Admission Requirements

  • General Requirements

    • Completion of 16 academic units at the high school level, four of which must be English; remainder of units are to be comprised of: four units in social sciences, two to four units of math which include algebra I and one other academic math with a C+ or higher, two to four units of sciences including biology and chemistry with labs and grades of C+ or better.
    • Your academic course selection, grades, rank in class, guidance counselor recommendation and SAT/ACT scores will be carefully reviewed for admission consideration.
    • Demonstrate motivation and curiosity through interests and extracurricular activities.
    • Applicants who read, write and speak English as a second language must demonstrate proficiency in English skills.
    • Clinical experiences are an integral part of this program. To be eligible for clinical placements, all students are expected to meet the health requirements, performance standards, background checks and drug screens.

    Health Requirements

    A medical examination is mandatory for students who require clinical placement as part of their course of study. The completed health history will include the following:

    1. Health Examination Physical Form
    2. Consent/Refusal for Hepatitus B Vaccine
    3. 2-step Mantoux Tuberculosis Screening
    4. Technical Standards Form
    5. Proof of: Tdap vaccination or tetanus booster (Td or DT) within the last two years.
    6. Copies of the following titers: Rubella Igg, Rubeola Igg, Mumps Igg 

    Tablet PC Requirement

    The field of radiological science continues to build upon an already significant use of digital images, replacing a film-based system in existence for 50 years. In fact, all of the clinical sites which Gannon students and faculty interact with are using digital capture, storage, viewing, and transmission. To ensure our Radiologic Science students graduate with the experience to use these technological advances, all students entering the program are required to have a tablet PC.

    Please do not make any purchases in advance. You will receive information regarding the purchase of the tablet laptop PC from the Program Director.

    Available Seats

    • The radiologic science program is a high demand major at Gannon and there are only 18 seats available. Therefore, it is highly recommended that all students apply in September of their senior year in high school.
    • Transfer students should apply early in the fall as well.