The School of Computed Tomography begins twice per year, in the Fall and in the Spring. Online applications are accepted year-round. All admission documents must be RECEIVED by April 1 for the Fall Semester and by October 1 for the Spring Semester.
- Apply ONLINE and pay the $35.00 nonrefundable application fee.
- Applicants submit the following to the School:
- Application portfolio documents
- Official transcripts
- Official transcripts showing completion of a Radiologic Technology program.
- Critical Test Scores
- A college entrance test is required. Scholastic Aptitude Reasoning Test (SAT I), American College Test (ACT), Compass, Asset, or ACCUPLACER, and/or ACCUPLACER Next Gen. Grady Health System’s SAT code is 5263, and the ACT code is 5329.
- Proof of current ARRT certification
- TOEFL score, if applicable (see International Student Requirements).
The applicant must provide names and e-mail addresses of four (4) references who have supervised the applicant for a minimum of six months in an evaluating position in the Imaging field (such as supervisors, educators, etc.). Friends, relatives, clergy, and co-workers are not acceptable references. Applicants should contact references prior to submission of the application. The school will email a reference form to those persons that are listed in the application
All application portfolio documents must be postmarked by April 1 for Fall Registration and October 1 for Spring Registration. Portfolio documents include the Application, Application Fee, Brief Autobiography, Transcript(s), Professional References, and Documentation of Current ARRT Certification or Eligibility.
Incomplete applications and those who do not adhere to the deadline dates will be disqualified. An applicant’s application and entrance requirements will not be returned to the applicant nor forwarded to another institution.
A qualifying applicant will be invited to Grady for an interview. This procedure takes approximately one hour.
Notices of acceptance or rejection will be emailed the week following the Admissions Committee meeting. Notices are given by email only.
Admission to the school is competitive, and the Admissions Committee reserves the right, in every case, to accept or reject any applicant based on previous academic performance, motivation, personality, or health and character as determined by the application process, interview, review of academic and sociological data, references and investigation.
All correspondence and inquiries pertaining to applications should be directed to the attention of the:
Schools of Radiation and Imaging Technologies
Grady Health System
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE – Box 26095
Atlanta, GA 30303-3050