Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Radiography Application Process
A committee comprised of faculty, advisors, and representatives of WSU-affiliated health care facilities determines who is accepted to our Associate’s program.
Selection is based on a point system. Students who earn the most points will be accepted. You receive points based on multiple factors including:
- at least 2.0 college grade point average
- average cumulative gpa of accepted students is 3.5
- anatomy & physiology grades are worth double
- health-related certifications
- an interview
Students' geographic location will be taken into consideration during selection process and placement.
NOTE: All students will spend at least 3 days a week at their clinical site, with at least 24 hours a week (or more if required) of clinical education. Choose a location that will be easy to commute to 3 times a week or more.
The number of students accepted is determined by the number of students our affiliated health care facilities are able to accommodate for clinical hours. If you are not initially accepted, you may be accepted as an Alternate (to be chosen in the case another student decides not to enter the program) or selected for our Spring Cohort which starts the Spring semester following Fall placement.
If you are accepted into more than one program location, you may select the program location you wish to pursue.
The selection of students adheres to all state and federal laws and university policies concerning discrimination and fairness in the selection process. WSU strives to include a diversity of cultures and perspectives, as it enriches the learning environment for all students.
Interested in the WSU Radiography Program?
Click the following button for our upcoming informational Zoom Meeting on November 21st, 2023:
Please fill out the application as completely as possible. All information provided will be used in the selection process for the program. Incomplete applications will automatically be disqualified.
All documents must be submitted in PDF format.
Any information you have entered or changed is automatically saved whenever you move from one section of the form to another. You may also save your information at any time by clicking on the "Save/Autosave" icon in the upper-right-hand portion of the screen. You may move from section to section
in the application process by clicking on the links to the left or by clicking the "next" button at the bottom of the screen.
You may log out and return to your application at any point in the process. If you need to move your application back from "Completed" to "In Process" in order to add/change anything, please contact RadAs@weber.edu.
Please Note: All correspondence from the Radiologic Sciences Department will be sent to your Weber student email address, including interview dates. Be sure you know how to access your Weber student email account.
|How to Apply|
If you ARE a Weber student, go to Step 2.
If you are NOT a Weber student, first apply for admission to Weber State University in order to receive a student number (W#) and a student email, both of which are needed to complete all applications.
(After receiving your W number, you can complete the Scholarship application in the eWeber portal and complete the FAFSA application to be considered for financial aid. More information can be found on the Financial Aid website.)
Step 2: Prerequisites
Prerequisite Courses Must Be Completed BEFORE Applying:
Please Note: Non-WSU Classes MUST Be Equivalent. Go to weber.edu/transfer for more info.
If you have your Prerequisites completed, go to Step 3.
General Education Requirements
Please Note: If you plan to pursue a Bachelor's Degree you will need to complete additional General Education requirements.
Step 3: Radiography Application(s)
Campus, Provo, & Outreach Programs
Applications are open from November 1st until January 10th of each year.
To apply please submit the following:
Applications accepted Nov. 1 - Jan. 10 each year
All application requirements will be prompted to complete within the online application. There will be individual pages for applicant information, selecting locations, uploading transcripts, uploading certifications, uploading personal essay, and submitting references.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have previously applied to the Associate's of Radiography program, you might have issues using the same email address to apply again. Please use a different email to apply. If you don't have another email address, contact RadAS@weber.edu to have your email address deleted from the system.
If you are enrolled in classes during the current Fall semester, please wait until the semester's grades have been posted to your transcript before submitting your application(s).
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Casey Neville at 801-626-6068 or email@example.com.
To apply you will need the following:
PLEASE NOTE: We do not require an application fee for the Montana or Arizona applications.
Applicants with program specific questions should contact Dr Bob Walker at 801-626-7156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DUE DATES for Arizona applications are:
How to Apply:
To apply you will need the following:
PLEASE NOTE: We do not require an application fee for Montana or Arizona applications.
PTR Applications due by May 1st
PT to RT Degree Completion Applications accepted Nov. 1 to Jan 10. each year
PLEASE NOTE: Once an applicant has been accepted to the program, they will be required to successfully complete a background check and drug screening process at their own expense prior to the program start date.
If you are having issues with your application, please contact RadAS@weber.edu or 801-626-6329.