Radiography Point System
The Selection Committee is guided by a point system in making its decision, but the final selection is up to the committee members.
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Grade Point Average
The most recent grade point average will be used. For the college grade point average to be used, at least 12 credit hours of college courses must be completed. For the A.S. Degree programs, 4 credit hours of science must be included in the 12 credit hours from college.
|Grade Point Average||Points||G.E.D.|
|3.8 - 3.9||18||325-349|
|3.5 - 3.7||16||300-324|
|3.0 - 3.4||14||275-299|
|2.5 - 2.9||12||260-274|
|2.0 - 2.4||10||250-259|
Health Sciences Campus Education/Related Work Experience
Bonus points for relevant work / education experience may be earned in only one of the following areas:
|Work: One year of full-time equivalent work in a related Health Sciences Campus area||3|
|Graduate of a Health Sciences Campus Program - One semester or less in length||5|
|Graduate of a Health Sciences Campus Program - Two semesters or more in length||7|
|Graduate of a Health Sciences Campus Program - A. S. Degree or higher in relevant area||10|
Points for TEAS Test Scores
NOTE: Beginning with the 2017 program, the TABE Test will no longer be used. Applicants must take the TEAS Test. Testing information can be found at www.atitesting.com
Specific College Course Work Bonus Points
Each course is worth a maximum of 5 points. A total of 30 possible points. An "A" is worth 5 points. A "B" is worth 3 points. A "C" is worth 1 point. Only courses completed within the last 10 years can be used for bonus points.
College Credit Courses:
•Anatomy & Physiology I (includes lab)
•Anatomy & Physiology II (includes lab)
•Introduction to Health Care
•College Computer Course
The Radiography admissions committee reserves the right to give special consideration for repeat applicants.
Students accepted into the Radiography program will be required to have a background check and drug screening. Applicants must be drug free and free of offenses that would disqualify them from the student clinical experience in a health care setting.
The background check will include Residence History, Nationwide Sexual Offenders Registry search and Florida Statewide Criminal Records search. The cost of the background check and drug screening is the responsibility of the student. The program coordinator will provide the necessary paperwork to begin the process, once the student has been accepted into the program.
Equal Access Policy
Eastern Florida State College is dedicated to providing a nondiscriminatory environment which promotes equal access, equal educational opportunity, and equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of age, race, national origin, color, ethnicity, genetic information, religion, sex, gender preference, pregnancy, disability, marital status, veteran status, ancestry, or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment.
EFSC recognizes the rights of students and applicants with disabilities, including those with hepatitis B, under the protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.