CT Program Application (5/2018)
How to Apply to Get Into the CT Program
APPLICATION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURE
The applications are accepted ONLY between January 1
and May 30
of each even numbered year.
All documents are to be emailed to Marc Smith, Nursing & Allied Health Coordinator, at email@example.com.
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED IN PERSON BEFORE THE APPLICATION IS ACCEPTED.
1. A CT Program Application. Click here to download.
2. A resume that documents at least one year experience as an ARRT registered technologist in either Radiography, Nuclear
Medicine, Ultrasound, or Radiation Therapy.
3. California venipuncture certificate (phlebotomy or other certifications are not accepted.)
4. Official transcripts with award of associate degree or higher and showing at least the last 30 college units of semester
coursework (45 quarter units).
5. Copies of current California CRT and ARRT certification.
6. Copy of current CPR card (American Heart Association Healthcare provider ONLY accepted).
7. A minimum of 3 signed letters of recommendation from employers or supervisors on official letterhead. Letters must be
dated within 6 months of application date.
CT Program candidates are required to complete and pass the program prerequisite: DMI 403 - Cross Sectional Anatomy.
DMI 403 is offered to CT and MRI program candidates during the summer session and fall semester ONLY. DMI 403 is offered in
the spring semester but it is restricted to the LBCC Diagnostic Medical Imaging Program students.
CT candidates are selected via point system. The following factors affect points awarded:
GPA of last 30 semester units
Highest degree awarded
Grade from prerequisite class DMI 403 Cross Sectional Anatomy (we do not accept other colleges cross sectional anatomy courses
Date when application is provisionally accepted (in the event of a tie, the earliest day during the month will determine which
candidate is selected)
Past LBCC DMI PROGRAM graduate
Previous LBCC CT program applicant
Years of experience as an ARRT registered technologist
Around the 2
week of August, we will provisionally accept approximately 20 CT students and 5 alternates. Upon being
provisionally accepted into the program, CT Program students and alternates will have one month to complete a LBCC specified
background check and upload all vaccination documents and certifications required with the background check. In addition,
students must be prescreened prior to admission for physical safety requirements. There are certain conditions that would be
considered physically unsafe for an individual to be present in the CT environment.