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Apply to the School of Radiologic Technology

Application Requirements

All candidates must submit the following information:

  • School application form.
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary colleges/universities. All transcripts must be original and forwarded to us directly from the educational institution(s). Applicants submitting foreign transcripts must have them evaluated for equivalency in the United States.
  • Three professional references including the reference check list along with a formal written letter. Two of the three references should come from professional or educational affiliations. The third may be a personal reference.
  • A brief autobiography (1–2 typed pages) covering the past four years of your life. The narrative must also include your reason(s) for pursuing radiologic technology education.
  • A $25, non-refundable application fee. Submit a personal check or money order payable to Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. Students applying through affiliate universities are not required to pay the application fee.

We encourage applicants to send all materials, except transcripts, in a single mailing. We do not notify candidates of the arrival of application materials. You can request a return receipt from the post office when you mail your materials.

All application materials become the property of Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology. We reserve the right to refuse the forwarding or copying of these materials.

Information Sessions

All applicants must attend a school information session. These sessions provide an overview of the program and an opportunity to ask questions.

Applicants will need to attend an Information Session which will be scheduled after the application deadline (January 30th). Applicants will be notified via email in early February.

Important Dates

Application time frame

Required forms can be accessed from November 15 – January 25.

Application submission

Completed applications and transcripts are accepted from November 1 – January 30. Mail application materials to:

School of Radiologic Technology
Aurora Health Care
180 W. Grange Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Application deadline

The application deadline is January 30. All application materials must be postmarked no later than 4 p.m.

Applications missing any of the above required elements will be deemed incomplete and ineligible for admission. We will defer incomplete applications until the following year.

Candidate Assessment

All application materials are reviewed and scored. Applicants meeting the required minimum point value are invited for a personal interview with the Admissions Committee. Personal interviews are typically scheduled from late February through April.

The decision of the committee is based on information provided in the application, along with the personal interview. Factors considered are:

  • Candidate responses to interview questions
  • Academic achievement
  • Employment history
  • Knowledge of radiologic technology/radiography
  • Compliance with all application requirements
  • Perceived communication skills, motivation, ability to follow instructions, and maturity and ability to provide compassionate patient care

Qualified applicants with the highest point values are selected for admission to the program. We do not maintain a waiting list for applicants who are not selected.

Candidate Notification

The Admissions Committee notifies all applicants of their final decision in writing in May.

Candidates who are offered positions must submit a written letter of acceptance and a non-refundable fee (which is applied to the first-year student fee). They must also pass a drug screening and background check.

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Vaccine Update

Please be patient as vaccine supplies are currently limited.

At this time, we’re vaccinating our most vulnerable patients based on CDC guidelines. If you’re our patient, we’ll contact you to schedule when it’s your turn based on available vaccine supplies.