Apply for admission to WSU
Bachelor of Science (BS) Specialty Application Process
How to Apply
Step 1: Apply to WSU
Step 2: Review the Prerequisites
- Applicants must be ARRT certified, or in the final semester of earning their certification, to apply.
- If you are not ARRT certified, you should apply to our associate's program.
- The sonography program prerequisites are also satisfied by the following:
- AAS or AS in Nursing or Respiratory Therapy.
- A previous bachelor's of science (BS) degree in a medically-related major.
- AAS or AS in Nursing or Respiratory Therapy.
- In addition to your AAS in radiography, it is highly suggested that you also complete an AA or AS before starting a program. While not required for admission into a Radiologic Sciences program, a previous AA, AS, or bachelor's degree will fulfill Weber State University's general education requirements for a bachelor's degree.
Step 3: Fill out an application
Entry into a specialty program requires a separate application.
Out-of-state applicants interested in the non-clinical Advanced Radiologic Sciences Program should consider our Independent Study option.
Which application should I submit?
- If you want to earn a bachelor's degree without certifying in a new modality, you should submit the Advanced Radiologic Sciences (Non-Clinical) application.
- If you are wanting to be assigned a clinical site in the Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake, or Utah County areas, you should submit the CAMPUS version of the appropriate application.
- If you have a clinical site outside of the Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake, or Utah County area, you should submit the REGIONAL version of the appropriate application.
- REGIONAL APPLICANTS: you should have a clinical site ready BEFORE you apply. Regional applications without a clinical site will not be accepted. Due to California state law, we cannot accept Regional applicants who have clinical sites in California.
- Advanced Radiologic Sciences (Non-Clinical)
- Sonography - Campus
- Sonography - Regional
- All Other Programs - Campus
- All Other Programs - Regional / Out-of-State
1. Submit the following items for each program you apply to.
- Specialty Application
- Personal Essay (not required for Advanced Radiologic Sciences)
- 3 Reference Forms (not required for Advanced Radiologic Sciences)
- Official or Unofficial Transcript(s), including WSU transcripts
- Copies of Health-Related Certifications
- ONE TIME $25 Non-Refundable Fee. Click here to pay your fee online. If you are submitting multiple applications, you only need to pay the fee ONCE. Be sure to include your printed receipt with your application(s).
2. Submit your application.
Marriott Health Sciences Building, Room 363
Weber State University
Department of Radiologic Sciences
ATTN: Specialty Program Admissions
3891 Stadium Way Dept. 3925
Ogden UT 84408-3925
Please keep extra binders/folders, staples, and paper clips to a minimum when you submit your application.
Deadline to Apply
There is no deadline for the non-clinical Advanced Radiologic Sciences program.
All Campus programs have an application deadline of January 10th. Campus student selection typically occurs during the last week of March.
All Regional programs have an application deadline of May 1st.
(Regional applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application as early as possible. Waiting until the May 1st deadline may result in a delay in your application review.)
*For information about applying to Radiation Therapy after the deadline, please contact Dr. Casey Neville for more information at Caseyneville@weber.edu or 801.626.6068
If applying for programs through Independent Study, please contact the Independent Study Manager for more information regarding application and deadline.
A committee comprised of WSU faculty and representatives from health care facilities affiliated with the university determines who is accepted to our program. Selection is based on a point system; you receive points based on factors including grade point average, references (forms included with the application) and an interview. Students who earn the most points, adhering to the criteria, 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 specialty program, you may select the program you wish to pursue. You may not pursue multiple programs consecutively.
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.
WSU-Ogden, Regional Students: Contact Blakely McKinnie for general program information and academic advising referrals, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-626-6057. *Students should consult with faculty for academic advisement related inquires.