Boise State Contact Information
You will be asked for your name and previous names – such as your maiden name.
To apply for the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Radiology, you must already have applied and been accepted to Boise State University. You will be asked to input your Boise State student ID number and your Boise State email, both of which are given to students accepted into the university. All email communication about your application to the Diagnostic Radiology program will be sent to your Boise State email. You are expected to check this email account regularly.
You will also be asked to give a preferred phone number and a mailing address. You will also be asked if you have applied to the Diagnostic Radiology program in the past. If you have applied in the past, please list the year of your last application.
PLEASE NOTE: It is the APPLICANT’S responsibility to keep the Department of Radiologic Sciences informed about any changes in your mailing address, phone number or Boise State e-mail address. The department may need to contact you regarding your application and/or qualifications prior to or after the deadline. Please make certain these contact methods are current.
Letter of Application
The application for admission for the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Radiology program requires a narrative Letter of Application. Follow the formatting instructions listed in Letter of Application section below, save your letter as a PDF and upload it to the Application form when prompted.
Work, Volunteer, and High Education History
You will be asked to list your work and volunteer positions and the dates when you worked those positions. You may add a new row to document multiple work or volunteer positions. If there are no work or volunteer position to document, just put NA in the first row of fields and continue with the application.
Likewise, you’ll be asked to list all higher education institutions that you have attended and the dates of attendance. If you earned a degree, please list the degree earned at that institution. Add a new row to enter information for multiple higher education institutions.
You will also be asked to acknowledge that you must submit all transcripts, including Boise State’s, to the department outside the application form. Details on how to submit transcripts are included in the application form and in the Transcripts section on this page.
You will be asked to name your three references and identify whether they are your Academic-Related Reference, your Work-Related Reference or your General Character Reference. You must have a reference for each of these categories.
Your Academic-Related Reference should be an individual that can assess your academic ability to complete a rigorous program. This individual could be a prior or current teacher, academic advisor, work trainer, volunteer educator, etc. that knows you well enough to give appropriate information.
Your Work-Related Reference should be an individual that has recent knowledge of your work ethic or employment abilities. This can be a current or past supervisor, employer, volunteer coordinator, etc.
Your General Character Reference should be an individual who knows you well enough to give a recommendation on your personal and ethical characteristics. This can be a minister, co-worker, coach, etc.
You will also be reminded of the references instructions, which can also be found in the Reference Forms section below.
Awareness and Consent
You will be asked to read a series of statements about the conditions and responsibilities of being accepted to the Diagnostic Radiology program. In order to continue the application, you must state that you agree to each statement. If you have questions about any of these statements, please contact Sue Antonich, Management Assistant for the Department of Radiologic Sciences at (208) 426-1996 between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday or email Sue at SueAntonich@boisestate.edu.
Optional Demographics Section
Both men and women are eligible to apply to the imaging programs regardless of marital status or age. Boise State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethic status, national origin or disability.
The demographic information requested in this application will be used only for statistical purposes. This information is not considered in the admission process. All information is voluntarily given to the Department of Radiologic Sciences.
If you so choose, you can skip the demographics section by scrolling to the end of the page to submit your application.
Once you have submitted your application form, you will be redirected to a Next Steps page with reminders about what must be submitted outside the application form and a button to take you to our secure online payment page to pay your $20 application fee. You will also receive a confirmation email with these reminders and link at your Boise State email address.
Remember your application is not complete until the department has received your:
- Application Form
- Three Reference Forms
- $20 Application Fee
All items must be received by the application deadline, 4:00 PM on the second Friday in February.