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How to Apply

Selective Admissions 

The following criteria will be evaluated for each applicant. Preference points will be added for each criteria as listed
below; a maximum of 25 preference points may be possible.

  1. ACT or SAT composite score equivalent

    ACT Score Preference Points

    30-36

    25-29

    23-24

    21-22

    20 or less

    5

    4

    3

    2

    0

  2.  
  3. Cumulative GPA (includes all 100 level or above college credits)

    Cumulative GPA Preference Points

    3.75-4.00

    3.50-3.74

    3.25-3.49

    3.00-3.24

    2.75-2.99

    2.50-2.74

    < 2.50

    6

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1

    0

  4.  
  5. Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences Courses

    Preference points (pts) will be applied for grades in these courses as follows: A – 3 pts, B – 2 pts, C – 1 pt

    Preferred courses that can earn these points are:
    • BIO 137 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
    • BIO 139 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
    • PHY 171 Applied Physics
  6.  
  7. Allied Health Program preference

    Preference may be given to applicants who have graduated or are in their final semester of a two-year accredited Allied Health program or have the minimum of an Associate of Applied Science Degree in a clinically related field.

    Graduate applicant transcript must show the degree awarded (Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science). Five (5) preference points added.

    Pending graduate applicant additionally must submit a signed letter from their Program Director/Coordinator documenting the students date of completion or graduation. Three (3) preference points added.

    *Applicants in this category must submit the required documentation in order to receive preference points.

(Note: in the event of a tie, the cumulative GPA will be used for selection)
NOTE: Selective admission criteria are subject to change each Fall.

Conferences for the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program are an annual requirement. Any older conference information submitted for admission will not be considered. Please review conference dates and conferences may be attended with no appointment necessary.