Admission Standards and Procedures
The review of applications will begin February 1, of each year, and will continue until all allotted availability is filled. One class is admitted each year beginning in June, the summer semester. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the following documentation is returned to the Admissions Office. For questions contact Admissions at 1-888-682-5514.
Selection of and treatment of students will in the program is non-discriminatory with respect to any legally protected status such as race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, national origin, religion, financial ability and any other protected class.
- Complete application to Bacone College at www.bacone.edu.
- Complete application to Bacone Health Sciences, specifically for Radiography.
- Complete application for financial aid (FASFA) and housing.
- Submit official copy of High School transcript.
- Submit ACT scores and/or all official copies of college transcripts.
- Complete 8 hours of clinical observation and submit form found in packet.
- Completion of a background check with the information provided in the packet.
Note: Applicants that have been convicted of a felony, been declared judicially incompetent, or have had a drug problem may not be permitted to take the certification examination and should discuss this with the radiologic science program faculty member upon application process.
- Acceptance into Bacone College.
- Minimum ACT composite of 19 or 2.6 or better GPA in 12 credit hours that count towards the Associates of Applied Science degree in Radiography.
- Meet the worker characteristics of Radiography.
- Each qualified applicant will be required to schedule an appointment with the Program Director to go over information about the program: (918)781-7317.
- A laptop is a requirement for this program.
- Once the application process and admissions requirements are completed:
- Each applicant will have a completed admission score sheet to tabulate for scoring and to aid in the numerical ranking of applicants.
- Beginning with the highest score, applicants will be granted admission until the class is filled. Class size varies each year according to the number of clinical sites available.
- Applicants can be admitted with no conditions, conditions, alternate or if declined, enter the Pre-Radiography program. If conditions are to be met these have to be completed within the first semester of the program.
- If an applicant accepts, then the "Intent to Accept" letter must be returned with a signature.
- If an applicant declines, then the alternate list will be accessed.
Criteria following acceptance into the program
- Once an individual has been accepted:
- Individual needs to set up an appointment with the Program Director, Shawn Dixon, to enroll. Office number is 918-781-7317.
- Submit a complete physical with physician signature on the form provided on the first day of class.
- Complete all required immunizations and provide valid copies to the Program.
- MMR 1 & 2 or titer, tetanus, Hep B 1,2 &3 or waiver, Varicella 1 & 2 or titer, TB skin test (yearly)
- Submit proof of completed CPR course, must be level of healthcare provider by the American Heart Association. No others will be accepted. Students will be notified if the program will provide a class or if they will need to find one on their own.
- A 10- panel urine drug screen.