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Radiologic Sciences: Student Resources

Advisement & Registration

All students wishing to declare Radiologic Sciences as their major must be in good academic standing with the University and have a minimum GPA of 2.5.

All faculty in the Radiologic Sciences Program participate in student advisement. While not required, students are encouraged to seek advisement with faculty in the track to which they are seeking admission. Students are encouraged to contact the individual faculty member for an appointment. Advisement is by appointment only.

Students are encouraged to begin taking related core courses (specifically the sciences), as soon as possible, in order to be competitive for entry into the programs. All students who enter the baccalaureate degree program in Radiologic Sciences must complete a required 50 hours of core courses prior to admission. Thus, it is imperative to begin working with an advisor as soon as possible.

Scheduling

Scholarships

Sharyn D. Gibson Memorial Scholarship

The Sharyn D. Gibson Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a senior student admitted to any of the programs in the Radiologic Sciences Department. Recipients receive a one-time award and are acknowledged during the pinning ceremony held prior to graduation.

Application Requirements:

  1. Financial aid score through FAFSA. FAFSA scores must be on official documents and include the Student Aid Report.
  2. A personal letter summarizing the financial need for scholarship.
  3. An essay describing the importance of professionalism and ethics. The essay must be typed and double spaced and have a length between 1 and 3 pages.

 

Student Organizations

Radiologic Sciences Student Association

All students admitted to the department are members of the Student Association. This association provides services to the students such as radiation monitoring and represents the students at the department and university level.

Lambda Nu National Honor Society

Lambda Nu (LN) is a national honor society for the radiologic and imaging sciences. Its objectives are to:

  1. promote academic scholarship at the highest academic levels
  2. promote community service and awareness in the radiologic and imaging sciences
  3. recognize and encourage scholastic achievement and excellence

All qualified Armstrong students are eligible for membership according to the following standards:

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