If you are looking for a school to get trained as radiologic technologist, also called radiographer, here is a list of schools accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, JRCERT to offer radiologic technology or radiography training program.

1. The School of Radiologic Technology at University of Florida Health Jacksonville

The school offers a professional radiography program structured academically and clinically to give students optimum preparation for a rewarding career in radiography. Read more

2. CarePoint Health School of Radiography, New Jersey

The school, Founded in 1969 as a joint sponsorship between Bayonne Hospital and Christ Hospital, offers a 24-month clinical competency based educational program. For details: www.carepointhealth.org.

3. Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)

The College of Health and Human Services at IPFW offers a full-time and structured radiography program. The training is a combination of classroom instruction and clinical experience, enabling students to recognize and employ the theories and concepts taught in classroom in clinical practice. For details: www.ipfw.edu

4. The Chaffey College Radiologic Technology Program, California

The college offers a Radiologic Technology Program that leads to the award of Associate in Science degree. The training covers operation of X-ray equipment, exposing and processing images, applying radiation protection devices, positioning patients, effective communication and judgment, and patient care. For details: www.chaffey.edu

5. DeKalb Medical School of Radiologic Technology

The School offers a 24-month, 40-hour-per-week, Monday through Friday, full-time certification program leading to the award of Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in radiologic technology. For detail: www.dekalbmedical.org

6. Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Colorado Springs

The school is part of University of Colorado Health, and is a hospital-based training program of 24 months duration. It provides hands-on and classroom training, and is dedicated to excellence in education, quality, and safety in diagnostic imaging. For details: www.memorialhealthsystem.com.

7. Fresno City College, California

The College is California’s first community college and offers an Associate in Science degree program in Radiologic Technology. The program includes formal hospital training with the students attending classes at local hospitals affiliated with the program for clinical experience. For details: www.fresnocitycollege.edu.

8. The Columbus Regional Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Southeastern Indiana

The School is a hospital-based training program in radiologic technology. The program is a full-time basis for 24 months and includes both classroom and clinical training, which leads to the award of a certificate as well as an Associate of Science in Imaging Science degree. For details: www.crh.org

9. Mary Washington Healthcare School of Radiologic Technology, Virginia

The School offers a Certificate in Radiologic Technology for entry level professionals pursuing a career in Radiology. The program is full time, Monday through Friday, 8 hrs per day. The hours per day will vary, not to exceed 40 hours per week, for a total of 23-months. Details: www.marywashingtonhealthcare.com

10. New York City College of Technology

The College, through the Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging offers an AAS degree in Radiologic Technology, 65 credits, and a new and exciting Bachelor of Science degree in Radiological Science (BSRS), 55 credits for a total of 120 credits. For details: www.citytech.cuny.edu

11. San Diego Mesa College

The college offers an Associate degree or certificate program which prepares the student for certification as a full diagnostic radiographer. The Training program involves operating radiographic equipment, radiation safety, exposing and processing images, positioning patients, ethics and patient care. Details: www.sdmesa.edu

12. Delaware Technical Community College

The school offer Radiologic Technology Program leading to Associate Degree. The college’s mission is to provide comprehensive, educational experiences that allows qualified students to acquire the knowledge, skills and behaviors necessary to be eligible for certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), and employment as radiologic technologists. Details: www.dtcc.edu

13. Georgia Perimeter College

The school is affiliated with Grady Health System School of Radiologic Technology to offer the training program. Therefore, students who are admitted to Georgia Perimeter College are also admitted to the Grady Health System School of Radiologic Technology. All the General Education courses are completed at GPC, while Radiology classes are done at GHS. Details: www.gpc.edu

14. Atlanta Metropolitan State College (AMSC), a State College in the University System of Georgia (USG)

The school is in partnership with the Grady Health System School of Radiologic Technology to offer A.S. Degree and Certification in Radiologic Technology. Details: www.atlm.edu

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15. Grady Health System Schools of Radiation and Imaging Technologies

The Schools are full-time, maximum 40-hours a week programs consisting of classroom education in conjunction with clinical education each week. Classroom education enables the student to acquire the knowledge that will be applied in the clinical environment. Evening classes are not available. Details: www.gradyhealth.org

16. Central Arizona College

The college is a dynamic and multifaceted institution of higher education featuring nine campuses and centers strategically located throughout Pinal County for the purpose of educating the diverse population of the region. Details: www.centralaz.edu

