Health Sciences Application Process
Admission to Austin Community College does not guarantee admission to a Health Sciences program. ALL Health Sciences program applicants must:
- Enroll in ACC and begin taking relevant program prerequisites
- Follow the admission steps for the Health Sciences program you prefer.
- Collect the required documentation and/or complete all immunizations before applying for program admission.
- Submit your program application (a criminal background check may be required)
Radiology Application Steps
Download Application Process: PDF Updated 7/03/12
New students are accepted into the Radiology program in fall. Submit Radiology application paperwork to Health Science Admissions by February 1.
Apply to ACC.
Complete a mandatory Information Session online.
A copy of the Verification Form must be submitted with the Radiology application.
Fulfill all immunization requirements (some immunizations can take six months to complete). Immunization requirements were changed on October 1, 2012. Please review the updated form for new requirements.
Finish prerequisite courses by the Feb. 1 deadline to apply for Radiology program admission. You must earn a C or better in the prerequisite classes, which are listed below:
- BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
- MATH 1314 College Algebra
In order to be competitive, it is very important that the applicant complete most if not all co requisite courses by the end of the fall semester. You are encouraged to obtain the highest grades for the required courses as this is crucial in the ranking process. Only courses completed by the application deadline will be considered. For any courses taken at schools other than ACC you must submit copies of transcripts with your application.
Print and fill out a Radiology program application. Submit your program application and immunization form to the Health Sciences Admissions Office no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 1.
Individuals accepted for Radiology admission are required to complete a physical examination, tuberculosis test and a CPR course. Please see the Technical Standards as noted on Program Requirements.
Applications are good for three years. If the applicant has not been admitted into the program within three years, the application will be removed from the applicant pool and the student will need to reapply.
The college will request a criminal background check once you have been conditionally accepted to the program. Click here to learn more.