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Students entering the radiologic technology program must be 18 years of age by Sept. 30 of the enrollment year. This follows the suggested guidelines set forth by the National Council of Radiation Protection and Measurements for student radiographer.
- Applicants must complete and submit undergraduate application form to Xavier University as well as send official high school transcripts or G.E.D. scores, ACT or SAT test scores and any college transcripts to the Admissions Office (21 years of age or younger) or Center for Adults and Part-time Students (CAPS: 22 years of age or older). Applicants must indicate radiologic technology as their intended major on the application form. Application forms can be submitted on-line at https://www.xavier.edu/apply.
- The Admissions Office or CAPS Office will screen the application and transcripts to see if the applicant meets Xavier's admissions requirements. When the applicant is accepted into the university, they will receive a letter of acceptance into the university as an undergraduate student. Your acceptance letter will instruct you to contact the Radiologic Technology Program.
- After accepted as an undergraduate student, you will apply to the Radiologic Technology Program for acceptance into the program. You must copy the RT application, complete the application and mail it to the RT Program Director. Applicants must have a current GPA of 2.4 or higher to be eligible for acceptance into the RT program.
- The radiologic technology program director and the clinical instructors will interview qualified applicants before being admitted into the RT program. The applicants are ranked using the academic and interview data and preference will be given to currently enrolled Xavier students. The applicants who meet all of the requirements as they are received by the radiologic technology program will receive letters of provisional acceptance. After the program is filled all other accepted applicants are placed on a waiting list and are accepted in order if vacancies occur before the program begins in August. Final acceptance is granted when the student submits evidence of good physical health and immunization record.
- It is the responsibility of the applicant to contact the Program Director to schedule an interview date, after the applicant has been accepted in to the University as an undergraduate student. The telephone number to call to schedule the interview is (513) 745-3358 or e-mail address is email@example.com .