To be considered for admission to the Radiologic Technology Program, the following items must be received in the Admissions Office by February 1:
- Review Admission Information (PDF) for more information
- Application to Shawnee State University
- Health Science Application
- Official High School Transcript
Official GED Score Transcript and Partial H.S. Transcript
- Official College Transcripts
- Proof of High School Algebra and Biology with “C” or above
- ACT Score with “18” or above in Science Reasoning
- Minimum GPA of 2.5
Due to Covid-19 restrictions impact on healthcare facilities reducing opportunities for student applicants to complete observation hours, the RT program has made the decision to remove the requirement for observation hours this spring. Students will not be eliminated from eligibility if they are unable to obtain any observation hours.
Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program at Shawnee State University is on a selective basis. Please note that meeting the minimum criteria for admission consideration does not guarantee admittance into the Radiologic Technology Program. All candidates meeting the minimum criteria for admission are subsequently ranked, and only a selected number are admitted due to clinical site limitations. In most years the number of applicants meeting the minimum criteria far exceeds the number of seats available. As a result, the qualifications of those students admitted are much higher than the minimum requirements for admission consideration. Please see the Admission Information (PDF) for more details. The program does not use a wait list.
If you have questions regarding these requirements, please contact the Health Sciences Administrative Assistant at (740) 351-3236.