Frequently Asked Questions/Quick Facts
Q. Can I sign up for Radiography classes anytime?
A. No, you must be accepted into the Radiography program in order to sign up for the Radiography classes.
Q. What degree will I have after I complete the Radiography Program?
A. You will have an AAS (Associate in Applied Science) with an emphasis in Radiography. You will still have to pass the ARRT National Registry examination before you are an official R.T.(R).
Q. When should I apply?
A. You need to attend a pre-admission conference in order to get an application for the program. This application is due March 1 of each year and the selection for the fall class is made by the end of April.
Q. How often does the program start a class?
A. Only once a year in the fall.
Q. What clinical sites will I rotate through?
A. Every student has at least one rotation through Hardin Memorial Hospital, HMH Elizabethtown Diagnostic Imaging, Taylor Regional Hospital, Norton Hospital, and Norton Kosair Children s Hospital. Students may also rotate through Flaget Memorial Hospital, Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center, and Spring View Hospital.
Q. Am I provided any type of transportation?
A. No, you must have a reliable source of transportation during the two year program.
Q. What will be my earnings after I become a registered radiographer?
A. Visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook website for additional information about this profession.
- Program length: 2 years; 5 semesters
- Degree obtained: AAS in Radiography
- Patient Interaction: High
- Class size: Between 14-16
- Admits Class: Once a year, application due March 1