School of Radiologic Technology

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The School of Radiologic Technology, sponsored by Grady Health System, is the oldest Radiography Program in the State of Georgia. The program began in the late 1930s. To date, more than 1,400 students have graduated from the School of Radiologic Technology. This program prepares the graduate for a rewarding career in the imaging field. Many graduates continue to their education in various advanced level radiation and imaging modalities, like CT, MRI, Ultrasound, and Radiation Therapy.

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Vision, Mission, and Learning Goals

Vision (Schools of Radiation and Imaging Technologies)

The Schools of Radiation and Imaging Technologies at Grady Health System will become a recognized center of excellence for the education of Radiographers, Radiation Therapists, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Vascular Sonographers, CT Technologists, and MRI Technologists.

Mission (School of Radiologic Technology)

It is the mission of the School of Radiologic Technology to provide a quality education that actively engages the student in the classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences that will produce an entry-level radiographer and prepare the student to challenge the national certification examination.

Goals and Learning Outcomes

Goal 1:  Students will be clinically competent.
Learning Outcomes
1.1          Students will apply knowledge of radiographic procedures.
1.2          Students will produce quality images.

Goal 2:  Students will communicate effectively.
Learning Outcomes
2.1          Students will demonstrate knowledge of patient communication skills.
2.2          Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.

Goal 3:  Students will use critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Learning Outcomes
3.1          Students will demonstrate critical thinking and decision-making skills.
3.2          Students will employ adaptation/modification of positioning for trauma, and age-specific patients.

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Program Information

The course of study in Radiologic Technology awards a certificate from Grady Health System upon graduation. Classes are limited in size. Admission to this program is competitive. The number of students accepted is dependent on the number of clinical sites. Students who satisfactorily complete the program are eligible to apply to sit for credentialing through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Degree Articulation Agreement

Grady Health System School of Radiologic Technology has an articulation agreement with Saint Joseph’s College of Maine (SJC) for aspiring students who need prerequisite courses for entry to Grady’s radiologic technology program to complete an Associate degree from Saint Joseph’s College. For more information, please visit the SJC AS degree in Radiologic Science Administration course catalog.

Grady / SJC articulation agreement

Grady Health System School of Radiologic Technology has an articulation agreement with Georgia State University (GSU) for students who started in the Radiography pathway by Fall semester 2021.  Courses for entry to Grady’s radiologic technology program to complete an Associate degree from GSU must be completed by May 2024.  The articulation agreement with GSU will end August 2026.

Grady / GSU articulation agreement

(Gainful Employment Disclosure)

The School of Radiologic Technology is an entry-level program and is:

  • Full-time
  • Daytime program
  • 23 months in length
  • 20-25 students are accepted annually
  • The graduation rate for the past 5 years is 99%.
  • The job placement rate for the past 5 years is 100%.
  • The credentialing examination rate for the past 5 years is 95%.
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Academic Education

Courses and Calendar

Fall Spring Summer
RAD 1100 – Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care I RAD 2100 – Patient Care II RAD 3100 – Patient Care III
RAD 1101 – Radiographic Procedures I RAD2101 – Radiographic Procedures II RAD 3101 – Radiographic Procedures III
RAD 1102 –  Principles of Radiographic Imaging & Exposure I RAD 2102 – Principles of Radiographic Imaging & Exposure II RAD 3102 – Equipment & Maintenance I
RAD1103 – Clinical Education I RAD 2103 – Clinical Education II RAD 3103 – Clinical Education III
Fall Spring Summer
RAD 4100 – Radiation Protection I RAD 5100 – Radiation Protection I I
RAD 4101 – Radiographic Procedures IV RAD 5101 – Radiographic Procedures V RAD 6100 – Radiologic Technology Review
RAD 4102 – Equipment & Maintenance II RAD 5102 – Professional Development & Independent Study RAD 6102 – Clinical Education VI
RAD 4103 – Clinical Education IV RAD 5103 – Clinical Education V
RAD 4104 – Radiographic Pathology


Grading System

The following system of grading is used:

A – Excellent =  90 – 100%
B – Good = 80 – 89%
C – Marginal = 75 – 79%
D – Poor = 70 – 74%
F – Failure = Below 70%

Students receive an academic and clinical grade report at the end of each semester.  Academic and Clinical grades are listed separately, they are weighted by credit hours, and are averaged as a part of the overall GPA.


GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS                        

To graduate from the Schools of Radiologic Technology a student must have successfully completed both the academic and clinical portions of the course of study.

Successful completion of the academic and clinical portions requires achieving the following criteria:

  1. A final cumulative average of 75% for all courses studied.
  2. A score of 75% or better in each Registry Review comprehensive final examination.
  3. Successful completion of all required clinical hours within the program.
  4. Successful completion of all clinical competencies.
  5. Meet all attendance requirements for the program.

Upon completion of all prescribed courses with satisfactory scholastic standing, each graduate will be awarded a certificate from Grady Health System.

Clinical Education

The major goal of the clinical portion of the program is to enable the student to develop skills that will allow him/her to successfully perform the duties of a Radiographer. The school is a competency-based program in which faculty members, clinical preceptors, and/or departmental staff evaluate the student.

A student spends at least 18-22 hours per week in the clinical setting and may be exposed to ionizing radiation, infectious diseases, body fluids, and cleaning solutions. The student is appropriately instructed in radiation protection and standard precaution procedures, as well as the proper utilization of various types of protective clothing and personal protective devices.

Students rotate on a weekly basis through general diagnostic radiology, emergency radiology, and pediatric radiology. In the second year, they also rotate through specialized areas such as CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, mammography, interventional radiology, radiation oncology, cardiac catheterization, neuroscience, and PET. Students must dress in the approved uniform attire during classes and clinical rotations.

Clinical hours vary depending on the assigned rotation. Most clinical assignments occur during the day shift; however, students also rotate on evening and weekend shifts in emergency and pediatric radiology departments (approximately 4% of training). In addition to clinical assignments at Grady, students also rotate to several neighborhood clinics, affiliate hospitals, and clinics in the Atlanta area.

The program has articulation agreements with the following clinical sites:

Clinical Sites

  1. Grady Memorial Hospital/Correll Pavilion – 80 Jesse Hill, Jr. Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30303

Address and travel times from Grady Memorial Hospital to other clinical sites:

  1. Asa Yancey Health Center – 1247 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy, NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 – 4 miles
  2. Brookhaven Health Center – 2695 Buford Highway, NE, Atlanta, GA 30324 – 11.5 miles
  3. Camp Creek Comprehensive Care Center – 3896 Princeton Lakes Way, Atlanta, GA 30331 – 13.8 miles
  4. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Hudson Bridge – 1510 Hudson Bridge Road, Stockbridge, GA 30281 – 24 miles
  5. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding – 35 Jesse Hill Jr Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30303 – one block from Grady Memorial Hospital
  6. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Satellite Blvd – 2660 Satellite Blvd, Duluth, GA 30096 – 20 miles
  7. East Point Health Center – 1595 W. Cleveland Ave. East Point, GA 30344 – 7.8 miles
  8. Emory University Hospital Midtown – 550 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 – 2 miles
  9. Kaiser Permanente Southwood – 2400 Mt. Zion Parkway, Jonesboro, GA 30236 – 17 miles
  10. Kaiser Permanente TownPark – 750 Townpark Lane, Kennesaw, GA 30144 – 25 miles
  11. Kirkwood Health Center – 1863 Memorial Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30317 – 5.1 miles
  12. Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic College Park – 1901 Phoenix Blvd, Suite 200, College Park, GA 30349 – 13 miles
  13. Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic Main – 2001 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 705, Atlanta, GA 30309 – 6 miles
  14. Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic Northside – 5505 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Suite 600, Atlanta, GA 30342 – 13 miles
  15. Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic Sports Medicine Center – 2045 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 700, Atlanta, GA 30309 – 6 miles
  16. Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic West Paces – 3200 Downwood Circle, NW, Atlanta, GA 30327 – 8 miles
  17. Piedmont Outpatient Center at Piedmont West –1800 Howell Mill Road, NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 – 5 miles
  18. Ponce De Leon Center/IDP –341 Ponce de Leon Ave, NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 – 3 miles
Grievance Policy/Procedure

