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Radiography Program (Florida)

How to Apply

Mayo Clinic radiography students examining an anatomical model with program director

Enrollment options

Students have two options to choose from when preparing to apply to the Mayo Clinic Radiography Program in Jacksonville, Florida.

 

Enrollment options

Affiliated associate degree option

Florida State College at Jacksonville offers an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Radiography track in affiliation with our program. (Program code: 2254.) Interested students must apply to FSCJ and must complete at least 14.5 credits in residence at FSCJ. Prerequisite courses count toward this total. Transfer credit for previous general college coursework may be accepted by FSCJ.

Certificate option

Students may be eligible for the certificate option if they have met both of the following:

  • Earned an associate degree or higher (does not have to be in radiography) before the program start date
  • Completed all of the required program prerequisite coursework

Transfer student policy 

Transfer credit from other radiography program coursework that is specific to radiography is not accepted.

FSCJ may accept transfer credit for previous general college coursework.

Non-U.S. citizen applicants

See the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences non-U.S. citizen applicant's policy.

Before you apply

Before you apply, learn what prerequisites and technical standards we require of each of our applicants.

Prerequisites (29 credits)

The Radiography Program includes 29 credits of prerequisites and 63 credits at Mayo Clinic.

You must complete at least 13 of the 29 semester credits prerequisites prior to applying to the program. The remaining prerequisite credits must be completed by the start of the program in January.

NumberCourseCredits

BSC 2085C

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4

HSC 1531

Medical Terminology

3

MAC 1105

College Algebra

3

ENC 1101

English Composition I

3

BSC 2086C

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4

PHY 1020C

Physics for Liberal Arts with Laboratory

3

CGS 1060

Introduction to Information Technology

3

Social sciences elective

3

Humanities elective

3

Technical standards

Candidates must meet the technical standards (with or without reasonable accommodation) necessary to acquire or demonstrate competence in health professions as outlined in the Radiography Program technical performance standards document.

Applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of the profession and meet the standards of the curriculum. To seek exceptions to these standards or reasonable accommodations, students accepted for admission must initiate a request with the program director at least six weeks before the program begins.

Application process

Application windowProgram start dateApply
Nov. 1 – Feb. 28 January (spring semester) Online application

1. Create an account. Prior to submission of an application, you must create an account. Note the following instructions as you create an account and begin completing an application.

  • On the Create an Account page:
    • For School of Study → select School of Health Science
    • For Location → select Jacksonville, FL
    • For Area of Interest → select Radiography Program
    • For Start date → choose date
  • On the My Account page:
    • Scroll down to Next Steps → select 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. Online application. The sections below are located in the application. You may complete them in order or click on the section you want 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
  • Education:
    • Be sure to input as much information as possible (including all high school information)
  • Employment:
    • List your employment history
  • Standardized testing:
    • Input information regarding the ACT, SAT, and/or GRE as they apply to you
  • Essay:
    • This is not required for application
  • Signature and submit:
    • Certify and sign your application
    • Submit your application

3. Complete the recommendations/supplemental items. After submitting the application, select "Click here to upload program-specific supplemental item(s)." If required by the program, upload any supplemental items under the "Supplemental Items" box. 

  • Recommendations. Submit two references by entering email addresses for recommendations under the "Recommendation Requests" section. A minimum of one reference must be an educational reference.
    • Educational reference. Choose a person familiar with your educational qualifications and your potential for success in the field of radiography. References may include current or former teachers or professors.
    • Work reference. Choose a person familiar with your professional qualifications and your potential for success in the field of radiography. References may include employers, teachers, or supervisors.

** If you don't complete these at the time of submission, visit your "My Account" page and navigate to your application for a link to complete.

4. Submit official transcripts. Submit official transcripts from all educational institutions, including all college and university credits and grades from your most recent quarter or semester. Transcripts may be sent directly to Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences from the school and must include an embossed seal. If transcripts are sent to you, send them to the Radiography Program in the original, unopened envelopes.

Send the required materials that are not completed online, plus any transcripts not sent directly to Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences, in one envelope to:

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences
Radiography Program
Attn: Shaun Harrell
Vincent A. Stabile Building, Room 830N
4500 San Pablo Road
Jacksonville, FL 32224

What happens after I submit my application?

Interviews. Applicants considered for an appointment are invited to Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, for a personal interview with the program's interview panel. Admissions decisions are based on the applicant’s performance in the prerequisite courses and the interview.

Acceptance. If you receive an appointment letter, your reply is expected within two weeks. Your appointment to the program is dependent upon successful completion of all prerequisites, the employee health requirements, and the background check.

Enrolled students are required to be covered in a medical insurance plan throughout their educational program at Mayo Clinic. Students who do not have health care coverage should purchase a policy from an agency or company of their choice. Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences does not endorse any particular plan or provider.