Selective Admission: Radiologic Technology
Radiologic Technology is a selective admission program.
After being accepted to TCC, you must meet the following requirements to be eligible to submit a separate application to our Radiologic Technology Program.
Am I eligible to apply?
Check to see that you have met the following eligibility requirements:
Grade Point Average (GPA)
You must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 to apply to our program.
TCC Student ID Number
First, you must apply to TCC.
You will get a TCC Student ID number once you are accepted as a student at TCC.
You need a TCC Student ID number for your application to our Radiologic Technology Program.
Texas Success Initiative (TSI)
You must meet the TSI requirements for enrolling in college credit courses.
Questions? See TSI Assessment.
Prerequisite Science Courses
You must have completed these courses with a grade of C or higher before applying to our program:
- BIOL-2401 Anatomy & Physiology I
- BIOL-2402 Anatomy & Physiology II
Note: A course is valid only if completed within 5 years of your application.
You are allowed only 2 total attempts at earning your desired grade in these courses to be eligible to apply to Radiologic Technology. A withdrawal or drop counts as an attempt.
During your time in our program and throughout your career, you must meet performance requirements to ensure patient safety and welfare.
Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI A2) Admission Exam
HESI A2 is the required admissions exam for the program.
You must earn a minimum score of 70 in each section of the HESI A2.
You can take the HESI A2 exam online through ProctorU or in-person at the Trinity River Campus Testing Center. See HESI A2 Admission Assessment for details.
Find study materials online or at the Trinity River Campus Bookstore.
If English was not the primary language of your high school, you must provide documentation of proof of English proficiency by submitting the results of either of the following:
The Texas Administrative Code (TAC) and the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation Community Standards (PDF)Listen require that all students in health-related programs complete the following immunizations before applying to programs where patient contact is a component.
If you know you will be applying to our Radiologic Technology Program within the next year, you will need to start these now because some will take up to 6 months to complete the series.
In order to be eligible to apply, you will need to have proof that you have completed the following immunizations:
- Hepatitis B
- A full Hep-B series includes 3 injections delivered over a 6-month schedule.
- You must show proof of the completed series (or be able to complete the last injection in the series) prior to July 1 for consideration of acceptance into the program.
- Please see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) immunization schedule for more details.
- Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis (TDaP)
- Rubeola / Measles, Mumps, Rubella / German Measles (MMR)
- Influenza (Flu Shot)
Note: Titers showing positive immunity to the diseases will be acceptable.
Requirement: Tuberculosis (TB) Test
You must have completed a TB skin test (with negative results) prior to beginning clinical rotations. If your TB skin test results are positive, you must undergo a chest x-ray examination that does not demonstrate evidence of TB.
TCC does not require students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
However, COVID-19 vaccination is strongly recommended because our Radiologic Technology Program uses clinical sites that currently require the vaccine.
You need to be prepared to meet the following additional requirements before the first day of class if you are accepted to our program.
- Physical Exam
- CPR Certification
- Basic Life Support (BLS), Healthcare Provider (American Heart Association required)
- Health Insurance
Criminal Background Check / Drug Screening
If you have a past criminal offense that would appear on a background check, please email the Radiologic Technology Program director, Brian Spence, at email@example.com in order to discuss potential issues related to:
- Program acceptance
- Clinical site placement
- State licensure
- Eligibility to take the national certification examination
You will learn more about all of these requirements after acceptance.
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Updated July 25, 2022