Instructor/student conferences are held with students whenever necessary. The conferences are documented for students and copies of the data are placed in the students’ files.

  1. If it becomes necessary to take further action other than an instructor/student conference, the situation is documented and given to the Program Director, for consultation with the student.
  2. If disciplinary action is required, resulting in the form of warnings, probation, suspension, or dismissals.  The following procedure is followed:
    1. The faculty will complete a Student Corrective Disciplinary form and a conference is to be held with the student.
    2. If it is an appealable offense and the student wishes to appeal the decision, it must be done within twenty-four (24) hours. This appeal is  to be written and addressed to the Executive Faculty Committee.

For the complete Standards of behavior and performance policy (including Due Process) see page 59-63 of the General Student Handbook.

Program Certification and Licensure Disclosure Statement

The Program of Radiologic Technology at Grady Health System fulfills the curricular requirements for national certification through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).  The program is accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).  The state of Georgia does not currently require radiologic technologists to become licensed or certified to work in the state of Georgia.

Program Certification and Licensure Disclosure Statement

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Program Effectiveness Data

  1. Graduates will pass the ARRT certification exam on the first attempt.
  2. Graduates will complete the program within 23 months.
  3. Of those pursuing employment, graduates will be employed within one year post-graduation.
  4. Graduates will be satisfied with their education.
  5. Employers will be satisfied with the graduate’s education

Program Effectiveness Data is also posted on the JRCERT website

See our Program Effectiveness Data.

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Program Manager:
Betsy Kerr, MSEd, RT(R)
[email protected]

Radiography Training Coordinator:
Sylvia Brooks-Dowl, BMSc, RT(R)
[email protected]

Clinical Instructors:
Jennie Malko LaBarrie, MSEd, RT(R)
[email protected]

Troy Maxwell, RT(R)(CT)
[email protected]

Admissions Coordinator:
Malon Brown, BS
(404) 616-3610
[email protected]

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The radiologic technology program sponsored by Grady Memorial Hospital/Grady Health System is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Successful completion of a JRCERT-accredited program assures that students are provided the knowledge, skills, and professional values required for career success.  The program was awarded eight years of continuing accreditation at the last site visit (Fall 2021).  This is the maximum length of continuing accreditation granted by the JRCERT.

JRCERT accredited programs must follow the JRCERT Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiography.  The standards can be found here:

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology Contact Information
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606
(312) 704-5300
[email protected]

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Admission Requirements

The School of Radiologic Technology offers equal educational opportunities to students regardless of race, creed, color, sex, age, handicap, religion, or national origin.

