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Radiology Technology
  Newly Accepted Students

Once a student has been accepted into the radiology technology program, (s)he will receive the following:

  1. Letter from the Program Director with:
    1. Offering the student acceptance into the program
    2. Notification of the mandatory "New Student Orientation" class

  2. At the “New Student Orientation” the student will receive:
    1. Orientation schedule, thus allowing the students to know what to expect and times they are in school the first three weeks of fall quarter
    2. Fall class/clinical schedule, thus allowing them to plan the remainder of their schedule
    3. Information about where to be fitted for their uniforms
    4. Checklist of requirements and forms regarding various items that must be met prior to the first day of school created by the Allied Health secretaries - All of this must be turned in the first day of class in September. The items are:
      1. Hepatitis B form
      2. Varicella vaccine documentation (Chicken Pox)
      3. TB test (two separate tests within two months)
      4. MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccination or immunity documentation)
      5. Drug screening
      6. Flu vaccine form
      7. TDaP vaccine (Ktetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
    5. Textbook listing for fall quarter

  3. Radiology Student Handbook

 
For more information....Additional Information
 
If you have general questions regarding the Radiology Technology program, its entry requirements, or the admissions process, please contact the SCC Admissions Office via email (AdmissionsInfo@scc.spokane.edu) or phone (509-533-8020 or 1-800-248-5644, ext. 8020), and one of our friendly, knowledgeable staff members will assist you.
 
You can also submit an online information request or get our address to write for more information.
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