Admissions & Advising

Thank you for your interest in applying for the Radiation and Imaging Sciences program. We are excited at the possibility of you joining the Bellevue College Bulldog family! Please carefully review the application below. Incomplete applications will not be considered for acceptance.

Application deadlines

Fall Start

» Application Opens – March 15
» Priority Deadline – June 1
» Final Deadline – July 15

Spring Start

» Application Opens – November 1
» Priority Deadline – February 1
» Final Deadline – March 1

Medical Dosimetry 

» Application Opens – December 1
» Priority Deadline  – February 28 (for those who have a clinical site already)
» Final Deadline  – April 1 (for those who do not have a clinical site & located in the Seattle/Puget Sound Region)

Due to the highly specialized nature of Medical Dosimetry, the Radiation & Imaging Sciences program only accepts a full-time cohort to begin in the fall of evenly numbered academic years.

Step 1: Apply to Bellevue College for General Admission

If you are a first time BC student or a previous BC student who is returning to the college after four or more quarters, you must apply to the college first. Current BC students may skip Step 1 and start at Step 2. Complete Step 2 at least three weeks prior to the final application deadline. Processing time is typically 5-10 business days.

Step 2: Submit official transcripts to Bellevue College Evaluations & complete a Transcript Evaluation Review Request

Please note that you DO NOT need to request transcripts from Bellevue College as we are able to look those up for you! Additionally, it may take a few weeks to have your transcripts sent over and reviewed. Please give yourself 3-4 weeks to complete this process if at all possible.

Step 3: Complete and submit the Radiation & Imaging Sciences application

Admission to this program is competitive. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission, as the number of qualified applicants may exceed the number of available enrollment spaces. Please select the appropriate application below to apply.

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Medical Dosimetry Application

Please have the following items ready for submission with your application.

  • Unofficial transcripts from all regionally accredited colleges attended demonstrating completion of the prerequisite courses with a grade point average of 2.5 or better.
  • Personal statement (no more than 500 words) discussing:
    • your education and work experience;
    • advanced certifications or other educational attainments you already posses;
    • your personal and professional goals;
    • any specific or unique attributes that you will bring to the program;
    • any challenges or hardships you have overcome in pursuing your educational or work goals;
    • any other special considerations that you believe will make you a good candidate for the program.

Be brief about the first two items and more expansive on the last four, as they apply to you.

  • Application payment will be accepted at the time of completion. Please have your form of payment prior to beginning the application. The application fee for the Radiation and Imaging Sciences program is $50. The application fee for the Medical Dosimetry program is $125.00.

Step 4: Submit your supporting documents

Submit the following supporting documents by mail:

  • Two letters of recommendation, on company letterhead, from someone who personally knows your work, such as your current or past supervisor, discussing your contributions to your work place and how they believe you will benefit from completion of the BAS program. If you are applying for this program immediately after completing an associate degree program, the letters of recommendation must be from your instructors on college letterhead.

Send all mailed materials to:

Bellevue College
ATTN: Radiation & Imaging Sciences
3000 Landerholm Circle SE, #T208
Bellevue, WA 98007

Please include your first and last name and the concentration or certification you are applying to in all correspondence.


Last Updated February 12, 2018