The Surgical Technology Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) program starts once a year in Fall semester. Applications will be accepted beginning February 1, until the program limit of 24 students has been reached.  Students who are in progress with prerequisites may apply. Priority will be given to students who have prerequisites completed and apply by March 1. Program information sessions will be held during February, dates to be announced.

Before applying to the Surgical Technology program, be sure you’re an accepted LSC student and have completed all pre-program courses and requirements.

Become an LSC student

  • Apply to LSC
    Before you apply to the Surgical Technology Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) program you must apply and become an LSC student.
  • Declare your major
    When you apply to become an LSC student, choose Surgical Technology Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) as your major. If you change your major after you apply to LSC, make sure to meet with an advisor.

  • Have you been an LSC student before?
    If you’ve taken classes for credit at LSC in the last 2 years, don’t reapply. If it’s been 2 years or more since you took a class, you need to apply to become an LSC student again.

Complete pre-program courses and requirements

Complete all “pre-program” requirements / courses specified in your program guide.

Review pre program requirements in the program guide including:
• English/reading
• Math

Apply while attending pre-program classes?
Surgical Technology applicants may apply while in progress with pre-program classes. However, updated transcripts and supporting documentation must be provided to the admissions and records office before applications can be processed.

Orientation sessions will be offered in June and July either on-campus or via Zoom. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Program Director.

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LSC Professional Advisors

We highly recommend you meet with a Health Sciences Academic Advisor as you begin your program and throughout to address any questions you may have.

Background Check

If you have been arrested, charged, or convicted of any criminal offense, you should investigate the impact that the arrest, charge, or conviction may have on your chances of employment in the field you intend to study.

Accreditation

The Surgical Technology program is accredited by the Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting ARC/STSA.

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Student Selection

Eligible students will be admitted to the program as long as there are seats available. In the event there are more students than seats available, priority is given as follows:

  • Students who become LSC students and have completed all pre-program requirements
  • Eligible students who have applied by March 1
  • Date pre-program requirements are completed
  • Date of Surgical Technology application and program declaration
  • In the event of a tie, GPA in pre-program courses will be used as a tie-breaker.