- 2.5 Grade Point average on all college work attempted
- Completion of academic prerequisites required by the affiliated hospital schools of Cytotechnology.
- A minimum of 24 credit hours at Marshall University must be completed prior to entering clinical training.
Students apply for admission to the School of Cytotechnology, which is housed at Cabell Huntington Hospital, during their spring semester of their junior year. Students should be in the last semester of the Marshall University coursework to be eligible for applying for the 12-month final internship year through Cabell Huntington Hospital School of Cytotechnology.
Students applying to the final 12-month internship year of the Cytotechnology program must do the following, and submit to the Clinical Lab Sciences Department Chair:
- If not a currently enrolled Marshall University student: apply for general admission to Marshall University as soon as possible and have all transfer credits sent to the Admissions department for processing. Online application for admission can be found here.
- Two letters of reference
- Letter of Application
Applications must be submitted between January 1 and February 15; the 12 month Cytotechnology program begins the following June at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Administrative officials at Cabell Huntington Hospital select the best qualified applicants for the program.
Visit the Cabell Huntington Hospital’s School of Cytotechnology website for more information.