Application Deadline for Fall 2014 - December 6, 2013
RT Program Application (The program is no longer accepting applications for Fall 2014.)
Applicants need to include documentation (example: photocopy of certification card) of any licenses and/or certificates (i.e., CNA, EMT) they list on their application.
Applicants are required to submit a personal statement along with their completed program application and application fee. Applicants are asked to explain to the selection committee their desire to become a radiation therapist and why the applicant is a good candidate for the program.
A minimum of 40 observation hours of a radiation oncology department is required of all applicants. Hours may be completed entirely at one site or dispersed among several sites. During this time, the applicant will witness the various functions of a radiation therapist, as well as many different radiation therapy procedures. Applicants can complete their observation hours at any radiation oncology department. Applicants will document their experience on the program's required Clinical Observation form, which includes one page on which the applicant logs the hours and activities observed, and a second page on which the radiation therapist observed will evaluate the student. Only hours submitted on the program's required form will be accepted.
Hours must be completed by the December 6 application deadline
Three letters of reference are required of all applicants. Two of the three required references must be completed by academic faculty at the college level (i.e. professors). Only references submitted on the program's required form will be accepted.
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