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    Kimberly Eikum, Program Director

    Shayla Clark, Enrollment & Onboarding Advisor

    Additional Application Requirements

    Program start: Fall (competitive entry)
    Pre-requisites: Yes
    Program length: 7 quarters
    Number of students each start: 21
    For 2023 application year: volunteer hours are still needed
    but will be assessed on case by case basis.
    Contact Kimberly Eikum by email for questions or approval.

    Applications deadline: June 25th
    Please note: Application Packet

    Attention: As of January 1, 2022 all students attending the Radiology Technology Program must have the COVID vaccination in order to attend clinical. Exemptions are not allowed in the clinical environment.


    PLEASE NOTE: As of January 2021, program classes are still meeting in person on campus and students are in clinical rotations in the area hospitals and clinics.

    If you like technology, are good with people, and want to work in the medical field, a career as a radiology technologist could be a good choice for you.

    In this accredited program, you’ll learn to use sophisticated imaging tools—such as X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI—to capture images that help doctors treat and diagnose diseases and injuries. Courses explore anatomy, physiology, positioning and radiographic techniques. You’ll also receive hands-on clinical training in local medical imaging departments.

    Upon completion of the program, you will qualify to take the national registry examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). As a registered radiology technologist, you could work in a hospital, clinic, medical office or mobile unit—providing care for patients of all ages and with a variety of medical conditions.