APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 1ST
The Danville Regional Medical Center Radiologic Technology Program is a two year Associate of Applied Science Degree Program. Graduates of our program will receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree from The Danville Regional Medical Center School of Health Professions.
Prospective students must apply to the DRMC Radiologic Technology Program no later than June 1st of each year. Applicants should also apply for financial aid at this time. For information on tuition fees and other pertinent financial aid information, please use the following link! Tuition/Fees & Financial Aid
1. Completed applications must contain the following:
A. Completed application form with the non-refundable application fee
Please make all checks payable to:
- DRMC Radiologic Technology Program.
- Include applicant’s name in the memo section.
- Do NOT send cash by mail.
B. An essay using the criteria found on the application form
C. 3 letters of reference using the Recommendation Form found in the application packet. (Teachers and employers are best).
D. Official high school transcripts are required; college transcripts if applicable (must be in sealed envelopes)
E. SAT and/or ACT Test scores if applicable.
(Each item must be placed in separate sealed envelopes, and then all information be sent in one larger envelope, in order to assist in maintaining confidentiality as well as reduce processing time and errors)
2. Applicants are selected in accordance with nondiscriminatory policies.
3. Permission is granted to consult previous educators, employers and agencies.
4. Tuition and fee schedules may be found on our web site. Radiologic Technology Fees
5. Danville Regional Medical Center School of Health Professions Radiologic Technology Program will perform criminal background checks on all applicants; any false statements will be grounds for non-acceptance or dismissal.
6. Minimum Pre-Requisite Requirements: (Courses that must be completed prior to application)
A. High School diploma or equivalent with:
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Two units of high school math with a grade “C” or above in:
- Algebra I &
- Algebra II or
- Two units of high school science with a grade “C” or above in:
- Anatomy &
- Biology or
- Chemistry or
Extra coursework beyond the four (4) courses required will result in the awarding of extra points!
The following information will be discussed during the interview process.
The following courses are NOT REQUIRED FOR APPLICATION, but must be completed prior to the start of the professional courses, with a minimum final grade of “C”.
(No later than the end of Fall Semester)
- College Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits)
- Medical Terminology I (3 credits)
For all applicants that have been accepted the following college courses must be successfully completed prior to graduation, with a minimum final grade of “C”. Details will be provided to you during your post application interview.
- College Success Skills (1 credit) (Not required if you already have a degree)
- College Composition I (3 credits)
- MTH 126 or higher (3 credits) (Post Radiologic Technology programs such as Sonography, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology will require a higher level college math course. Therefore, we recommend that you consider MTH 157 (Statistics) or MTH 163 (Pre-Calculus). Completing these courses will also result in a higher application score due to the fact that the courses are more difficult.)
- Arts & Humanities Elective (3 credits)
- Behavioral/Social Science Elective (3 credits)
Applicants who already possess an Associate or Baccalaureate degree will still need to meet the overall general education requirements listed above, however many of those credits may have been achieved through your degree program. The only courses you will need to complete in such a case will be those not identified as such on your transcripts. The Interview Committee Members or Program Director will be able to advise you in regard to these courses.
(Courses taken beyond 10 years of this application will be considered, but may not be accepted.)
- Acceptance of students is two part process based upon results of:
Part 1: Completed application score and
Part 2: Personal interview score.
Each candidate’s application and transcripts will be reviewed with a score being obtained from academic grades in math, science and other relative courses. (Advanced/college prep courses will carry more weight than standard course work.) Based on these scores the most qualified individuals will be granted a personal interview.
The interview scores will be added to the application score in order to make our final decisions.
2. Acceptance into the DRMC School of Health Professions Radiologic Technology Program is also contingent upon potential students passing the following:
- A pre-enrollment physical examination.
- A pre-enrollment drug screening.
- A Criminal Background and Federal Exclusion Check.
(Results of these items are confidential and are maintained by the institution.)
Criminal Background and Federal Exclusion Check
All candidates who have been accepted into the program must have a Satisfactory Criminal History and Federal Exclusion check prior to final acceptance and enrollment. Any applicant who has been convicted of a crime, other than minor traffic violations, should seek pre-approval from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) by completing the ARRT’s Ethics Review Pre-Application by visiting the following link:
Persons who fail either review will not be allowed to enter the program. For more information, please contact the Rad Tech Program Director.
3. Technical standards: Due to the nature of this profession and considering the safety of our patients and our students, applicants must be able to meet all of the following technical standards in order to be considered for enrollment.
- Sufficient corrected eyesight to observe patients, manipulate equipment and evaluate radiographic quality.
- Sufficient corrected hearing to assess patient needs and communicate verbally with other healthcare providers.
- Sufficient verbal and written skills to communicate needs promptly and effectively in English.
- Sufficient gross and fine motor coordination to respond promptly, manipulate equipment, lift a minimum of 30 pounds and ensure patient safety.
- Intellectual and emotional functions needed to exercise independent judgment and discretion in the safe technical performance of medical imaging procedures.
Radiologic Technology Program Links
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Policies
- Admission Requirements
- Consumer Disclosures: Graduation-Certification-Placement
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Faculty & Staff
- Gainful Employment Radiologic Technology Program Disclosures
- Graduate Certification
- Health & Immunizations
- Library Services
- Mission, Goals & Learning Outcomes
- Pregnancy Policy
- Program Catalog
- Radiologic Technology Fees
- Radiology Textbooks
- Recommendation Form
- Student Services
- State Licensure
School of Health Professions