Radiologic Technologists (also referred to as radiographers) are integral members of the health care team that image the human body utilizing ionizing radiation (x-rays). Taking x-rays on humans requires extensive knowledge of safe radiation practices and patient positioning. Skilled radiographers save our population from unnecessary and unsafe levels of radiation exposure.
Radiographers are generally employed in hospitals, doctor's offices, chiropractor's offices, as well as stand alone imaging centers. Although imaging is the primary function of the radiographer, patient care is also emphasized as a vital function of the radiographer.
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Exam Results
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Radiologic Technology Program Information Sessions
- Learn about the application process and the Radiologic Technology program.
- Wednesday, August, 27th @ 3:00–4:00 PM
- Thursday, September 25th @ 1:00–2:00 PM
- Wednesday, October 15th @ 5:00–6:00 PM
- Monday, December 8th @ 6:00 PM-7:00 PM
- All above sessions to be held in room U-1018J (Rad. Tech. area).
- All above sessions to be held in room U-1018J (Rad. Tech. area classroom)
- Wednesday, November 12th @ 6:00 to 7:00 PM at the Romeoville Campus in Conference Rooms 26/28
- Sessions last approximately one hour.
- Open to any interested student or community member.
- No need to register.
Radiologic Technology Admissions
The Radiology Program has a specialized intake process. For more information, see the Radiologic Technology admissions page. Apply here for the Radiologic Technology Program.
- Tuition - see Tuition page
- Course fees - $150 to $600 (variable per course)
- Books - $1,000.00
- CPR - Initial - $80.00 ($60.00 renewal)
- Physical exam, immunization and labs - $300.00
- Uniform - $125.00
- Background check - $38.00 (approximately)