Application forms and the Applying Online instructions can be found under the Forms section of this website.  At this time, applications are only being accepted via email.  Paper applications will not be accepted.

It is recommended that you make an appointment with a counselor if you have questions regarding course equivalency for prerequisites not taken at Moorpark College.  Any questions pertaining to the application process please refer to our website or call at 805-378-1433.

Applications to the Radiologic Technology Program are accepted once a year:

  • February 1st - 11:59pm on February 28th
  • Please see the Applying Online Instructions in the Forms Section.
  • Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of application.


Please make sure to include the following items as part of your online application packet:

  • The Radiologic Technology Program Application
  • VCCCD transcript ordered from the portal and delivered to yourself, if courses were attempted at Moorpark, Ventura, or Oxnard College. Refer to the Moorpark College Admissions and Records Official Transcript Request webpage for directions on how to order this transcript and have it delivered to yourself. You will need to open or electronically-open this transcript and include it with your application materials. This opened VCCCD transcript is acceptable for the rad tech application only. The opened transcript will be considered unofficial for any other purposes. Failure to submit transcripts with all courses attempted and grades posted will result in disqualification. 
  • ALL course descriptions from the specific college catalog where the course was taken (prerequisites only) if outside the Ventura County Community College District. Please print the actual page from the college catalog of the semester and year you took the course. Do not cut and paste onto a word document, and do not use the course syllabus nor college schedules of classes description. College catalogs can be found on each college's website.
  • ALL  Official (sealed) transcripts must be submitted to the Moorpark College Admissions and Records department PRIOR to submitting your online application packet.  Official electronic transmission from the institution or hard copy of the original sealed envelope is acceptable.  This includes:
  • Official transcripts from each college attended - all courses taken for credit or no credit must be included even if not part of the major. Failure to submit transcripts with all courses attempted and grades posted will result in disqualification. 
  • International transcripts, if applicable. International transcripts must be translated and evaluated: please refer to the Moorpark College Counseling website for information on having international transcripts evaluated:
  • Official Advanced Placement (AP) scores from College Board (in original sealed/unopened envelope), if any.

Processing of applications can take up to 4 months; you will not be contacted during this time. 


Admission Requirements

  • Students must be at least 18 years old at the time of application.
  • Minimum overall GPA of 2.5 or better in all college coursework.
  • Applicants MUST complete the prerequisite courses PRIOR to submitting an application. Please refer to Curriculum Guide page for list of prerequisite courses.
  • A social security number is required for application, as it is a requirement of our clinical facilities.
  • It is the student's responsibility to check all prerequisites.

Selection Process

Qualified applicants will receive a status email indicating their waitlist number. The Radiologic Technology Program accepts students once a year; the program starts in June. Please be advised that currently there is approximately a one to two year waiting period to start the program and is subject to change.

Once Accepted

You will receive a phone call in addition to an acceptance letter via email sent to your student email address one or two semesters prior to entering the program. Take note of the Important Dates form that is included with your acceptance letter.

There will be instructions in the email on returning an acceptance slip by the due date. If the office does not receive your slip by the due date, your seat will be given to the next waitlist candidate, and you will have to reapply.


Admission is Contingent Upon Receiving ALL Mandatory Requirements By Specified Deadline:

  •  Background check (seven year clearance) and negative drug screen
  •  Clearance of health appraisal (physical exam, immunization record)
  •  Proof of health insurance
  •  Proof of liability insurance
  •  American Heart Association CPR BLS Health Care Provider card
  •  Los Angeles City Hospital Fire and Life Safety card
  •  Social Security Card

The Mandatory Open House

A mandatory Open House will be held during the semester prior to your start date. You must attend this event. This allows you to meet your fellow classmates and the Radiology faculty. During this event you will be given your admission packet, which contains information on all admission requirements. You must attend the Mandatory Open House to receive your admission packet.  Do not start on admission requirements until you have been notified of your acceptance, since these must be done no more than four months prior to starting class.  

The Admission Packet includes information on the following:

  • Health Appraisal (physical exam, immunization record)
  • Background and drug screen 
  • American Heart Association CPR BLS Health Care Provider card
  • Liability Insurance
  • Los Angeles City Hospital Fire and Life Safety Card
  • Uniform  
  • X-Ray Markers
  • Textbook list
  • Photo ID Badges (obtained at Moorpark College)
  • Classes to register for


Sometimes acceptance to the Radiologic Technology Program at Moorpark College conflicts with circumstances beyond the student's control. A student who is accepted to the Radiologic Technology Program may defer entry once due to extenuating circumstances. Request for deferral must be presented to the Health Sciences Department in writing, to the attention of the Radiologic Technology Director. Each case is decided on an individual basis, and all decisions are final.