Apply to the Program
Apply to the Sonography Program. The Online Application is available Jan. 15 through Feb. 28.
All Pass or Satisfactory grades earned in Spring 2020 (using a Pass/Fail or Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grade scale) will still be considered for admission to the program. Each course affected will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and will still be subject to Laramie County Community College's Transfer Grade policies. If you have questions, please contact the Program Director or Advisor for the program.
Application Process (Application Checklist)
Apply to Laramie County Community College prior to applying to the Sonography program. Students must provide an official copy of all past college transcripts to the LCCC Admissions office. A photocopy of all past college transcripts must also be sent to the LCCC DMS program director.
Completion of, or in the process of completion, all required prerequisites as outlined in the program application and the college catalog corresponding to the year in which the student plans to enter. All must be completed or in progress with a grade of “C” or better by the application deadline.
ZOO 2015 Human Anatomy* or ZOO 2010 Anatomy and Physiology I* (4 credits)
ZOO 2025 Human Physiology* or ZOO 2020 Anatomy and Physiology II* (4 credits)
MATH 1400 College Algebra (3-4 credits)
ENGL 1010 English I: Composition (3 credits)
PHYS 1050 Concepts of Physics (4 credits)
CO/M 2010 Public Speaking (3 credits)
HLTK 1200 Medical Terminology (2 credits)
*Anatomy and physiology courses must have been taken within the last five years to be considered. The five-year timeline is based off of program entry date. If you are currently working in one of the following medical professions you are exempt from the five-year requirement for anatomy and physiology courses. You must be a graduate of a two-year health occupation degree that is directly patient-care related. Examples include Registered Nursing (RN), Radiologic Technologist (ARRT(R)), Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Therapist, or Surgical Technologist. You must provide proof of employment.
Supplemental Courses: Supplemental courses may be taken to improve a students application score include any completion of Certified Nurse Assistant, Medical Assistant, Licensed Practical Nurse, Emergency Medical Technician, or a minimum of one year of health training. Students may also improve their application score by successfully completing:
CMAP 1610 Windows I or a computer literacy elective
US/Wyoming Constitution Course (ECON 1200, HIST 1211, HIST 1221, HIST 1261, or POLS 1000)
HLTK 2300 Healthcare Ethics
PSYC 1000 General Psychology
Online applications will not save - please have all forms and the Sonographer Interview Essay ready when you apply. Complete the DMS Online Application Jan. 15 through Feb. 28. Please include all the required forms and the Sonographer Interview Essay to be considered.
*You will be required to provide three references and their email addresses. The DMS Program will send the Reference Form to the references you provide.
The top 20-22 applicants will be invited for an interview. The interview process is to be determined due to COVID-19. Interview will be conducted during the last full week of March.
Successful applicants will be notified of their conditional acceptance by March 21st
via email. Note: As applications for financial aid are due April 1, eligible applicants
for aid should apply by April 1 rather than waiting until notification of acceptance.
After conditional acceptance to the DMS program, proof of the following additional requirements must be submitted to the DMS program by the dates stipulated in the acceptance letter:
- A completed physical examination form including verification of current vaccinations and titers (Hepatitis B, Rubella, Rubeola, PPD, Diphtheria-Tetanus, Varicella).
- A copy of current certification in “CPR for the Health Care Worker” when classes begin in the fall.
- Acceptable drug screening and criminal background checks.
At their discretion, clinical sites may require a drug screening and/or criminal background check prior to allowing students into the clinical setting. (If required, any associated fees will be the responsibility of the student.) In addition, clinical sites may require random drug testing and/or drug testing for reasonable cause. Generally, the urine drug test screens for illegal drugs or drugs that impair judgment while in the clinical agency. Testing positive on the screening, or evidence of tampering with a specimen, will disqualify a student from participating in the clinical assignment. In addition to drug screening, for the safety of patients and health care workers, child abuse clearance and criminal background checks are required by some agencies prior to a clinical assignment. Certain criminal activity, as evidenced by a criminal background check, may also disqualify a student from clinical participation. Students are advised that the inability to gain clinical education experiences can result in the inability to meet program objectives and outcomes. These circumstances may prevent final acceptance into and/or progression through the program, and may ultimately result in dismissal from the program.