Cardiovascular Technology Degree Application Instructions
Fall 2020 Application and Prerequisite Deadline: June 22, 2020
Student must be currently enrolled at or accepted to Gwinnett Technical College to pursue admission to the Associate
Degree Cardiovascular Technology program.
Please read and follow the five step application process outlined below.
Step 1: Complete the attached Cardiovascular Technology Degree application form. Read the
instructions and application requirements very carefully. This is a writable form and
does not need to be printed out. Please save to your computer and fill out the form
and save it back to your computer once you have completed the application before
you email the form and all required documents to healthapp@gwinnetttech.edu.
Step 2: Review your Gwinnett Technical College Transcript to confirm that all
prerequisites are accurately reflected.
To review & print your Gwinnett Technical College academic transcript:
Log on to gtc-web.org
Click on “Student/Faculty Secure Area”
User name: FLLLLLLXXXX (F=first initial lowercase L=first 6 of last name
lowercase XXXX= last four digits of student 900 number)
Password: Enter default (gtcmmddyy) or your customized password).
Click on “Student Services and Financial Aid”
Click on “Student Records”
Click on “Academic Transcript”
Click on “Submit”
*NOTE TO APPLICANTS EXPECTING TRANSFER CREDIT: Applicants will need to be accepted into
Gwinnett Technical College at least 3 weeks prior to the June 22
deadline to ensure that transfer
credits have enough time to be evaluated and transferred in. The process of evaluating official
transcripts does not begin until a student is accepted and can take between 2-3 weeks. Once the
official evaluation process is complete, the credits that have been accepted will be transferred in and
will show on your Gwinnett Technical College Transcript. If any pre-requisites have been taken at
other institutions and are not reflected on your Gwinnett Technical College transcript 2-3 weeks after
acceptance, or if you are accepted less than 3 weeks prior to the June 22
deadline, please e-mail the
Healthcare Team at
Gwinnett Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Lisa Richardson,
Section 504/ADA, Title IX and Equity Coordinator, Building 100, Room 708, 678.226.6691, LRichardson@GwinnettTech.edu.
Step 3: Take the TEAS:
The ATI TEAS Exam is offered by appointment only at the Gwinnett Technical
College Assessment Center and will be given remotely on both the Lawrenceville an
Alpharetta-North Fulton campuses.
The ATI TEAS exam must be taken between May 21, 2019 (to accommodate the
previous deadline in 2019) and current application deadline of June 22, 2020. A
copy of the score report must be submitted with your application packet.
The cost of the ATI TEAS exam is $107, which is paid online directly to ATI TEAS at
the time your appointment is made. NO REFUND is available.
The minimum score to apply is 70.
Students must register for the ATI TEAS Exam at atitesting.com. Please create an
account and select Gwinnett Technical College AH (Allied Health) as your institution.
Applicants may take the ATI TEAS Exam a maximum of 2 times per application cycle
at Gwinnett Technical College.
Students may also test at other institutions and have an official score report sent
electronically from ATI to Gwinnett Technical College. Note: We accept both the
ATI TEAS for Allied Healthand ATI TEAS for Nursing Studentsresults. All
scores must be have been sent officially from ATI to Gwinnett Tech and received by
our Assessment Center in order for student to apply. A copy of the official score
report must be submitted as part of the application packet. Students may obtain
this score report from the GTC Assessment Center.
The highest ATI TEAS Exam score earned within the application cycle will be
To request an ATI TEAS transcript visit atitesting.com and:
o Click on Student Home page; select My Results tab; select Share Results link;
select Gwinnett Technical College AH as your institution; click continue to
open the Shopping Cart, and then click Check Out to open the secure
checkout page. ATI TEAS Exam transcripts are $27.00 and is paid directly to
Step 4: Complete the Cardiovascular Technology Degree Application Form with all required
Be sure to attach a copy of your current:
Gwinnett Technical College transcript printed from gtc-web.org,
ATI TEAS Exam results
Driver’s license
Permanent Resident Card - only if you are not a U.S. citizen.
Step 5: Submit your completed application packet to the email address
healthapp@gwinnetttech.edu, no later than June 22, 2020. Your packet will be
reviewed by an advisor for accuracy and completion before being submitted for
processing. Incomplete application packets will not be accepted.
Gwinnett Technical College
Cardiovascular Technology Degree Competitive Selection Application
Fall Semester 2020 Cohort
Application and Prerequisite Deadline: June 22, 2020
Please complete the Competitive Selection Application and attach all required documents. Neither the Competitive Selection
Application nor supporting documentation will be accepted after the application deadline. Documents must be submitted as a
complete packet and may not be submitted individually.
