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The Sanford Radiography Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, handicap, color, national origin, age or marital status in the recruitment and admission of students, or in the employment of faculty, as specified by federal laws and regulations. Sanford Health complies with the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and along with the Radiography Program will make reasonable accommodations available to qualified individuals (as defined by ADA) at a student’s request and explanation of need.
Admission into the Radiography Program is competitive. The school receives more than 45 applications each year and, from those, accepts five qualified applicants. Applicants admitted to the program must meet academic and professional admission standards.
Students must be enrolled and working towards earning their bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Technology from one of the four major campuses affiliated with Sanford Health:
Students must have an overall GPA of 2.75
Applicants must be able to perform the technical standards
All applicants must send a completed application to the program, postmarked by Jan. 1, to:
Sanford Medical Center
300 N. Seventh St.
Bismarck, ND 58501
Requirements: (these items must be included with the application)
The student is responsible for assuring their file is complete prior to the admissions
deadline. The application deadline is Jan. 1.
Only completed applications will be considered for an interview. Interviews are held in January.
Those students selected for interviews will be notified by e-mail with their interview date and time. Approximately twenty-five candidates will be interviewed. Five students are selected yearly. Selected applicants are given seven days to notify the program of their decision. If the program does not hear from the selected candidate within this seven-day timeframe, the position will be offered to an alternate student.
All applicants will be notified of their status by the end of January—early February.
Admission is contingent upon:
All of the information listed above and any required forms are sent to all "accepted" students during the month of May. The program begins the first Monday of August, annually.
The program does not accept transfer credits from other Radiography programs. The Sanford Health Radiography Program only accepts applicable general education credits from its affiliated colleges and universities.
Students must have completed at least two years of college requirements towards the bachelor's degree in Radiologic Technology before entering the program. The following courses must be included with a grade of "C" or higher in order to be eligible for admission into the Sanford Health Radiography Program.
|3 credits||College Algebra/Statistics or higher||MAT103 or higher|
|3 credits||Composition||ENG101 or higher|
|8 credits||Anatomy and Physiology I and II||BIO207 or higher|
|3 credits||Psychology or Sociology||PSY111 or higher; SOC110 or higher|
*In addition, students are encouraged to take an Oral Communications course.