Step 3 Next Steps – Radiologic Technology Notification & next steps Acceptance letters for the Radiologic Technology program will be mailed by March. Accepted If you are accepted into the Radiologic Technology program you will receive an acceptance letter followed by an on-campus orientation. You must complete the steps outlined in the acceptance letter to secure your seat in the program.Not Accepted If you were not accepted, you can reapply to the Radiologic Technology program during a future application period. You must complete the entire Radiologic Technology application process again. You do not need to reapply as an LSC student. 100% LSC Professional Advisors We highly recommend you meet with a Health Sciences Academic Advisor as you begin your program and throughout to address any questions you may have. Background check If you have been arrested, charged, or convicted of any criminal offense, you should investigate the impact that the arrest, charge, or conviction may have on your chances of employment in the field you intend to study. Accreditation The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) Student selection Students who become LSC students and complete all Radiologic Technology pre-program requirements (including required GPA) will be admitted to the Radiologic Technology program as long as there are available seats in the program. Acceptance is largely based on clinical site availability. In the event there are more students than seats available at a particular clinical site, priority will be given to students who completed their pre-program requirements first. Students are ranked by when pre-program requirements are completed and when they completed their application to LSC / declared Radiologic Technology as their program. In the event there are multiple students wanting the same clinical site who completed pre-program requirements in the same term AND completed their LSC application on the same date, GPA in pre-program courses will be used as a tie-breaker.