Admission Deadline Dates
|Radiologic Sciences Undergrad (2-year Multicompetency BS & BSMS, I-year Advanced Placement BS & BSMS)|
Click on the link to the right for application requirements. All required documents, including letters of recommendation and transcripts must be sent to Jefferson in a single envelope. If applicable, official test score reports must be requested from a testing agency and mailed directly to our office or submitted in its original, sealed envelope. Please read through these requirements carefully.
The majority of science prerequisite coursework should be completed before an admissions decision can be made. All prerequisites must be completed before matriculation. Students may also earn credits through standardized tests, including CLEP. Admission is competitive, as there are a limited number of seats in each class.
International Students: May 15
International applicants who are coming from abroad or who are in the U.S. on a non-F-1 visa are strongly encouraged to submit their admission application by May 15th to ensure enough time to complete the visa process. Jefferson will still accept and review international applications after May 15th but may need to defer the application to a later start term due to the visa application timeline.
Note: International applicants who are currently in the U.S. studying in F-1 status with another College have until July 15th to submit their admission application.
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students with Current F-1 Visas: July 15
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and international students in current F-1 status must submit their admission application by July 15th.
International Students: May 15th
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students with Current F-1 Visas: July 15th
Decisions are granted on a rolling basis throughout the cycle until the class is filled. If applicable, Jefferson will contact academically eligible applicants via e-mail to schedule an interview (provided space is still available). Decisions include Offer of Admission, Denied Admission, Hold for Grades, and Waitlist