Radiologic Technology Associate Degree
- Be a high school graduate or have passed the high school equivalency GED (General Educational Development) Test.
- Have a high school or college GPA of at least 2.0.
- Math competency must be demonstrated through any one of the following ways:
- Math Placement Test (ALEKS) with a score of 30 or higher within the last five years or
- Completion of MA 098 or higher with a grade of C or higher within the last five years.
- Reading and writing requirement competency must be demonstrated through any one of the following ways:
- EN 101 with a grade of C or better or
- Score of 26 on ACT or 400+ on SAT within the last five years or
- Blackboard essay scores of 40 or higher within the last five years.
- Earn a grade of C or higher within two attempts in the following courses (a withdrawal is considered an attempt):
- BI 121: Human Anatomy & Physiology 1.
- BI 122: Human Anatomy & Physiology 2.
- Pass a Preliminary Criminal Background Check
- Students with felony convictions may be prevented from taking the national registry examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. This may impact employment options following completion of the RT program. If you think this might apply to you, then you should complete the Ethics Review Pre-Application.
- Pass a 7-panel drug screen.
- In order to be eligible for admission into the Radiologic Technology program, students must have successfully completed any required foundational courses with a grade of at least C.
- In order to be eligible for graduation, Radiologic Technology students must earn a minimum of “C-” in each Radiologic Technology program course.
Clinical Education Access Requirements
The Radiologic Technology Program requires students to have the following vaccinations, CPR, and health insurance once admitted into the program.
- TB test results, or Chest X-ray date and report*
- Hepatitis B series
- Date of Chicken pox or Varicella immunization
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
- Flu vaccine*
- COVID - 19 Vaccine*
- CPR - American Red Cross: BLS/CPR for Health Insurance or American Heart Association: BLS provider only must also be completed. No other types of providers will be accepted
- Health Insurance - proof of documented and maintained through the duration of the program.
*A flu immunization and TB test or screening must be completed yearly. The TB must not lapse, and the flu vaccine must be acquired no later than November 1.
*GRCC medical and religious exemptions will be addressed once in the program. However, the program cannot guarantee GRCC awarded exemptions will be accepted at every clinical site.
Contact Amelita Fisher at email@example.com for specific vaccination requirements.