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Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Radiography Application Process


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)
  • ZOOL 2100 - Human Anatomy
  • ZOOL 2200 - Human Physiology
  • HTHS 1110 - Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • HTHS 1111 - Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology II


  • English 1010
  • English 2010
  • Communication 1020 or 2110
  • Math 1010 (or higher)
  • Psychology 1010
  • General Education Physical or Life Science Course

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) 

WSU-Ogden, Provo & Outreach Programs

Applications 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).

Montana (Classes held in Billings, MT)

Interested applicants should contact Dr. Casey Neville at 801-626-6068 or  Montana applications are submitted to the School of Radiologic Sciences directly.  


Arizona (Classes held in Phoenix, AZ)

Interested applicants should contact Taylor Ward at 801-626-6617 or  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.


Application Checklist

1. Submit the following items for each program you apply to. 

  • Radiologic Technology Application
  • Personal Essay
  • 3 Reference Forms
  • Official or Unofficial Transcript(s), including WSU transcripts
  • Copies of Health-Related Certifications
  • $25 Non-Refundable Fee. Check or money order made to Weber State University. (We do not accept cash or debit/credit cards.)

2. Submit your application.

Please keep extra binders/folders, staples, and paper clips to a minimum when you submit your application.


WSU-Ogden, Provo & Outreach Programs

Weber State University
DCHP Admissions and Advisement Office
ATTN: Radiography Admissions
3875 Stadium Way Dept. 3907
Ogden, UT 84408-3907

In person at WSU-Ogden Campus
Marriott Health Sciences Building, Room 108

Montana & Arizona Programs

Please send your application and additional materials to Crysta Herman at, 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


Advisement and Deadlines to Apply

WSU-Ogden, Provo & Outreach Programs 

The Health Professions Admissions Advisement office will guide you on the required prerequisite courses and the application process.

Call (801) 626-6136 for over-the-phone advisement or to schedule an advisement appointment or email  You may also visit their website for more information.

  • WSU-Ogden, Provo, and Outreach application deadline is January 10 for a fall semester start date.                      


Interested Arizona applicants should contact Taylor Ward at 801-626-6617 or 

  • Limited Practical License (LPT) application deadline is May 1 for a fall semester start date.  If it is past this date, contact Taylor Ward for consideration. 
  • ARRT Advanced Standing application deadline is January 10 for a summer semester start date.  If it is past this date, contact Taylor Ward for consideration. 


If you are applying to more than one program location, you must submit the proper application and fee for each location of interest. All materials must be included for each application, including reference forms and transcripts.

Selection 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.