Thank you for your interest in Radiologic Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University!
Jefferson School of Health Professions has partnered with AHCAS, the Central Application Service for Allied Health Professionals, to collect and manage applications to the Radiologic Sciences program.
Once you submit an application via AHCAS, Jefferson will send you a supplemental application that must be completed electronically. Instructions to complete the supplemental application will be sent through email after your AHCAS application is complete and downloaded.
Please note the supplemental application has been removed from the application process for the Fall 2015 semester effective May 6, 2015.
To apply, please follow the instructions below:
Allied Health CAS (AHCAS)
Create an account in AHCAS through the applicant portal found here and follow the directions to complete the application.
You can only select one program designation per application term. If you select multiple designations, your application will not be processed. You will also be charged additional fees for selecting multiple designations.
2+2 Multicompetency: Please select your first year program designation (ex. General Sonography) and provide your second year choice on the supplemental application.
* All required documents such as transcripts and letters of recommendation must be sent directly to AHCAS – please do not send these to our office. If you send them to our office, you will have to request new copies to send to AHCAS.
Jefferson communicates with applicants via email, so please provide a valid email address and adjust your email settings to allow mail from Jefferson.edu.
Admission to the Radiologic Sciences programs is on a rolling basis.
International Students: May 15, 2015
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 school have until July 15th to submit their admission application.
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students with Current F-1 Visas: July 15, 2015
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and international students in current F-1 status must submit their admission application by July 15th.