Program Information Sessions
Information sessions are held several times a semester.
The application deadline for Autumn 2022 is:
NOTE: Application must be postmarked or received by email on or before the March 1, 2022 due date to be considered for the 2022 admission year.
Sessions for the 2023 Admissions for the Medical Imaging Program will begin in the Summer of 2022. PLEASE KEEP CHECKING BACK FOR THE DATES!!!
MEDICAL IMAGING INFORMATION SESSION DATES FOR SUMMER 2022 SEMESTER:
DATES & TIMES:
TO BE DETERMINED AFTER THE BEGINNING OF THE SUMMER SEMESTER OF 2022
Admissions Worksheet (This worksheet will be updated in the Summer of 2022 for the 2023 application year) This sheet allows you to calculate the courses you have taken, giving you an idea of where you would be point wise on the admissions scale. Note: This sheet is subject to change for the 2021 Admissions Year.
Check this page frequently for updates.
For more information, contact the Medical Imaging Program at KFANNIN@CSCC.EDU or by contacting the Health & Human Services Advising at (614) 287-2779.
- This admissions process applies to the class beginning Autumn Semester 2022.
- Program Admissions are limited due to the availability of clinical teaching placements.
- The Medical Imaging program will begin every Autumn Semester and will be 5 consecutive Semesters in length.
- A competitive admissions process is applied when candidates meeting admission criteria exceed program capacity (21-24 students).
Step 1: Apply to Columbus State Community College
1. Complete the admissions process to Columbus State Community College. www.cscc.edu
2. Application to the College is not the same as application to the Medical Imaging Program. After you have been accepted to the College, you may then apply to the Medical Imaging Program. For more information on applying to Columbus State, contact the Student Central at (614)287-5353, (800)621-6407, or go online and follow the ‘Get Started Guide'
Step 2: Attend the MANDATORY Medical Imaging Information Session (Dates listed above)
Medical Imaging program applications are only issued after viewing the Information Session PowerPoint presentation and answering the quiz.
Program Information Sessions review the following information:
- Overview the Imaging professions, specifically radiography, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy.
- Discuss specific aspects and career opportunities in the radiography profession. Review the Medical Imaging program Plan-of-Study curriculum
- Medical Imaging program admissions process and application.
- Identify additional resources at Columbus State that may assist in the student preparation.
- Update applicants of any program changes for the upcoming admissions deadline.
- Health and Human Service advisors are another excellent resource for program advising.
Step 3: Apply to the Medical Imaging Program
The following steps apply when applying to the Medical Imaging program. you will receive the Medical Imaging Application at the MANDATORY MEDICAL INFORMATION SESSION.
1. Complete all sections of the program application return the printed application by the SASE included with the paper application to the program by March 1, 2022. It is important that if you are physically mailing the application, that the application is postmark dated by March 1, 2022.
2. Submit a written statement of interest and intent. Two ParagraphS, typed paper in your own words indicating your interest in the radiography profession. Please email this with your PDF application or include in the SASE returned to the program.
3. Completion of the achievement of a minimum of an overall GPA of 2.50 based on completed courses at Columbus State, other recent college transcripts, or high school transcripts. Only the GPA’s from college transcripts will be considered if a minimum of 24 credits have been completed.
4. Complete 16 hours of observation. Paperwork for observation
* Applicants previously dismissed from other health care related programs for academic or professional reasons will not be eligible for admission through the routine admission process and additional steps may be required.
Additional Program Information
1. Applications are available at after viewing Medical Imaging Program Information sessions and answering the quiz. The quiz report will be accessed every Friday and applications will be emailed out weekly.
2. Applications for the class beginning Autumn Semester have a Spring Semester deadline (i.e March 1, 2022 is the deadline for August 2022) . Only current completed applications submitted by the application deadline will be considered. All pre-requisites must be completed by the end of Autumn Semester, to receive points.
3. Applicants will be notified of their status in the program by email approximately 6 weeks after the application deadline.
4. The program utilizes a competitive admissions process whereby the most qualified applicants are considered at the time of application.
5. Applicants for admission to the program will be evaluated based on the completion and submission of the following required admissions criteria in the admission envelope/email:
- Admission and Worksheet (Calculated)
- Attend information session (indicate on application)
- Written Statement of Interest
- Course completion (with a ‘C or better)
Applicants, who have completed additional math/science courses, obtained other allied health or other advanced degrees may receive additional consideration. Additional recommended courses to complete prior to the application deadline include:
- General Education Courses
ENGL1100, (or Equivalent), COMM 2200
- Basic Related Courses
- Other Math/Science Courses (unrelated to Medical Imaging Plan of Study)
- Other allied Health degree
- Completion of Associate, Bachelor, or Master’s degree
The Medical Imaging program Admissions Committee will make the final determination of acceptance into the program.
6. All application materials MUST be included in the email to the program or large white SASE Columbus State envelope you will be provided with at the Mandatory Medical Imaging Information Session.
7. Accepted students will be required to have a background check, and drug testing completed prior to beginning Autumn Semester courses and they must be in good standing. Students will contact Corporate Screening for all testing; the cost is roughly $120.00. Students, who fail to complete the background check and drug testing requirements, will forfeit their seat in the program. This should not be done until after provisional acceptance has been received.
8. All students are required to have personal health insurance while attending all clinical courses. NOTE: CSCC does not offer health insurance.
9. Applicants are responsible for completion of all pre-requisite courses that pertain to the general (G) and basic related (B) courses on the program Plan-of-Study. Please consult the College Catalog.
STUDENTS PLANNING FOR ACCEPTANCE INTO PROGRAM
Health & Human Services Advising Center
Monday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: 12 noon - 4 p.m.
To Schedule an Appointment Online with an HHS Advisor:
Log-in to Blackboard, find Health and Human Services Advising on the 2nd page of the Services catalog, and click "Schedule On line"
Questions for these advisors can be e-mailed to: email@example.com
In order to protect student records and privacy, we ask that students email from their student.cscc.edu email address. Please include your CougarID number within your email inquiry.
ACCEPTANCE INTO PROGRAM
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