If you are interested in this program, you should submit your official high school and college transcripts to the attention of the pre-admission advisor, Pam Woody (Health Careers Specialist). She can review them and then discuss your particular circumstances with you to answer questions you may have. We encourage applicants to apply as early as possible for advising purposes. Applicants can work with the advisor to select appropriate courses if they desire to pursue consideration for the program. The current application can also be used to express interest for future consideration.
We require all application material(s) be submitted to Health Professions. If you fail to do so, be aware we will not be responsible for any delays in processing your file. Complete the following and submit to:
Pam Woody, VWCC – Health Professions
3091 Colonial Ave.
Roanoke, VA 24015.
If you are not a current VWCC student, apply to the college by completing a VWCC application. Please make sure you indicate your plan of study as Career Studies Certificate: Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technology on the application.
Apply by completing a Medical Lab Technology Application Form. (PDF)
Have all official sealed transcripts (high school and college) and a copy of GED scores (if applicable) submitted. Remember, if you obtain transcripts directly, do not open any envelope which contain a transcript, they are no longer “official” to us when you open them. It is the applicant’s responsibility to request their own transcripts and pay any required fees. Faxed transcripts are not considered “official” for application. Please do not request transcripts from VWCC or any other community college in Virginia. College graduates must still provide their official HS transcript. GED holders must also submit official high school transcripts, if completed at least through the 9th grade.
Fralin Center HP214A or HP339
New Students: Chapman Hall
540-857-6325 or 857-6644
School of Health Professions
3091 Colonial Ave., SW
Roanoke, VA 24015
Jeffrey S. Gillette
Professor, Medical Lab Technology
A.A.S. – Monroe Community College, 1985
B.S. – Daemen College, 1987
M.S. – University of Rochester, 1993
Ph.D. – N.C. State University, 2000
Martha Sullivan, Dean