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Admissions Requirements

All prospective students must possess a high school diploma or high school equivalency and have the following required college prerequisites:

  • College algebra or higher math course
    • Must be completed prior to application deadline (January) and within 10 years of the application year
  • Human anatomy or human anatomy and physiology
    • Must be completed prior to application deadline (January) and within 10 years of the application year
  • Written or oral communication (English or speech)
    • Must be completed prior to application deadline (January)
  • Medical terminology
    • Must be completed by the start date of the program (June)

In addition, a prospective student must meet one of the following three requirements:

  • Possess an associate degree by the start date of the program (June)
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree by the start date of the program (June)
  • Be part of a 2+2 affiliation with participating colleges or universities to obtain a bachelor's degree.
    Saint Luke’s School of Radiologic Technology has a 2+2 affiliation agreement with Northwest Missouri State University.

Additional program requirements

  • Elective coursework and/or degree completion coursework must be completed by the program start date (June). Suggested electives include:
  • All coursework and degrees must be obtained from an approved institution of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and/or an approved Regional Accrediting Agency.
  • An overall GPA of 2.5 (cumulative of all post-secondary education) is required for acceptance.
  • All required coursework must be completed with a minimum “C” grade.
  • College algebra CLEP testing is acceptable for math courses that exceed the 10-year limit. A score of 50 or better is required for this program.
  • Students must meet skill standards appropriate to radiologic technology. To review required skill standards, see page 14 of the prospective student information guide (PDF).

International students should refer to the international student policy and application requirements.

Observation/Job Shadowing

The field of radiologic technology is a unique environment that enables the student and/or technologist to encounter many different aspects of medical imaging. This program requires the prospective student to experience a four-hour observation/job shadow in the Diagnostic Radiology Department prior to program enrollment. The encounter allows the student a realistic first-hand look at radiologic technology as a career.

You may complete your job shadow at any hospital; however, you must have the observation site complete a letter on letterhead from the institution where you observe. The documentation should include your name and the date and time you observed, and must be signed by a chief technologist or instructor. This must be performed during the application year by the application deadline (January).

To request a job shadow at Saint Luke’s, please contact us at 816-932-2788 or Observation hours are available on Fridays, 7:30 a.m. – noon.

All prospective (shadow) students must either show evidence of an influenza vaccine within six months of their observation date or wear a mask during the visit.

Reflection Paper

In order to ensure your commitment to the career of radiologic technology, this program requires the submission of a two-page, typed reflection paper with your application.

Please include the following topics in your reflection paper:

  1. The role of the radiologic technologist
  2. Radiographers' interactions with the patient/level of patient care rendered
  3. Radiographers' exchange of communication with peers, physicians, and other health care professionals
  4. Observations of different types of imaging examinations
  5. Personal experience with medical imaging
  6. Attributes you possess that would match those needed for this profession

Application Process

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To apply, follow the applicant checklist (PDF):

  • Complete the application form (PDF)2 Kelly Limited Tigers White Bryant College Jersey Stitched.
  • Pay the $25 application fee (make check payable to SLH School of Radiologic Technology).
  • Send in all high school and post-secondary education transcripts. All official transcripts must come from the honoring institution.
  • Submit a copy of diploma of earned degree or Degree Verification Form (PDF).
  • Complete reference forms (PDF)—mailed by the referrer in a sealed envelope.
    • Applicants must have two references. References should be from a professional who is not related to the applicant (example: supervisor, manager, instructor, or professor).
  • Submit observation/job shadow documentation.
    • Must be on letterhead from the institution where the observation occurred and be signed by a chief technologist or instructor. It must be completed during the application year. The documentation should include your name and the date and time you observed.
  • Write a reflection paper.

Mail all completed application materials to:

Saint Luke’s Hospital
4401 Wornall Road
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Radiology Department
School of Radiologic Technology
Kansas City, MO 64111

Applicant Selection

This two-year program begins every June, with an application deadline of the second Friday of January each year. All application materials must be submitted by the application deadline for consideration as a prospective student.

The school accepts approximately 10 students each year. Each applicant is scored based on:

  • Official transcripts/academic achievement
  • Reference forms
  • Observation/job shadow

Approximately 30 of the top-scoring applicants will be selected for an interview with the selection committee. The School of Radiologic Technology uses a behavioral-based interview process.

Basketball Lonzo Authentic Bruins 2 Jersey Stitched White Ball All applicants will receive notification by letter if they have been accepted into the program or not chosen for the current program.

Applicants offered acceptance must pass a criminal background check, drug test, and TB test before final admission to the program.