Diagnostic Medical Sonography & Radiation Therapy - 2020 Program Application

The Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiation Therapy programs at GVSU are competitive and require completion of secondary application materials. Applicants must complete the prerequisites AND all of the GVSU General Education courses (excluding Issue courses) prior to the start of the program. Students may apply to the program February 1 if they can demonstrate that the prerequisites and general education courses will be completed by the time the program starts in August. There are no waiting lists.
Application deadline extended to: FEBRUARY 1, 2020

Apply Online Here

Required Supplemental Application Forms

Please Note: This online application does not have the ability to be saved,
it will need to be submitted for the application to go through.

Disclaimer: All PDF forms are best displayed and saved using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. 

Application Materials Checklist:

  • GVSU Undergraduate Application (only required for students who are not currently a GVSU student)
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography & Radiation Therapy Program Application (submitted online)
  • One to two page Statement of Professional Goals (can be attached to online application)
  • Two Recommendations on program specific forms
  • Resume - List ALL health care experiences. It is suggested to put as much detail on the Resume as possible, including:
    total number of hours, days, and visits for the following categories: (Volunteer, Healthcare/Job Shadow, Extracurricular, and Employment) (Resume can be attached to online application)
  • Verification of Course Completion form (Print and mail to the College of Health Professions - Student Services Office)
  • Official and updated copies of ALL non-GVSU transcripts need to be sent directly to the Admissions Office at:

Grand Valley State University
Attn: Admissions Office
1 Campus Drive - 150 STU
Allendale, MI 49401

All supplemental application materials must be submitted by February 1
and preferably with the online application. If this is an issue, they may be sent to:
Grand Valley State University 
College of Health Professions
301 Michigan St., NE Suite #113
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3314
phone (616) 331-5900
fax (616) 331-5643

Admission Considerations

Academic grade point average from prerequisite courses (40%)
Academic grade point average from previous two calendar years (10%)
Interview and/or Writing Assessment completed on-site at the College of Health Professions (30%)
Health Care Experience – minimum of 16 hours volunteer or paid AND 2-3 hours job shadow (5%)
Recommendations (5%)
Additional leadership considerations (10%)

Page last modified June 19, 2019