Eight to 10 candidates are selected on a competitive basis each year for the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
How to apply
Mandatory all-school orientation is at the end of August and classes begin the first Tuesday in September.
The application window is Nov. 1 - Jan. 20. Your application and all supporting documentation must be received by January 20 of the year you wish to begin classes.
1. Create an account. Prior to submission of an application, you must create an account. Note the following as you create an account and begin completing an application.
- On the Create an Account page:
- For School of Study → School of Health Sciences
- For Location → Rochester, MN
- For Area of Interest → Nuclear Medicine Program
- For Start Date → Choose date
- For Entry Term → Term available
- On the My Account page:
- Scroll down to Next Steps → Start an Application
- On the Online Application page:
- Verify that the program listed is what you want
- Click "Continue with Application Selected Above"
- On the Application Listing page:
- Select "Start a New Full Application"
2. Complete the online application. Once you have created an account, you will be able to continue with the application. The sections below are located in the application. You may complete them in order or click on the section you want using the navigation menu on the left.
- Program of interest:
- Review populated data for accuracy
- Complete "Reapplying and Education Completed" questions
- Personal information:
- Review populated data
- Complete any other fields
- If you didn't enter an address or phone number before, you will be required to enter it now
- Demographic data:
- Fill in as necessary
- Add all post-secondary institutions attended
- Add work experience
- Standardized testing:
- Please input scores relating to ACT/SAT and/or GRE standardized tests
- Professional licensing and registration:
- Enter any professional licenses you hold
- Please follow the instructions and questions within the application to provide an essay that is between 300-500 words in length. Your application essay is used by the Admissions Committee to evaluate your interest, understanding, and special qualifications in your chosen field of study.
- Signature and submit:
- Certify and sign your application
- Submit your application
3. Complete the recommendations/supplemental items. After submitting the application, click "Click here to upload program-specific supplemental item(s)."
- Upload all unofficial post-secondary transcripts
- Note: When applying to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program, you will upload all unofficial post-secondary transcripts. If an appointment is offered, all official post-secondary transcripts will be required.
- Enter email addresses for recommendations under the "Recommendation Requests"
- Two completed recommendations are required — one from an educational reference and one from a work reference. Your recommender has the option to attach an additional letter of recommendation to his or her completed electronic recommendation form.
**If you do not complete these at the time of submission, please visit your "My Account" page and navigate to your application for a link to complete.
Applicants considered for an appointment are invited to visit Mayo Clinic for a personal interview with the program director and program's admissions committee. An interview can be arranged only when your application file is complete.
During the interview, you meet other candidates and receive materials about Mayo Clinic and Rochester, Minnesota. Current students provide a tour of Mayo Clinic's nuclear medicine facilities.
Appointment emails are sent as late as mid-March. An email response is typically requested within 5 days.
All official post-secondary transcripts may be sent directly to Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences from your school and must include an embossed seal. If, however, they are sent to you first, forward them in their original, unopened envelope to the below address:
Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences
Siebens Building, 11th Floor
200 First St. SW
Rochester, MN 55905