Priority consideration date for scholarships & grants is April 1.
Nicole Fuller, Program Coordinator
Students who wish to transfer from another college-based radiologic technology program
must provide course information to the coordinator to review for alignment with the
Refer to the Radiologic Technology Program Handbook (PDF) for more details.
Step 1 of 7
Apply to Metropolitan Community College. To apply is free of charge.
This must be done before you can have any transcripts submitted to MCC.
Step 2 of 7
Submit all non-MCC official transcripts to the student data center.
If you have previous college courses at an institution other that MCC, submit the transcripts to:
MCC Student Data Center3200 BroadwayKansas City, MO 64111
The student data center will determine course equivalencies and post them to your
It may take a few weeks for transcripts to be sent and received. Therefore, do not
wait too long to send transcripts, as they may not be received by the February 15
deadline and impact your application status.
Once all transcripts have been processed by MCC, upload an MCC advising (unofficial)
transcript to the radiologic technology program along with your application. This
transcript can be obtained through the academic advising office or accessed in your
Step 3 of 7
Verify eligibility to apply to the program. Eligible applicants have a minimum cumulative
GPA of 2.5. Eligible applicants must have completed or be enrolled in the following
prerequisites by the application deadline.
Prerequisites must be completed prior to the start of classes in the Summer semester
and acceptance is contingent upon successful completion with a minimum grade of "C".
Step 4 of 7
Achieve placement test minimum scores based on scores, the prospective applicant would need to take and pass the indicated courses before
they would be eligible to apply to the program.
Step 5 of 7
Observations must be within the past six months of the application deadline.
Observation opportunities are available in the MCC- Penn Valley Health Science Institute
(3444 Broadway Blvd., Kansas City, MO) during normal class hours 8 a.m.-4:30p.m.
To secure a date and time for an observation contact Mrs. Terry McDaniel or by phone 816.604.4232.
Note: On the day of your scheduled observation, please arrive 15 minutes early to
Health Science Room 410 to obtain an in-class observation form and location of the
classroom to attend.
At the completion of the observation have the instructor sign the form. This form
must be submitted with the program application.
Step 6 of 7
To logon, use your MCC email in this format. For example, email@example.com.
Use the online application to apply
DO NOT include any additional materials such as letters of recommendation, cover letters,
etc. with your program application. These will not be evaluated and will not positively
impact your selection to the program.
No applicant files will be reviewed until after the February 15 deadline. Due to the
large number of applicants, the program is unable to provide confirmation letters/
emails/ or phone calls as applications are received, and the file completed.
Apply to the radiology program.
Step 7 of 7
Applicant selection is based on metrics determined by:
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