Step 1: Determine that you are eligible for admission to ASU.
(See the ASU Homepage, Undergraduate Admissions.)
Step 2: Complete Radiologic Technology General Education Requirement
courses as follows:
Only those students who have COMPLETED OR ARE ENROLLED in the
following courses by the April 1 deadline will be considered for admission:
|CS 1043 Introduction to Computers OR
CIT 1503 Microcomputer Applications
|ENG 1003 Composition I||3 hours|
|ENG 1013 Composition II||3 hours|
|HIST 2763 United States History To 1876 OR
HIST 2773 United States History From1876 OR
POSC 2103 Introduction To American Government
|*MATH 1023 College Algebra OR
Higher Level Math Course
|*BIO 2203 Human Anatomy & Physiology I AND
*BIO 2201 Lab For Human Anatomy & Physiology
|PSY 2013 Introduction to Psychology||3 hours|
|HP 2013 Medical Terminology||3 hours|
|Total AAS General Education Courses||25 hours|
(*a grade of "C" or better is required)
Step 3: Determine if you are eligible to apply for the professional program
in radiologic technology. No student will be considered for
1. Cumulative GPA is below 2.5
If you do not meet the criteria for admission please do not apply
at this time. Talk with your advisor about how best to meet the
criteria for admission at a future date.
If you meet the criteria for admission, submit the application
packet prior to the deadline which is April 1 for admission to
the First Summer Session.
Step 4: Download Application and Three Reference Forms.
Step 5: AS ONE PACKET, applicants are to submit:
(1) The completed Application form
(2) Transcripts of all college work (unofficial transcripts are
(3) Mid-term grades of any AAS-RT Gen. Ed. Requirement
currently enrolled in.
(4) Three completed reference evaluations
1 Educational reference
1 Personal reference (no relatives)
1 Professional reference (Employer, co-worker, manager)
(5) The essay - instructions are on the application form
Application packets may be mailed/submitted to:
Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
College of Nursing and Health Professions - Room 419
Arkansas State University
Nursing and Health Professions Building
P. O. Box 910
State University (Jonesboro), AR 72467-0910
Application must be in the departmental office by 5 p.m. on April 1!
If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact
the Department of Health Professions at (870) 972-3073. We will be
happy to assist you.
The American Registry of Radiology Technologists' Code of Ethics
prohibits anyone "convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor" from taking
the national boards. If you fit into either category, you should call the
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists at 651-687-0048 to
request a Pre-Application Review Form. Violations must be cleared by
the Registry before an applicant can sit for the boards.
All admission documents become the property of the Radiologic
Technology Program, College of Nursing and Health Professions.
Following the meeting of the Admissions Committee all applicants will
be notified in writing of the decision of the Admission Committee.
Applicants who are not admitted but wish to be considered at a later
date must file a new application packet prior to April 1 of the year in
which admission is sought. No records will be retained for applicants
For questions concerning any of our degrees, please contact:
Health Professions Academic Advisor