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Rad Tech Admissions Process
The Radiologic Technology Program at Aims Community College admits students based on an application process. In order to apply for provisional acceptance to the program, students must successfully complete all admission requirements as well as all prerequisite and general education coursework.
Once a student has successfully met all standards for the year in which they are applying, it is his/her responsibility to submit copies of the required documentation in person between the first and last working days of September for consideration to start the following Spring RTE 101 cohort. Please know that submission of materials does not guarantee admittance into RTE 101 or the RTE Program.
In the event there are more eligible applicants than openings, the following points system will be used to rank order the 2014 RTE 101 applicants according to the applicants with the greatest number of points earned in the following:
- Critical Thinking Assignment up to 5 points possible
- GPA of the RTE General Education coursework up to 4 points possible
- Proof of more than one year paid Medical Experience up to 0.5 point possible
The Application Process Directions will be available April through September for the following Spring RTE 101. Remember, your application is for provisional acceptance only. Students who are provisionally accepted will be invited to take RTE 101 in the spring. You must pass RTE 101 in order to be fully admitted into the program for the following fall.