RADIOGRAPHY PROGRAM PROGRESSION POLICY
First year enrollment is limited to 50 students.
qualifiers must be met for the student to apply to the
MATH 115, equivalency or proficiency (Math ACT
subscore of 24 or higher), BIOL 109, English 150, and MRIS
102/103 or competency are required for admission to the
will be considered ineligible for the program with
(less than a letter grade of “C”)
attempts in ENG 150, MATH 115, MRIS 102, and BIOL 109
A student must maintain a college GPA of 2.75
(or a High School GPA of 3.0).
Advising will be offered Fall and Spring Semester.
Notices will be
posted on campus for the dates and times for group advising.
It is the
student’s responsibility to attend a group advising
session each semester.
Updates regarding the program will be announced during
theses meeting times so it is crucial that the student
is the student’s responsibility to notify the
advisor of any changes in status that would affect entry
into the radiography program.
Admission to the program
is determined by
priority date (Application date to the program) and
completion of the student’s qualifiers (see above).
Progression into the Radiography
A grade of “C” or higher is required
all Radiography program requirements.
Any student that receives less than a
one radiography course must stop the radiography
program sequence. They
re-apply to the program to repeat the course the
next time it is offered
(if a seat is available).
A student receiving a grade of less than a
“C” in any
two radiography courses (or two unsuccessful
attempts in the same RADI course) will be dismissed from
If at any time a student’s college GPA
falls below a 2.5 they will be dismissed from the Radiography
All general education requirements must be
completed before internship.
Any student not
completing all general education requirements will not be
allowed to enter internship.
If a student is dismissed from the program,
he/she may not return to radiography program for a minimum of
Any student with a conviction record is
advised to contact the American Registry of Radiologic
Technologist at 651-687-0048 or
www.arrt.org in regards to his/her ability to take the
registry upon completion of the program.
Students may need to relocate for clinical
internship during the second year of the program.
Information in regard to status are mailed to
last address provided.
It is the
student’s responsibility to maintain current contact
information with the college.
Timme Center to update records.
No course in the professional sequence may be
taken more than twice.
If on the
second attempt of a professional sequence of the course, a
student receives a grade of lower than a “C”, the
student will be dismissed from the program