MRI students learn from an instructor in a mobile MRI unit.


The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Admission Packet (linked below) is a tool that will help you determine if you are ready to apply to KCC’s MRI program. If you have not yet completed the admissions requirements on the checklist and would like to begin completing those requirements at KCC, please submit a general KCC application and select Magnetic Resonance Imaging as your academic program.
Students who have completed and/or submitted all the necessary MRI Program admission requirements will be able to complete and submit the MRI application.

Important Program Dates

Application available – November 1, 2024
Deadline to apply – February 1, 2025
(Program begins Summer 2025)


Want More Information?

Want to learn more about the MRI program? Just submit the Health Sciences Request for Information Form and a KCC representative will reach out. 

Attend an Allied Health Information Session

At the information session, attendees have the opportunity to gain insights into the prerequisites for the MRI program, receive detailed information about the application procedure, and learn more about the application timeline.

Application Instructions

  1. Go to the Selective Admissions Application page by clicking the “MRI Application” button below.
  2. Sign in using the email address and password you used in your original application to KCC.**
  3. Select “Selective Admissions.”
  4. Submit each section of the application by clicking “Submit.”

**Please note that this sign-in information may differ from your current Bruin Portal log-in.

If you are unsure when you applied to KCC or are having trouble signing into the application, please contact the Selective Admissions Office at 269-565-2625 for assistance.

Positive Drug Screen Statement

Applicants who earn admission into a KCC Health Sciences program must complete a drug screening test. This test checks for the presence of 10 substances, which are as follows:

  • Marijuana
  • Amphetamines
  • Barbiturates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Cocaine
  • Methadone
  • Methaqualone
  • Opiates
  • Phencyclidine
  • Propoxyphene

Students with a positive drug screen will be deemed ineligible to participate in clinical education. Furthermore, as clinical education is a critical requirement of Nursing, Allied Health and Emergency Medical Services programs, the student will be dismissed from their current program of study. Students who would like to be considered for readmission should refer to their program’s policy of readmission and direct questions to the program director.

MRI Admissions Contacts

Terry Burleson

Terry Burleson

Manager, Recruitment and Student Outreach

Tony Gillum

Tony Gillum

Academic Advisor (Business, Information Technology & Public Safety)