It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the following items are completed prior to the end of the application period held in the month of February:
- Complete required prerequisite courses
- Obtain application form from the Allied Health Department located in Room 178 of the Math-Science Building on the main campus, or on the Allied Health website. You may also call the office to request an application at 661/395.4284.
- Arrange for an official copy of your high school transcript to be mailed directly to:
Radiologic Technology Program
1801 Panorama Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93305.
A copy of High School Equivalency (GED) is required if your high school transcript does not identify graduation. (NOTE: You may also hand deliver this transcript, provided that the transcript is “official” and sealed.)
- If you are a Bakersfield College Student with no college courses other than BC courses: Provide the Program with an unofficial Bakersfield College transcript from the college web site or an unofficial transcript from the Admissions & Records Office.
- If you have taken courses from any college other than Bakersfield College:
- Apply for admission to Bakersfield College either in person or online by following the steps to the left on this page, under the heading “Start Now!”
- Submit an official copy of your transcripts from your previous college to the Office of Admissions & Records and request an evaluation of your transcripts. This process requires the form “Request for Evaluation.” You may obtain this form in the Office of Admissions & Records or online in the list to the left on this page.
Note: This process can take up to 12-16 weeks. Once your transcripts have been evaluated and posted to your Bakersfield College transcript, the student must either print a copy of the Bakersfield College transcript from the website, or request one from the Office of Admissions & Records. This evaluation must be completed and then submitted to the Program prior to the end of the program enrollment filing period during the month of February. It is the responsibility of the student to supply this information to the Program during the month of February prior to the end of the enrollment filing period.
- Late application materials will not be considered for the current application period. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that their application is complete. The Program is NOT responsible for late materials or incomplete applications. The application must be thoroughly complete and signed to be considered for eligibility.
- Students on the waitlist must reapply annually during the enrollment month of February. This is required every year to keep the applicant’s file current. If the student does NOT reapply, the student will be removed from the waitlist.
Application Filing Period
Application forms and all required documents must be received by the Radiologic Technology Program Office during the application month of February. Late applications will not be accepted.
Enrollment Selection Process
In the event that the number of qualified students for the Associate Degree Radiologic Technology Program exceeds space available, the following selection process will be utilized:
Students who are qualified for enrollment will be admitted in the order in which their names appear on the Program Waitlist.
To be placed onto the waitlist, all program prerequisites must be completed. An applicant’s position on this list will be determined by random drawing of names from the pool of qualified students.
To remain current on the waitlist, an application form must be submitted annually during the application filing period in the month of February.