Admissions & Selection
Admission into the Radiologic Sciences program at WSU is a competitive-based program and is selective; a limited number of students are accepted into the program each year. This enables WSU to provide the quality clinical experience and skill-set that this growing field requires of practitioners.
It is critical that all parts of the application process be completed and submitted. Incomplete applications will not be considered! Please download the appropriate admissions checklist for the program (to aid you in the process) and all necessary applications from our Admission Checklist & Applications link.
The application deadline for fall semester is January 10 for on-campus, Provo, and outreach programs.
Acceptance is decided by a selection committee comprised of WSU faculty, a WSU advisor, and representatives from the health-care facilities affiliated with the university. Selection of students is based upon a point system. Students receive points based on their GPA, three reference forms (submitted with the application), and interview with the committee. Students taking Human Anatomy and/or Physiology courses during the spring semester will be required to submit midterm grades. Students with the most earned points, adhering to the criteria, are accepted into the program. The number of students accepted is determined by the number of students our affiliated health-care facilities are able to accommodate. Alternate students are selected in the case that a student decides not to enter the program.
The selection of students adheres to all state and federal laws and university policies concerning discrimination and fairness in the selection process. Weber State University strives to include a diversity of cultures and perspectives because it enriches the learning environment. Here you will find an atmosphere where you are valued and encouraged to participate fully.
Students are notified of acceptance into the program by May 1. If you are selected, you will be assigned a clinical site by the department.