Radiography: How to Apply

Applicants for the Radiography Program at Eastern Florida State College are evaluated for admission based upon the published Selection Criteria and Point System. In the event of a tie in points, the ranking of the applicants will be based on the date of program application. For selection, applicants must satisfy program entrance requirements outlined in the Application Steps below. Program entry is once each academic year: Summer Term (June), with the program then running six consecutive semesters.

APPLICATION FILES MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE February 15th ANNUAL DEADLINE. Interested students should see a Health Science Advisor. Incomplete files will not be considered for program admission. All applicants will be notified by mail of their status in the program.

A completed file must include:

  • Health Sciences Application to the Radiography Program
  • All unofficial transcripts from EFSC and all other colleges attended
  • Proof of work experience, if applicable


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Radiography Application Steps

See a Health Science Advisor

See a Health Science Advisor to set up an academic plan to ensure that the suggested coursework that can earn selection criteria bonus points and testing is completed before the application deadline. Students may walk in or make an appointment to speak with a health science advisor.

Verify EFSC General Admissions Status (Current, New, or Returning)

Students must be current students at Eastern Florida State College before they can apply to the Radiography program. 

NEW STUDENTS:  For students new to EFSC, complete the EFSC online application for admission prior to the Radiography program application deadline. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee that must be paid before the application can be processed.

Please note that application processing can take up to 14 days due to the current volume of applications. Check your email frequently for your acceptance letter.

In addition, new EFSC students need to

RETURNING STUDENTS:  Returning/readmit students who have not completed a course in the past year must also re-apply online.  There is no application fee for a readmit application. Readmit Students need to

  • Submit official transcripts from any and all colleges attended since their last enrollment at EFSC (if applicable).
  • Provide FL Residency documentation, and complete any other EFSC General Admissions requirements.

CURRENT STUDENTS: Current Students may move on to the next step.

Take the TEAS Test

The TEAS test must have been taken within the last TWO [2] years). Students must submit a copy of their scores to the Health Science Admissions Office (Melbourne Campus, Building 15, Room 101) by the application deadline. 

Complete the Online Application for the Radiography Program

Complete the online Health Sciences Institute Application for Radiography Technology. This application must be submitted by the application deadline. There is a $25 non-refundable fee for each program application (to be paid online or at the Student Accounts Business Office).

An UNOFFICIAL copy of each and every college transcript is required with the Radiography application. Unofficial EFSC transcripts can be accessed at the state FloridaShines website.

Submit Paperwork 

Submit all required paperwork to the Health Science Admissions Office in Melbourne, Building 15, Room 101.

1. Unofficial transcripts from all colleges attended, including EFSC
2. Work experience form (if applicable)
3. TEAS results

Post-Acceptance Requirements

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.
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