  1. Minimum age of 18 years.
  2. SAT, ACT, Compass, ASSETT Exam, or ACCUPLACER Generation Next requirement (one of the following criteria must be met).
    1. Scholastic Aptitude Reasoning Test (SAT I) – minimum math and critical reading (verbal) total score of 830 (writing section not included)
    2. American College Test (ACT): minimum composite score of 17
    3. COMPASS minimum reading score of 74, and minimum math score of 37, or
    4. ASSET minimum reading score of 40, and minimum math score of 40
    5. ACCUPLACER minimum reading score of 61, and minimum Elementary Algebra score of 67
    6. ACCUPLACER Generation Next minimum reading score of 237, and elementary algebra (previous to 2021) or Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics (QAS) (after 2021) of 258
  3. College-level courses at an accredited college (with a minimum of 2.5 GPA average in the core college courses) will be considered in the selection process, but not in place of, SAT I, ACT, COMPASS, ASSET, ACCUPLACER or ACCUPLACER Generation Next scores.  Completion of courses at a regionally accredited United States post-secondary institution (University, College, or Technical College) is required.
  4. Courses excluded from consideration are:
    1. Remedial courses
    2. Developmental studies courses
    3. Courses with essentially non-academic content (orientation, career courses, etc.)
    4. Non-transferable courses (grades of “D” or lower)
  5. A status of good standing (not on probation, suspension, or expulsion) at the last institution attended.
  6. Applicants may be considered if one of the following applies:
    • Graduate of a regionally accredited U.S. university, college, or technical college institution with a minimum of an Associate’s degree that includes; English or Communication, Math (Mathematical Reasoning, Algebra or higher level math), Natural science (Biology, Chemistry, or Physics), Political Science or History, Social/Behavioral science or Psychology, and Humanities (art, music, theater, philosophy, foreign language).
    • If enrolled at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine in the Online AS-Radiologic Science Administration degree program, applicants must complete the prerequisite courses by May of the year the student is applying to enter the Grady Radiologic Technology program. Please see attached 2022-2023 Grady Health School of Radiologic Technology to SJC ASRSA outline for program details.
    • To graduate with an Associate degree from SJC in the Radiologic Science pathway, 18 of the 36 prerequisite credit hours must be earned at Saint Joseph’s College.
    • If enrolled at Georgia State University (GSU) at Perimeter College in the Radiography pathway by Fall semester 2021, the following apply;
    • If enrolled in Georgia State University at Perimeter College, prerequisite courses must be completed by May of the year the student is applying to enter the Grady Radiologic Technology program.
    • To graduate with an Associate degree from Georgia State University in the Radiography Pathway a student must earn 26 of the 31 prerequisite credit hours from Georgia State University.
    The Radiography pathway at Georgia State University at Perimeter College is no longer accepting students in this pathway as of January 1, 2022. The last cohort of GSU students to be accepted by the Grady School of Radiologic Technology will be Fall of 2024.
  7. Transfer credits, for Radiography specific courses, from other Radiologic Technology programs will not be accepted. Advanced placement is not available.
  8. All college or technical college education must be from an institution accredited by one of the following entities:
    • Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
    • Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
    • Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS)
    • Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools of Middle States Association of College and Schools (MSA-CESS)
    • New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
    • Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
    • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)
    • Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
    • Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and Senior College Commission (SCC) of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges
    • Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES)
    • Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
    • Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET)
    • Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
    • American Osteopathic Associate – Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation
    • Council on Occupational Training (COE)
    • Distance Education and Training Council Accrediting Commission (DETC)
    • National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS)
    • Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation
    • Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools Accreditation Commission
    • Commission on Accrediting of Association of Theological Schools
    • Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools
    • Conjoint Accreditation Services of the Canadian Medical Association
    • Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (MRPBA)
    • Accreditation Canada
  9. Applicants that meet all requirements for the program are invited for a personal interview.

International Student

An applicant will be classified as an “International Student” if the school credentials he/she submits for evaluation are from schools or colleges outside of the United States.

Learn more about International Students Admission Requirements

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Application Process

The Radiologic Technology begins only one time per year in the Fall. Online applications are accepted year round. All admission documents must be RECEIVED by March 1.


