To be considered for acceptance into the program, the following criteria must be completed:
Schedule and sit for the TEAS V (Test of Essential Academic Skills). The TEAS V is a multiple-choice assessment measuring basic academic preparedness in reading, math, science, English and language usage. A minimum score of a 62 must be obtained to submit an application to the program. Scores will be valid for 2 years. Students may only sit twice each application period for the exam. A $50.00 non-refundable fee is required at the time of each exam. Students may obtain a TEAS V study guide at the HCC bookstore (http://www.hutchcc.edu/campus-store/) or go to www.atitesting.com. Students may sign up for an exam date by contacting Erika Ewing, Program Assistant, at 620-665-4956 or email@example.com. Exam Dates.
Scores obtained on the entrance exam will be given points. A sample of the scoring sheet will be available to prospective students upon request. Applicants will also have the opportunity to receive points on their observation and essay which is scored by a rubric. Applicants will be rank ordered based upon the total points received. Completed checklist given at information session must be submitted by May 24th to be considered for admission. Students on the waiting list must continue to meet all admission criteria to be able to fill vacancies if they become available. Following program acceptance all students will be required to complete a background check prior to scheduling first year observations.
Application check lists, observation forms, and essay information will be given to students during the information session. The faculty of the program asks that you send no information to the HCC Radiology Department until you have completed the assessment test, the information session and have completed all items on the checklist. To schedule the assessment test and information session, please contact a member of the Hutchinson Community College Radiologic Technology Faculty.
The following dates are available for taking the assessment test. Testing begins at 8:30. Please make sure that you arrive at the testing site (Davis Hall, room 21) at least 15 minutes prior to testing time. For those individuals who receive at or above the minimum passing score the information session will follow and last until 1:00.
Fall 2014 Test Dates:
Spring 2015 Test Dates:
Assessment testing will take place in Davis Hall room 21. Testing begins promptly at 8:30 a.m.. Individuals arriving after 8:30 will not be permitted to sit for the assessment. Only persons who have scheduled a time will be allowed sit for the exam. All test rescheduling is the responsibility of the student, and is subject to availability.