Please read all application materials and the section of the catalog that pertains to your program of interest. Many of your questions may be answered there.
Does everything have to be in to the Director of Radiology’s office before the deadline?
Yes, all college transcripts, transcript evaluation (if necessary), and program application must be in prior to the deadline. All additional information must be turned in also.
Does Radiologic Technology have an admission fee?
Do I have to be accepted by the College before I can be accepted into the Radiologic Technology program?
Yes. Please contact the Admissions office.
When does the Radiologic Technology program start?
The program accepts new students each fall semester.
How long is the Radiologic Technology program?
The AAS program is 5 consecutive semesters.
How many students are accepted into the program each year?
We accept approximately 20-25 students into the Radiologic Technology program each year.
Should I apply before I ask for the transcript to be sent?
You may turn in the application form before you ask other schools to send transcripts. As long as your file is complete before the deadline, it is not important in what order things arrive. It is your responsibility to make sure we receive everything needed for your file before the deadline.
Should I speak to an advisor before I sign up for classes?
While the College rules do not require you to be advised before you sign up for classes, it is a good idea to come to our office and talk to someone rather than signing up for any classes that sound good.
Do students have to do clinical work?
Yes, there is much clinical work involved.
Can I go part time?
General education coursework may be completed on a part-time basis. However, once the Radiologic Technology program begins, coursework is completed only on a full-time basis.
How do you choose candidates?
Psychological Services Bureau test scores are used, with preference given to in-district students.
Do I need my own computer?
Many courses include computer and Internet-based assignments. Having your own computer gives you more freedom in completing course assignments. Computer labs are available on campus for student use. As a student, you receive free access from home to the Internet and an email address.