radiography general education courses, use GPA to score (general education courses must all be a grade of “C” or higher to count),
- There are also advanced imaging certificates in Computed Tomography Imaging (CER.CTI) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CER.MRI) available.