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; you receive points based on factors including grade point average (cumulative, anatomy and physiology grades), health-related certifications, references and an interview. Students who earn the most points will be accepted.
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 if another student decides not to enter the program.
If you are accepted to 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.
|How to Apply|
Step 1: Apply to WSU
Apply for admission to Weber State University.
After receiving your W number, complete the Scholarship application in the eWeber portal and complete the FAFSA application to be considered for financial aid. More information at the Financial Aid website.
Step 2: Prerequisites
Required Prerequisite Classes (Non-WSU Classes MUST Be Equivalent)
You will also need to complete your general education requirements before, during, or after the completion of the Radiography Program.
If you plan to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Specialty Imaging you will need to complete additional General Education requirements.
Step 3: Complete and Submit your Application(s)
Campus, Provo, & Outreach Programs
We have moved to an online application system, which are accepted beginning in November until the January 10 deadline. However, 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).
You will need the following:
The application will be available on November 1, 2021 for the Fall 2022 admission cycle.
Once an applicant has been accepted to the program, he/she will be required to successfully complete the background check and drug screening process at their own expense prior to the program start date.
Montana Applicants (Classes held in Billings, MT)
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Casey Neville at 801-626-6068 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Montana applications are submitted to the School of Radiologic Sciences directly. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the start of the program.
Arizona Applicants (Classes held in Phoenix, AZ)
Interested applicants should contact Taylor Ward at 801-626-6617 or email@example.com. Arizona LPT and ARRT Advanced Standing applications are submitted to the School of Radiologic Sciences directly - LPT by May 1 and ARRT Advanced Standing by January 10.
Please send your Montana and Arizona application and additional materials to Crysta Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to the following address:
School of Radiologic Sciences
Weber State University
Attn: AAS Program Coordinator
3891 Stadium Way Dept. 3925
Ogden, UT 84408-3925
You will need the following:
Note: We do not require an application fee for the Montana or Arizona applications.