Apply Online

Programs in the Department of Radiation Technology at Loma Linda University are in demand and have a competitive applicant pool. Students are encouraged to submit completed applications as early in the enrollment period as possible! 

To apply online to a program in the Department of Radiation Technology, refer to the School of Allied Health Professions admissions page

Current students applying to further their education in another program in the same department must first complete their initial program in order to be eligible to continue on to the second program.  The start date of the second program must be after the first program completion date.

The $60 application fee is nonrefundable; however, it is possible to have the $60 application fee waived by attending one of our free online information sessions, or by attending the Loma Linda University Open House each January. The waiver of the application fee only applies to programs in the Department of Radiation Technology.

Schedule an Appointment

You may schedule an appointment to talk with an advisor either in person or on the phone. Call (909) 558-4931 to set up an appointment with a program advisor. Please plan to have available your college transcripts (unofficial copies are ok) and a completed check sheet for your program of interest. If your appointment is by phone, it is helpful if you can fax your information beforehand.

When to Apply

Application windows vary for each program. Deadlines are specific to each program. Check individual program brochures and websites for specific deadline dates. It is recommended that you apply early in the application window since it could increase your chances of acceptance.  Classes may fill before the published deadline.

Prerequisites & Requirements

You must complete prerequisite course work at any accredited college or junior college before being admitted to a program in the School of Allied health Professions. A high school diploma or the GED is required for acceptance. Check our transfer patterns required for entry. The minimum GPA requirement for an associates degree is 2.5; however, a minimum 3.0 GPA is recommended to be competitive. A minimum GPA requirement for bachelor's and master's degrees is 3.0. All students who are accepted will need to have a background check and hold a current valid American Heart Association CPA card. Some students will be required to have a drug test.

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