Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply at least 6-12 months prior to the beginning class date.
The application and student brochure for the positron emission tomography and computed tomography (PET/CT) program can be found here:
A non-refundable $50 PET/CT application fee must accompany the students application form. Applications received without the application fee are not processed.
Applicants receiving their post-secondary education outside the United States must have their credentials evaluated by an acceptable credentials evaluation service or University to show U.S. equivalency. Official copies of high school, college, and technical training transcripts must be forwarded to Diagnostic Services - PET/CT program. When applicable, verification of registry status and/or a credentials evaluation must be on file with the PET/CT program for review by an admissions committee.
The PET/CT application process:
Fill out the application and add your $50 non-refundable PET/CT application deposit.
- Mail everything together back to:
The University of Findlay
Diagnostic Services - PET/CT Program
1000 North Main Street
Findlay, OH 45840
When all materials have been received, your application will be reviewed for admission and you will be notified of the admissions committee’s decision.
Deadlines and Information
There are no program-specific deadlines for admission into the positron emission tomography and computed tomography program at this time.
PET/CT Application Timeline:
6 months prior to semester
The applicant should submit the application and fee, high school and post secondary transcripts, and proof of board certification for nuclear medicine technology (if applicable).
4 months prior to semester
A Tentative Letter of Acceptance and correspondence concerning available clinical affiliates or a letter informing the applicant of his/her status will be sent to the applicant.
3 months prior to semester
The student must return the list of available clinical affiliates with his or her choices indicated.
2 months prior to semester
The student should receive a letter from The PET/CT program indicating additional requirements. Prior to completion the of current semester the student should have the clinical interview completed. The student must be accepted by a clinical training site and all official documentation must