​​​​Admission Information​​

The University of Findlay offers a Certificate of Completion, a Bachelor of Science degree, and an Associate of Arts degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT).In addition to UF acceptance for a specified major, acceptance to the professional program (at the Nuclear Medicine Institute) is required.  

In their junior year of study, University of Findlay students currently enrolled in the Nuclear Medicine Technology Programs major will be considered for admission to the upcoming cohorts upon submission of:
  • NMI New Applicant Questionnaire
  • All current post-secondary transcripts (including UF transcripts – available for free from the UF Registrar)
  • A written plan outlining how remaining prerequisites will be completed
  • Written indication of which cohort (FA or SP) and year is being applied to​
Please send the above items as one submission via email to [email protected].

Non-UF transient (visiting) or non-degree/certificate-seeking students applying directly to the Nuclear Medicine Institute must first apply to the University of Findlay.


When applying to the University, visit https://www.findlay.edu/admissions/ap​​ply-now​



Please select the entry term you intend to begin classes. Nuclear Medicine Technology Program courses are offered with Spring (SP) and Fall (FA) start dates. Please ensure you are applying prior to the respective deadline of April 1st or November 1st of the preceding year.

Transient (visiting) and non-degree seeking students should select the "Certificate Seeking" option in the application, then select "Nuclear Medicine Technology." As a part of your application to the University of Findlay with a Nuclear Medicine Technology major, you will be asked to submit a non-refundable $50 application fee, which may be paid electronically.


In order to be considered for admission, you must also submit:

  • NMI New Applicant Questionnaire
  • All current post-secondary transcripts (including UF transcripts – available for free from the UF Registrar)
  • A Written plan outlining how remaining prerequisites will be completed
  • Written indication of which cohort (FA or SP) and year is being applied to​
Please send the above items as one submission via email to [email protected].


Three Letters of Referen​​ce​ and high school transcripts are also due as outlined within the NMI Student Brochure and the NMI Admissions Timeline below.

All applicants are required to read the NMI Student Brochure, which contains very important information about the Nuclear Medicine Institute and professional Nuclear Medicine Technology program. Click the button below to read the NMI Student Brochure.




After submitting the required documentation, NMI will be in contact with acceptance or rejection to the program. Determination letters will be sent according to the timeline found in the NMI Student Brochure. Upon acceptance into the program, you will then begin the process to secure a clinical site. See below for information regarding the clinical site selection process and timeline.


Clinical Site Selection Process

Here is a how-to video guiding you through the process of securing a clinical site:
 


To learn more about NMI's financial aid structure and scholarship opportunities, please click here. ​


Deadline Information​


Enrollment into the NMI professional program is limited and clinical placement is competitive. Applications for clinical placement requests may be sent to NMI far in advance of the desired start date. Applications to the program are accepted throughout the calendar year with the following deadlines:


The following timeline applies to Spring (January) NMI applicants:


Apr 1 (of the preceding year) - New Applicant Questionnaire, all post-secondary transcripts, written plan for completion of prerequisites, and written indication of cohort/year desired must be sent to [email protected].


May 1 - High school transcripts and three references​ must be sent to [email protected].


Jun 1 - Conditional Letter of Acceptance and the list of available clinical affiliates will be mailed to the student that are selected for the class. All other students will also be notified by mail of their status.


Jun 20 - The student must return the list of available clinical affiliates with his or her choices indicated.


Jul 20 - The student should receive a letter from NMI, indicating which clinical site to contact to schedule an interview.


Aug 20 - The student should have the clinical interview completed.


Sept 20 - NMI will notify the student selected by the clinical site or if there is a need to interview at another clinical site.


Dec 1 - The student must be accepted by a clinical training site and all official transcripts, health forms and supporting documentation should be submitted.
 
 
The following timeline applies to Fall (August) NMI applicants:


Nov 1 (of the preceding year) - New Applicant Questionnaire, all post-secondary transcripts, written plan for completion of prerequisites, and written indication of cohort/year desired must be sent to [email protected] as one submission.


Dec 1 - high school transcripts and three references must be sent to [email protected].


Feb 1 - Conditional Letter of Acceptance and the list of available clinical affiliates will be mailed to the student that are selected for the class. All other students will also be notified by mail as their status.


Feb 20 - The student must return the list of available clinical affiliates with his or her choices indicated.


Mar 20 - The student should receive a letter from NMI, indicating which clinical site to contact to schedule an interview.


Apr 20 - The student should have the clinical interview completed.


May 20 - NMI will notify the student selected by the clinical site or if there is a need to interview at another clinical site.


July 1 - The student must be accepted by a clinical training site and all official transcripts, health forms and supporting documentation should be submitted.

*Please note: Students who have been dismissed or been placed on probation from any University of Findlay program for integrity issues or for issues related to noncompliance with program or University policies and procedures will not be considered for admission.