Please call 800-633-7377 for a personal consultation between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Within the last seven years of the desired program start date, an applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in each pre-requisite course listed below:
The School of Radiation Therapy has established technical performance standards that must be met by each student in the program. Those persons wishing to enter, or those students who expect to continue in the Radiation Therapy program must be able to perform the technical performance standards identified below.
The program reserves the right to require the applicant or student to physically demonstrate any or all of the following skills prior to acceptance in the Radiation Therapy program or while enrolled. Print, read, sign and send the Radiation Therapy Technical Performance Standards form with your application.
1. POSSESS VISION ACUITY TO:
2. POSSESS HEARING ACUITY TO:
3. POSSESS SENSORY INPUT TO:
4. POSSESS MANUAL DEXTERITY/FINE MOTOR SKILLS TO:
5. POSSESS PHYSICAL and GROSS MOTOR FUNCTIONS TO:
6. POSSESS WILLINGNESS TO WORK WITH SAFETY HAZARDS:
7. POSSESS MENTAL SKILLS TO:
8. POSSESS COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO:
NOTE: All verbal and written communications are in English as the primary language of this institution
Students accepted into the program will be required to pass a physical examination through the Hospital Occupational Health Services before beginning the program. The examination includes, but is not limited to: general physical examination; chest x-ray; blood and urinalysis tests; tuberculosis (TB) testing; drug, alcohol and nicotine screening; evidence of immunity to rubella, mumps, varicella zoster, rubeola and pertussis. In addition, students will be required to receive (or show proof) of Hepatitis B vaccine, influenza vaccine and Tdap vaccination.