  1. Apply ONLINE and pay the $35.00 nonrefundable application fee.
  2. Applicants submit the following to the School: 
  1. Application portfolio documents
    1. All official transcripts
      1. Official transcripts of courses completed at all universities, colleges, or technical programs of study.
    2. Critical Test Scores
      1. A college entrance test is required. Scholastic Aptitude Reasoning Test (SAT I), American College Test (ACT), Compass, Asset, or ACCUPLACER, and/or ACCUPLACER Next Gen. Grady Health System’s SAT code is 5263 and the ACT code is 5329.
      2. Score and proof of any current national certification, if applicable.
      3. TOEFL score, if applicable (see International Student Requirements).
    3. References
      The applicant must provide names and e-mail addresses for four (4) references, who have supervised the applicant a minimum of six months in an evaluating position (such as supervisors, educators, etc.). Friends, relatives, clergy and co-workers are not acceptable references. Applicants should contact references prior to submission of application. The school will email/mail a reference form to those persons that are listed in the application
    4. Military discharge papers (DD214), if applicable.

Incomplete applications and those who do not adhere to the deadline dates will be disqualified.  An applicant’s application and entrance requirements will not be returned to the applicant, nor forwarded to another institution.

A qualifying applicant will be invited to Grady Health System for an interview.  The applicant will also receive Financial Aid information.  This procedure takes approximately two hours.

Notices of acceptance or rejection will be emailed the week following the Admissions Committee meeting.  Notices are given by email only.

Admission to the school is competitive and the Admissions Committee reserves the right, in every case, to accept or reject any applicant based on previous academic performance, motivation, personality, or health and character as determined by the application process, interview, review of academic and sociological data, references and investigation.

All correspondence and inquiries pertaining to applications should be directed to the attention of the:

Admissions Office
Schools of Radiation and Imaging Technologies
Grady Health System
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE – Box 26095
Atlanta, GA 30303-3050
[email protected]
(404) 616-3610

Technical Standards – ADA Compliance

ARRT Ethics Review for Felony or Misdemeanor Conviction

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Accepted Applicants

Admission Requirements Upon Acceptance

Upon acceptance, the applicant must complete and submit by program deadline date:

  1. Physical examination and immunizations to include documentation of:
  • Completion of COVID -19 Vaccination and booster (s)
  • MMR vaccine OR Titer (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) Must have one of the following:
    • Documentation of 2 doses after 1st birthday and separated by at least 28 days OR
    • Laboratory evidence of immunity by positive measles titer, positive mumps titer, and positive rubella titer
  • Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) must have booster within past 10 years
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine AND Titer (series of 3 vaccines and positive titer results drawn after 3rd dose).  If titer results are negative, then additional vaccine(s) are administered and a titer is drawn again.
  • Varicella vaccine (2 doses) OR positive titer
  • TB screening using Quantiferon Gold blood test.  This is done by Grady’s Employee Health Onboarding personnel.
    • For history of positive TB test, latent TB infection or TB disease, must have negative chest x-ray. If student has had TB disease, medical evaluation and documentation that student has been treated for TB disease is required. After initial TB testing is completed, student should receive follow-up TB testing annually consisting of a T.SPOT or a Quantiferon Gold Test at the student’s own expense.

Immunization requirements are subject to change by Grady Health System and/or Clinical affiliates at any time.

  1. Background check and drug screen performed through
  2. Proof of professional liability insurance as a Radiologic Technology Student, prior to enrollment, which documents coverage for first year of enrollment (must be renewed before end of first year).
  3. Current CPR (BLS for Healthcare Provider) documentation. If BLS for Healthcare Provider is expired or needed, submit documentation of completion for Part I of the American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers online training module and Part II will be scheduled for completion with school faculty at the school.
  4. Any on-line hospital or clinical site orientations assigned by the school.

