OSF Saint Francis Medical Center

Peoria, Illinois


No longer accepting applications for admission.

Non-discrimination Statement

Selection of students is made without discrimination with regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other protected class.

Admission Requirements

Academic Requirements

  • Minimum of an Associate’s Degree, any major is acceptable, minimum GPA of 2.5; Admission procedures favor applicants with excellent academic achievement.
  • Mandatory prerequisite coursework:
  1. College math course of "Concepts of Math" or "College Algebra", equivalent to Math 110 or Math 115 at Illinois Central College, East Peoria; preferably completed within past five years. Applicants having completed the higher level course and more recently are given preference.
  2. College "Human Anatomy and Physiology (with lab)" with a minimum grade of "C"; this course must be equivalent to BIOL 140, BIOL 205/BIOL 206 at Illinois Central College, East Peoria; completed within the past five years.

NOTE: Applicants may take the above courses or be completing their degree during the Spring semester before the school year begins. However, they will be required to submit a mid-term grade during the interview process. If the applicant is accepted into the program, it is contingent on the successful completion of the coursework with a "C" or better.

Health/Ethical Requirements

  • Applicants must be in good health and have the ability to safely perform the duties of a staff radiographer. Therefore, conditional acceptance into the program is offered to those entering the school until an acceptable physical examination is performed by the Center for Occupational Health of OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, which includes immunizations, drug/alcohol screen
  • A criminal background check will also be conducted by Human Resources.
  • Unacceptable results of any of these will prevent the applicant from participating in clinical education at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center clinical sites; the applicant, therefore, would not be admitted into the program.

TOEFL policy

TOEFL scores (Test Of English as a Foreign Language must be submitted if English is not the applicant’s native language.  A minimum score of 600 must be obtained to be considered for admission.

Advance Placement

Advanced placement of former Radiographers and students from other RADIOGRAPHER PROGRAMS is not offered due to the difficulty in assessing clinical performance and differing course content across educational programs.

Inquiries and Admissions

Inquiries and admissions information should be directed to:

Program Director, School of Radiography
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
530 NE Glen Oak Ave.
Peoria, Illinois 61637

(309) 655-2782