17. Baton Rouge General’s School of Radiologic Technology

The School offers students the education and preparation required to become a qualified and skilled radiographer. Under the direction of highly skilled physicians, instructors and technologists, students are educated on the latest diagnostic imaging systems and gain first-hand experience in the exciting field of radiology. Details: www.brgeneral.org

18. Anne Arundel Community College (AACC), Maryland

Successful completion of a 70-credit program awards an Associate of Applied Sciences degree and eligibility to take the ARRT exam to become certified as a radiologic technologist. Details: www.aacc.edu

19. Salt Lake Community College Radiologic Technology program, Utah

The school’s radiology program provides all qualified students who meet the established minimum criteria, the opportunity to complete an excellent educational program in Radiologic Technology, leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree. Details: www.slcc.edu

20. Lafayette General Medical Center, School of Health Sciences – Radiology

The school is set out to provide students with the didactic and clinical education required to become competent radiographers. Details: www.lafayettegeneral.com

21. Marion County School of Radiologic Technology, Florida

The School offers a two-year certificate Radiography Program, leading to the award of Associate Degree. The program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a radiologic technologist. Graduates of the program are eligible for licensure in the state of Florida as a Certified Radiologic Technologist and to apply for admission to the certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Details: www.marion.k12.fl.us

22. Cabrillo College Radiologic Technology Program

The college offers a two-year professional training leading to the award of an Associate Degree in radiologic technology. Details: www.cabrillo.edu

23. Montgomery College

The college’s Radiologic Technology program admits students once a year with a summer start date. Details: www.cms.montgomerycollege.edu

24. Alegent Creighton Health School of Radiologic Technology

The school, through its department of radiology offers a 23-month program of academic study and clinical education in radiologic technology. The program starts each year in late August with courses consisting of lectures, demonstrations and supervised clinical experience. Students are awarded an Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology degree at the completion of the program, and are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) examination. Details: www.alegentcreighton.com

25. El Camino College, California

The college offers Radiologic Technology Program, leading to the award of an Associate degree. Details: www.elcamino.edu

26. Pasadena City College, PCC

The school runs a Radiologic Technology Program that prepares students for the entry- level skills needed of a Radiologic Technologist by providing high quality instruction with a commitment to multicultural sensitivity and by promoting growth of the student as an individual. Details: www.pasadena.edu

27. AnMed Health Radiologic Technology Program, South Carolina

This is a two-year, hospital-based radiography training program, where students learn imaging in a professional environment. At the completion of the program, students receive a certificate and are eligible to take the National Certification Examination, sponsored by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Details: www.anmedhealth.org

28. St. Vincent’s Radiologic Technology Program, Jacksonville, Florida
This is a 24-month Radiologic Technology program that covers academic and clinical practice, and requires attendance 40 hours per week, primarily during the day, Monday through Friday. Details: www.jaxhealth.com

29. Merritt College Radiologic Science Program

The College runs a Radiologic Science Program that trains students in the art and science of medical imaging. Details: www.merritt.edu

30. Theda Clark School of Radiologic Technology, Wisconsin

The School offers a 2-year program, leading to the award of Associate Degree in Radiologic Technology. Details: www.thedacare.org

31. St. Louis Community College, STLCC

The College offers Radiologic Technology program that trains students for entry-level positions as radiographers (X-ray technologists). The program is full-time and consists of both didactic and clinical training, leading to the award of Associate in Applied Science Degree at the end of the program. Details: www.stlcc.edu

32. New York Methodist Hospital’s Bartone School of Radiography
The school has a long history of offering quality training programs in Radiography. Its mission is to train Radiographers who are skilled individuals, qualified by technical education, to provide services using various imaging modalities. Details: www.nymahe.org

33. Lansing Community College
The school offers a twenty-one month (five sequential semesters) course of study leading to an associate’s degree in Radiologic Technology. Students are admitted in the fall, with a limited number of openings each year. Details: www.lcc.edu

34. Pima Medical Institute – Mesa Arizona
The school is a highly experienced and proven leader in health care, offering specialized, quality health care training that is quick and affordable. Details: www.pmi.edu

There may be more schools accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, JRCERT to offer training program in Radiologic Technology that are not in this list. You can therefore do further checks on JRCERT website at www.jrcert.org

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