Oakland Community College

Admission & Selection

Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program

To begin courses at Oakland Community College:

  • Apply for admission to the college.
  • Declare RAL (Radiologic Technology) as your designated curriculum on the college application or complete a "change of data" form if you are a current OCC student.
  • Have official transcript of course work from other colleges and/or universities sent to the Registrar's office (2480 Opdyke Rd. Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304-2266) for evaluation.
  • Make an appointment in the Academic Support Center (ASC) at any OCC campus for admissions testing followed by an appointment with a counselor to design a plan of course work. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 248-341-2000.
  • Begin required supportive and general education course work, as listed in the College Catalog, by registering for desired courses via OCC registration procedures.

Selection Process for the Professional Component in Radiologic Technology

Each year approximately 20-25 students are accepted into the professional component of the Radiologic Technology Program. This segment begins in September. In addition, this component requires full time participation. There are NO provisions for part-time student status. Students who wish to be considered for acceptance into the professional component for a specific year must complete all prerequisite courses by the end of the Winter semester of that year. Once all completion requirements are confirmed students are ranked in order based upon the following factors:

  • The date of completion of all supportive and general education requirements as listed in the college catalog.
  • The date "RAL" was formally declared as the designated curriculum choice.
  • *Grade Point Average (GPA) * The GPA is used when the date of declaration between two or more students has been declared during the same period of time.