At this time, we are not accepting international students for Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography.
Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography prides itself on accepting students that will become great radiographers.
Applicants must have a minimum of an associate degree or be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree radiography program with an affiliate university (Marian University, Saint Cloud State University, UW-Oshkosh).
Applicants with a strong math and science background and knowledge of the profession will be highly considered for entrance into the program. Additionally, preferred applicants have higher than an average post-secondary normalized GPA of 3.0 based on a 4-point grading system.
All applicants must be healthy, physically and mentally. The following is a guide to the abilities necessary to practice as a radiographer. If you have questions regarding any of these areas, please
- Work with charts, records, computers, and manipulate x-ray controls for the production of radiation.
- Converse with patients and peers.
- Push and pull wheelchairs, beds, stretchers, and portable equipment.
- Lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds.
- Stand and walk for extended periods of time.
- Work with male and female faculty, and patients.
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application checklist can be utilized to compile and submit all required application material.
3. Official transcripts from high school and all post-secondary colleges/universities.
4. ACT/SAT test results
Applicant Reference Request forms. If you are a student of an affiliate university, one of the three must come from an instructor/professor.
6. A $30 non-refundable application Fee. Check, money order, or credit card is accepted. See application for details.
The application deadline is the
first Friday in December. All mailed application materials must be postmarked on that date. Digitally submitted material must have a time stamp before 11:59 pm on that date.
Applications missing any of the above required elements will be deemed incomplete and ineligible for admission.
Once an applicant's information has been reviewed, the applicant will be notified of eligibility and will be instructed to schedule a personal interview and tour of the medical complex. This is used to give an opportunity for the applicant to show:
- His/Her interest in the profession and program
- Previous public relations and customer service experience
- Communication skills
Final student selection is determined by a point system in which the applicant receives points from their transcript, references, personal interview, and input from the admissions committee.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to the applicant soon after interviews have been completed. The applicant is required to acknowledge his/her acceptance by returning a form along with a $100 deposit. This fee is non-refundable. Student acceptance into the program is contingent upon the student passing the drug screening and criminal background check.
Notification of Denial
Those applicants who have met the school's requirements but who were not selected for enrollment into the school will be notified by letter. Applicants that were not accepted but are still interested in a position in a future class must begin the application process again. Application materials will not be kept for successive years.
We do not transfer credit from other schools to complete our radiography curriculum courses.
Students previously in the program may apply for readmission. The Admissions Committee considers the reapplication on an individual basis to determine the applicant’s ability to succeed in the program based on recent references, and previous classroom and clinical performances. The application procedure for admission must be followed.
It is the policy of Marshfield Clinic to consider all applicants for admission without regard to age, race, religion, creed, color, handicap, marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, sexual orientation, military reserve status, or any other unlawful bias.