Please Provide the Following Information
1. Have you submitted official transcripts to Admissions for all colleges
previously attended and Official Score Reports from College Board for any
AP credit obtained?
2. Have you attached a copy of your driver’s license? Cannot be expired.
3. Have you attached a copy of your Permanent Resident Card only needed if
you are not a U.S. citizen. Cannot be expired.
4. Have you attached your ATI TEAS Exam results?
5. You must have completed the ATI TEAS exam with a minimum score of 70%
between May 21, 2019 and June 22, 2020. Please attach official score
For staff use only
Student has an active admissions file.
Student is in good academic standing
Checked for current TEAS scores in SOATEST; score
meets 70% minimum, and a copy is attached
FYES 1000 completed with a “C” or higher
All BIOL classes were taken Summer 2015 or later
PHYS 1110 was taken Summer 2010 or later
Driver’s license is attached and has not expired.
Check to see if student has taken FYES 1000 or
Applicant Information
ID #:
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__ /___ /___
Full Name:
Street Address
Apartment/Unit #
ZIP Code
( ________ ) _________ - ____________
( ________ ) _________ - ____________
Gwinnett Technical College
Cardiovascular Technology Degree Competitive Selection Application
The Cardiovascular Technology program requires the following courses to be completed by the application prerequisite
deadline. Each course must be completed with a minimum grade of “C.” In addition to earning a minimum grade of “C” in each
course, an overall GPA of 3.0 must be earned in the required prerequisite courses. A student may retake a course, however only
the most recent attempt will be considered for the prerequisite GPA calculation used for this initial screening process. The final
selection process will include additional criteria such as, overall GPA (including other schools); prerequisite GPA, ATI TEAS Exam
results, etc.
Please identify where and when each course was completed, and the letter grade attained. If you repeated a required course,
please list information related to the most recent attempt. Gwinnett Technical College must have an official transcript on file
for each college previously attended. Please view your Gwinnett Technical academic transcript through Self-Service BANNER
Web to find the dates and grades for specific courses completed with Gwinnett Technical College.
College Where Completed
points from
key to the
Column A Column B
Number of
Credit Hours
(Add hours
from each
class and
enter total on
line below)
Product of
last 2
points by
number of
credit hours)
BIOL 2113* 3 A = 4
BIOL 2113L* 1 B = 3
BIOL 2114* 3 C = 2
BIOL 2114L* 1
PHYS 1110** 3
PHYS 1110L** 1
ENGL 1101 3
MATH 1111 3
MATH 1127 3
Total: 21
Enter total from Column B
Enter total from Column A
Cumulative GPA
*Course must have been completed within 5 years of the competitive prerequisite deadline.
**Course must have been completed within 10 years of the competitive prerequisite deadline.
Gwinnett Technical College
Cardiovascular Technology Degree Competitive Selection Application
Please initial next to each statement, signifying that you have read and understand the following information; then
sign and date below.
I understand this application, along with all course information and supporting documents, must be received by
healthapp@gwinnetttech.edu by the program application packet deadline of June 22, 2020. I also
understand incomplete packets will not be considered.
I have attached an unofficial copy of my Gwinnett Technical College transcript printed from gtc-web.org and, if
applicable, all my transfer credits are accurately reflected therein. I have also attached a copy of my driver’s
license, TEAS exam scores and if you are not a U.S. citizen you will need to attach a copy of your Permanent
Resident Card.
I understand FYES 1000 (unless exempt) must be completed with a “C” or higher to meet graduation
requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to complete FYES 1000, a Humanities Elective, and PSYC
1101 prior to the program start to meet graduation requirements.
I understand that all prerequisites marked with an asterisk (*) above must have been completed within 5 year
of the application deadline and all courses marked with two asterisks (**) must have been completed within 10
years of the application deadline. BIOL classes completed prior to Summer Semester of 2015 will be considered
expired and PHYS 1110 classes completed prior to Summer Semester of 2010 will be considered expired.
Expired classes must be retaken or an exemption exam passed within the current application cycle in order to
apply. Information on exemption exams can be found at
I understand that completion of prerequisite courses and meeting other minimum requirements does not
guarantee selection to the Cardiovascular Technology program, as there are a limited number of seats available
in the occupational and clinical courses. Candidate selection is based on a competitive selection process which
includes GPA and TEAS Score.
Student Signature_____________________________________________________Date __________________