Campus AAS MLT: Application & Selection
Enrollment in the on-campus WSU medical laboratory science AAS degree program is limited to 32 students each fall semester. Applications for the program are available from the MLS Administrative Specialist after January 1, (Room 208 in the Marriott Health building), or the application can be emailed or faxed to you. To reach the MLS Administrative Specialist, call 801-626-6118.
- If you have been previously accepted into the MLT program and you have not taken MLS classes for one or more years, you are required to reapply to the program, due to the limited number of student positions available.
- Also, if you are repeating any MLS classes, you must reapply to the program, again, due to the limited number of student positions available.
A non-refundable $25 application fee is required and must be received with the application no later than April 1.
All MLS applicants are required to:
- Meet with a health professions academic advisor located in the Dumke College of Health Professions Admissions and Advisement Office, room MH108. After initial advisement, students are encouraged to meet with an MLS advisor after acceptance into the program. To schedule an advising appointment, contact the advisement office at 801-626-6136 or email email@example.com.
- Apply to WSU if you are not currently a WSU student. This must be done a minimum of one month prior to your application to the MLT program. Requires official transcripts and $30 applicaiton fee.
- Verify your major. To do this, log into your Weber account and click on the student services tab. In the academic profile box, you will see information regarding your program, major, and department. If you are not listed in the MLS program, please contact the MLS Administrative Specialist in room MH208 or 801-626-6118.
- Submit your MLS application to the Marriott Health Sciences Admission Office, Room MH108, no later than April 1 with a $25 non-refundable application fee.
- After being accepted into the MLT program you will need to complete a federal background check and drug screen, and provide immunization records.
Selections are made once each year during the month of May for admission to the program the following fall semester. Your application must be submitted by April 1 to be included in the selection process. Applications are evaluated using the following criteria:
- MLS GPA, which includes required MLT and support courses
- Average GPA of accepted applicants is 3.5.
- Cumulative college grade point average
- Overall courses completed
- Faculty assessment of prior student performance, including:
- overall laboratory skills
- retake exams in MLT courses
- affective skills
You will receive a letter stating selection results by approximately the first of June.
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