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Submitted transcripts from all other colleges attended and a DACC application if transferring to DACC.
Applications must be submitted by March 15th of the year the applicant wishes to enter the program.
Applicants who are legal residents of Community College District 507 will be given priority for admission provided all admission criteria are met. This is contingent upon the completion of the pre-requisite courses as stated above.
Official definition of residence and description of District 507 boundaries are available in the Registration and Student Services offices.
Applicants who have completed pre-requisite courses at DACC will be given priority for admission over transfer students.
Applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of the Program, and must therefore, meet the Technical Requirements of the Radiologic Technology Program. Students will rotate through all of the program’s clinical sites. Depending on the student’s home location, for some sites, this may require a commute time of at least 1 hour each way.
Drug screening and current immunization status must be completed prior to the first day of classes. A medical history form and a physician’s exam must also be completed indicating the applicant meets the technical requirements of the Radiologic Technology program regarding physical, emotional, and mental skills and abilities or that reasonable accommodations will be requested.
Students must adhere to DACC’s drug free policy and must meet the criteria of each clinical site utilized by the Program. Criminal background checks will be conducted on all students prior to entering clinical education.
Applicants must possess the ability to use the English language to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing with individuals of all professional and social levels.
Typically, 15 students are accepted into the program. If qualified applicants exceed seat availability, the applicants will be rank-ordered according to their grades in the pre-requisite courses; then according to their grades in the other general education courses. Students transferring from other radiologic technology programs will not be given advanced placement. Only the successfully completed credits from the appropriate general education classes will be considered in their selection process.
Applicants accepted into the Program must respond with an acceptance or declination letter by the date specified on the acceptance letter. No response or a late response will be considered a declination, and the seat will be offered to the next qualified applicant.
If all seats are filled for the current year, remaining qualified applicants must submit another application the following year. Applications and waiting lists of qualified applicants will not be maintained from year to year.
Danville Area Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. Inquiries may be directed to Jill A. Cranmore, Vice President of Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer, Title IX Coordinator, and Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Danville Area Community College, 2000 E. Main St., Martin Luther King Memorial Way, Danville, IL 61832-5199, 217-443-8756, or email@example.com.