St. Alexius Medical Center and University of Mary
Radiologic Technology Program
Application Procedure / Admission Policies:
An application will be sent upon request to prospective students or you can download a copy from this site:
The following documents must be in the file of any applicant before it will be acted upon.
- Application to program
- High school and current college transcripts
- ACT score
- Three letters of recommendation/reference
- A twenty dollar, non-refundable processing fee with application
- Release form
An interview will be considered if the documents are in before January 1st and if the student has a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the science courses. There are approximately twenty interviews granted each year. Personal interviews are scheduled by the admissions committee and take place generally in January. Candidates are selected on the basis of previous academic background, personal interview, and meeting the technical standards. Candidates selected for admission into the program will be notified by mail and will have up to seven days to respond with an acceptance of the position offered or a denial of this position. If the program does not hear from the selected candidate within this seven day time frame, the position will be offered to an alternate student.
Student recruitment and matriculation policies are non-discriminatory with respect to race, color, religion, gender, age, disabilities, or national origin.
Fee and Tuition
Standard University of Mary tuition applies to all professional courses. Tuition is payable to University of Mary and is subject to change without notice. Student expenses, in addition to tuition, include books, uniforms, shoes, a calculator and a graduation pin. Travel and housing expenses related to out-of-state clinical practicum are the student’s responsibility.
Stipends and housing and food reimbursements are not provided. Discounted meals are available at St. Alexius Medical Center’s cafeteria.
Financial aid is available through University of Mary’s financial aid office. For more information, call (701) 255-7500.
In addition, St. Alexius Medical Center offers scholarship opportunities. The Brita Eriksen Memorial fund is an educational assistance loan for students, as is The Wilbur Heidt and Tony Niemann Memorial Scholarship. Scholarships are based on financial need and academic standing. Applications are available through the RT Program.
Holidays and Breaks
The Radiologic Technology Program follows University of Mary’s academic calendar; most university holidays are honored by the program.
Student Employment Policy
Students frequently find it necessary to work while enrolled in the professional program. Successful completion of the program should be the priority for students, therefore students will negotiate schedules with their employers to accommodate the school schedule. Under no circumstances are work commitments, job interviews or employee orientations legitimate reasons for missing class, being late to class or leaving class early.