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Pre-Admission Conference

The pre-admission conference is designed to provide information and answer questions about the admissions process and requirements for the radiography program offered by Bluegrass Community and Technical College (BCTC).  Students who want to be considered for the fall 2021 Associate of Applied Science Degree, Radiography Class must attend a pre-admission conference.  March 1, is the deadline for students to complete the application process and to submit all required documents to the BCTC Selective Admissions Office for the radiography program applications file. 

Virtual Pre-Admission Conference Information

  • Due to quarantine concerns with COVID, the Radiography Program is conducting pre-admissions conferences virtually. Please contact lesley.klosterman@kctcs.edu for further information.

In addition to attending the pre-admission conference, the following documents must be submitted to the BCTC Admissions Office by March 1 to complete the applicant file.

  1. Application for admission to Bluegrass Community and Technical College. This must be updated on an annual basis.
  2. Official high school transcript (with graduation date) indicating that the applicant has or will complete a high school course of study or a passing GED® official score report.
  3. Official Transcripts* of all post-secondary education or training.

Admission Process

Students will be responsible for collecting all documents for the admission process and submitting to the Office of Admissions or the Selective Admissions Department(s) as a completed application. Incomplete files will not be accepted.

Follow this link for the selective admissions process: Selective Admissions

Follow this link for the college admissions site: Admissions

The following information has been taken from the Rules of the Senate of KCTCS and is subject to change without notice. Admission to the Radiography Program is open to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status, and without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability.

Each applicant must submit the following credentials to the Office of Admission:

  1. Completed application for admission to the college
  2. Transcripts of all post-secondary education or training

Each applicant must complete the following for the Office of Selective Admission:

  1. Create a Selective Admission System Account
  2. Submit Transcripts of all post-secondary education or training
  3. Submit documentation of pre-admission conference
  4. Completed application submitted by March 1st

Important Notice

You will also need to submit a current copy your active State Nurse Aide registry from the website

  • NAA 100 is offered at BCTC and will enable students to meet the active status on a state nurse aide registry.

*Please try to have all documents submitted by February 15th to enable the selective admission office to prepare student files.

Preference Categories

Admission to the Radiography Program is open to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status, and without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, age, national origin or disability.

Preference may be given to applicants who have:

  • Applicants with an ACT (preference) composite score of 21 or higher; or comparable testing accepted by KCTCS,
  • Applicants who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better (4 point scale) in 10 hours or more of college credit applicable to the radiography program,
  • Applicants who have completed the biological and physical sciences and mathematics courses listed in the radiography curriculum with a grade of C or better,
  • Applicants who are registered and/or licensed in an allied health or nursing profession,
  • Applicants who have active status on a state nurse aide registry.

Note: Applicants whose credentials fall below the minimum criteria may be informed of an early decision regarding their admission status.