Background Check – Drug Screen Policy

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Financial Aid / Tuition / Fees

Radiologic Technology Tuition: $1,800/semester, 6 semesters (total $10,800)
Advantage Students Drug Screen & Background Check: $78.50 *base fee, may be higher if student lived in other states as an adult
symplr® CHOA Drug Screen & Background check $49.00 first year
$29.00 second year
Trajecsys- Online Clinical Record $150.00 one-time fee
HPSO Professional Liability Insurance $38.00 (cost may vary depending on what state(s) the student has held employment)
Graduation Fee $180.00 (prorated at $30 paid each semester)
Technology Fee $50.00/semester
CPR (Heart Code – BLS) Online Training Module $31.00
Uniform Scrub Top and Pants
(5 sets recommended)
approx. $30.00/set
Uniform Shoes approximately $60.00/pair
Books, supplies, computer software, etc. $700 – 900 (if purchased new)
Parking Grady Hospital: Parking is free.
Clinical/Off-Site Parking: Parking expenses at off-campus clinical affiliate sites are the responsibility of the student
ARRT Credential exam fees:
National Certification Exam
$225 – Students apply to take the ARRT exam 90 days before graduation.

Prices subject to change

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Financial Aid

Tuition Refund Policy

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Financial Aid


  • Federal Pell Grant: The Pell Grant is only awarded to undergraduate students. It is based on student need. The Pell Grant does not have to be repaid.

Loan Programs

  • William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program: There is both a subsidized and an unsubsidized Direct Loan. A student can obtain a loan regardless of income, but the federal government pays interest only on need-based loans.
  • Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS): Loans may be applied for by parents on behalf of their dependent, undergraduate students.
Veterans Benefits

Students enrolled in the Schools of Radiologic Technology, Radiation Therapy, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography may receive Veterans Educational Benefits from the Veterans Administration if eligible.

Larry L. Moyer Memorial Scholarship

The Larry L. Moyer Memorial Scholarship awards $1500 in scholarship money every Spring to a well-deserving student to help defray tuition costs. The scholarship recipient also receives a $500 “boost” during their fifth semester within the School of Radiologic Technology. The scholarship is awarded to a student with financial need who displays academic achievement, a commitment to serving others, strong work ethic, and achievement toward becoming a radiologic technologist.

This scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Larry L. Moyer, a former devoted Interventional Radiology Technologist in the Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Exit Counseling Resources

To complete exit counseling:

To learn more about repayment options:

To repayment calculator and interest rates:

To learn more about forbearance and deferment options:

To learn more about cancellation and consolidation options:

Federal Loan Servicers Contact Information

Great Lakes Educational Loan Services
(Dept of ED/Great Lakes)

Nelnet (Dept of ED/Nelnet)

Sallie Mae (Dept of ED/Sallie Mae)

FedLoan Servicing (PHEAA)




Aspire Resources Inc.

Granite State-GSMR

OSLA Servicing

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Student Services

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Personal Counseling

Individuals receive professional and confidential counseling at no cost for the first 5 visits in areas of marital, family, or financial problems, stress, substance abuse, depression, etc.

The main objectives are early identification of the employee or student who needs assistance; providing professional and confidential counseling; helping the employee or student find resources when needed; and helping the employee or student to resolve their personal problems.

Employee Wellness Center

The exercise facility located in the Brian Jordan/Steve Atwater Employee Wellness Center located on the 16th floor of the hospital is available for use by employees and students.


Students are assigned to a parking lot through the Parking department.

Parking fees associated with clinical education rotation assignments are the responsibility of the student.

Health Services

Employee Health Services (EHS) is available for flu shots and/or completion of Hepatitis B vaccine series, COVID-19 vaccination and boosters, post needle stick reporting, and exposures to infectious diseases (all at no cost). For outpatient clinic or Emergency Department visits, the student is expected to pay for services or show proof of health insurance.

Computers and Software Tutorials

There are computers for student use in the school classroom. Software tutorials are maintained and loaned through school offices.


School Library
Textbooks and other learning resources belonging to the School of Radiologic Technology are housed in the learning area.


Lockers for books and personal items are available for student use in the third floor locker rooms. Students must provide their own padlock. Lockers must be shared.


Students are required to wear uniform scrub attire. The uniform scrubs are embroidered with a school logo and are ordered through a local vendor.

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