Cytotechnology Program

Program Accreditation

The Cytotechnology Program is fully accredited by the Council on Allied Health Education and Accreditation of the American Medical Association, in collaboration with the Cytotechnology Programs Review Committee of the American Society of Cytopathology.

As part of our accreditation requirements, the program has an Education Advisory Board (CEAB) in place to assure that the program meets the needs of the community. The board is comprised of: previous students; private and hospital-based laboratory leaders; the public; and current student(s). The goal is to maintain open lines of communication with people within the field of cytopathology as well as those who are recipients of the testing performed in the cytopathology laboratory by discussing needs, current issues, and future topics the impact patient communities.

Consumer Information Disclosures

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is required by law to make available to enrolled students, prospective students, and their parents certain information about its operations. Such information pertains to:

  • General institutional operation
  • Financial aid
  • General completion and graduation rates
  • Annual security report
  • Completion and graduation rates for student athletes
  • Athletic program participation rates and financial support

Consumer Information Disclosures have an extensive table of contents. Here are some key links to help students navigate.