Application Cycles

The program application is available on this web page only during the application window. Incomplete applications and applications received after the deadline or outside of the application window(s) will not be considered. Any changes to application dates are published on this page.

January 2025 Admission

Applications for Spring 2025 will be accepted from July 8, 2024 until 4 p.m. on September 9, 2024.

Note: The application fee, online application, and all supporting documents must be submitted to complete the Radiography Application Admission Process. All items can be found in the Application Checklist below.

Application Checklist

  • PHSC application with a $25 non-refundable fee for new students or a PHSC readmission application for returning PHSC students not enrolled for more than 3 consecutive terms (1 Year).
  • Radiography application.
  • Payment receipt of the separate $25 non-refundable limited access Radiography application fee.
  • Clear, enlarged copy of current driver’s license indicating a physical mailing address (PO Box addresses will not be used for residency preference in the selection process).  If a driver’s license, or equivalent, does not prove Pasco or Hernando County residency, it will be processed as a non-resident (out-of-county) application.
  • Official high school transcript with graduation date indicating receipt of a standard high school diploma or an official transcript of GED scores indicating receipt of a high school equivalency diploma, if not already submitted.
  • Official transcripts from each U.S. college and university attended other than PHSC.
  • Official scores from external agencies, if applicable, for prerequisite courses (i.e. AP, CLEP, IB, etc.).
  • Confirmation that any needed course substitutions or credit shortages have been approved by the application deadline date.
  • Transfer Credits: If the course prefix and number of an evaluated transfer course is not equivalent to PHSC's course prefix and number (for example, transfer course does not indicate BSC 1085), then you will have to meet with an advisor to complete a course substitution.
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher.

Complete all the following prerequisite courses with a combined GPA of 2.5 or higher; and with at least a grade of "C" or higher in each course:

  • BSC 1085, Human Anatomy & Physiology I                3 credits
  • BSC 1085L, Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      1 credit
  • BSC 1086, Human Anatomy & Physiology II               3 credits
  • BSC 1086L, Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab     1 credit

Complete one of the following math courses (3 or more credits) with a grade of "C" or higher:

The grade you earn in your math course is calculated as part of your pre-requisite GPA mentioned above.

  • MAC 1105, College Algebra
  • MAC 1147, Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MAC 2233, Applied Calculus
  • MAC 2311, Calculus and Analytical Geometry 1
  • MAC 2312, Calculus and Analytical Geometry 2
  • MAC 2313, Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3
  • MAP 2302, Differential Equations

Selection Statistics

Term Prerequisite GPA Cumulative GPA
Spring 2023 3.45 3.40
Spring 2022 3.39 3.34
Spring 2021 3.83 3.79

The GPAs listed above are averages for those students selected in the initial selection of Radiography candidates. All qualified applicants are ranked via a 100 point ranking system based on their prerequisite GPA (80%), their overall cumulative GPA (15%) and their county residency (5%). Residency is determined based on the mailing address listed on the driver’s license submitted with the application only. Students not selected maintain their score and ranking. If a seat becomes available, applicants are contacted in the order that they are ranked. The GPAs listed are averages and are not associated with an individual applicant. Some applicants selected may have GPAs above or below the average in one or both categories listed.

Job Outlook

Radiologic technologist in the US are projected to increase by 9% by 2024, the field of radiologic technology is expected to grow faster than average. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts more than 20,700 new jobs over the next seven years. There is an immediate and sustainable demand for educated radiologic technologist in clinics, physicians’ offices, and hospitals.

Job seekers can stand out in this growing field of qualified professionals by getting hands on experience before entering the field by earning a two year A.S degree in Radiography. Those with knowledge of more than one diagnostic imaging procedure—such as CT, MRI and mammography—will have the best employment opportunities.

Job Potential Earnings

According to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics, the hourly wage for radiologic technologists and technicians in our area start around $19.60 and average $26 per hour.

Special Notice

  • A physical examination certifying satisfactory health is required
  • Clinical agencies require the student to submit a negative criminal background check and drug screening
  • Twenty students are admitted annually into this limited access program
  • Students will attend the FSRT (Florida Society of Radiologic Technologists) annual conference in Orlando Florida.
  • Students attend classes Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate receives an Associate in Science in Radiography degree and is eligible to apply for a State General Radiographer’s License and sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) National Credentialing examination. The cost of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) National Credentialing examination is $200. The graduate will also be eligible to apply for a state license issued by the Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control. The cost is $50 payable to the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control.

State Licensure Information

To determine the state(s) in which the program meets or does not meet the requirements, or if PHSC was unable to determine if the program meets the licensing requirements, see below.

  • Meets: Florida
  • Does Not Meet: Not applicable.
  • Unable to Determine: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands