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Radiologic Technology FAQ

Yes. The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).  The JRCERT is the only agency recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), for the accreditation of traditional and distance delivery educational programs in radiography, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance, and medical dosimetry (

Yes. In the first year RADT 111 and in the second year RADT 241-244 and RADT 171 are online courses. Students must have access to the internet.

Yes. Program applications are available online on the RT admissions page. Applications for a spring start are posted from September through November in the prior year. Exact dates will be posted on the admissions page. Applications and all relevant paperwork must be submitted by the due date. Interviews will be scheduled for the first week of January, applicants must check their email regularly. Acceptance letters will be sent out at the end of January. 

Yes. Click on 'Admissions' or 'Prerequisites' for a complete list of courses and more information.

See the Allied Health Educational Planner if you have any questions. Call (509) 682-6830 to set up an appointment.

No. The program does not keep a year-to-year waitlist. Applicants may be placed on a short-term waitlist as admission to the program is finalizing.
Yes. Once you are accepted, you must submit verification of the records listed on the RADT 'Immunization and Required Documents' link and your healthcare provider must verify and complete a healthcare form to indicate that you are functionally able to complete the program successfully.
Yes. A criminal records check is a required prior to entering any clinical affiliate for observation. Applicants who have been convicted of a felony, gross misdemeanor (or a plea of guilty or nolo contendre has been entered) should also learn more at the webpage and request an Ethics Review Preapplication with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
 No. The majority of the first-year coursework is in-person. However, during the first year, RADT 111 is online. The second year is focused on clinical education at an approved clinical affiliate and due to the limited number of clinical placements locally, it is likely the student will be assigned to locations outside of the Wenatchee area. This is likely to necessitate a physical move on the part of the student. A list of currently approved clinical  affiliates is found in the RADT Student Handbook.
No. Clinical education courses (RADT 231-234) are held at an approved clinical affiliate. Seminar courses (RADT 241-244) are online.
No. The RADT faculty will select your clinical site. Clinical education may include day, evening, and weekend hours. The student is required to participate in the clinical experience as it is scheduled. It is the student's responsibility to provide transportation to clinical assignments.
No. Students must enroll in all RADT courses offered each quarter.
Yes. Allied Health information sessions are required.