Applications and Deadlines
Applications and Deadlines
The online application will be available on November 1 and will remain open until the February 1, 2024 deadline for applying to the Radiologic Technology Program for the class beginning in Summer 2024.
Application Deadline February 1.
Should you have any questions regarding the application process, you may contact Theresa Hootman, Allied Health Administrative Clerk at 440-964-4252 and she will direct your questions as needed.
Program Admission Requirements
Review the following minimum requirements. The completion of these requirements does not guarantee an interview or acceptance into the program. It is the applicant's responsibility to review transcripts from high school and/or from college/university to determine eligibility in meeting program requirements. Only those candidates who meet the following requirements should apply to the Radiologic Technology program.
Graduation from High School or GED completion before program start.
Algebra with a grade of “C” or better (no time limit)
High School Students: complete algebra course with a grade of “C” or better.
College Students: If high school algebra grade is not a “C” or better, then a developmental or college level algebra course must be completed at a university by the end of fall semester before entering the RADT program.
At Kent State University, students who test into MATH 00021 or 00022 (Basic Algebra I & II) must complete them with a grade of “C” or better to meet the math pre-requisite before the radiologic technology program start date. Note that MATH 11009, Modeling Algebra or MATH 10772 Modeling Algebra Plus must be completed before graduation from the radiologic technology program to meet degree requirements.
Biology or Anatomy & Physiology with a grade of "C" or better (within the last 5 years)
High School Students: complete biology by graduation with a “C” or better.
College Students: If applicant did not have high school or college biology with a grade of “C” or better, then a biology course must be taken at college and completed by the end of fall semester before entering the RADT program.
Recommended course is BSCI 10001, Human Biology before Anatomy and Physiology and BSCI 11010 and 11020 Foundational Anatomy & Physiology I & II or BSCI 21010 and 21020, Anatomy & Physiology I & II.
Chemistry with a grade of “C” or better (no time limit)
High School Students: complete chemistry by graduation with a “C” or better.
College Students: If an applicant did not have high school chemistry with a grade of “C” or better, then a chemistry course must be taken at a university and completed by the end of fall semester before entering the RADT program.
KSU students who did not complete high school chemistry or did not receive a grade of “C” or better are advised to take CHEM 10030, Chemistry in Our World, to be better prepared for CHEM 10050, Fundamentals of Chemistry or CHEM 10055, Molecules of Life. Prerequisite for Fundamentals of Chemistry or Molecules of Life is MATH 11009 to 4999 or MATH 10772.
Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.75 (on a 4.00 scale) from your most recent education record. (GPA used will also be dependent on credit hours involved: Ex: 4 vs 20 credits)
High School Students: Cumulative GPA reviewed on transcript.
College cumulative GPA will be considered for applicants who have previously or are currently attending a college or university and these applicants must have at least a cumulative GPA of 2.75 by the end of fall semester before entering the RADT program.
Job Shadowing: Four (4) hours of job shadowing by the application deadline. See information packet for details and the required documentation form.
Radiology Information Session: All applicants are required to complete the Radiology Information Session before the application deadline. This one-hour session provides information on the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Radiologic Technology. Completion of the information session is valid for 2 years.