Radiologic Technology

About Radiologic Technology

About Radiologic Technology

Roxbury Community College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

NECHE is located at:
New England Commission of Higher Education
301 Edgewater Place, Suite 210
Wakefield, MA 01880
Tel: 781-425-7785

Radtech students
  • Information Session  
    • Applicants seeking admission to the Rad Tech Program are required to attend an information session the academic year they are submitting their application.  
  • TEAS Scores  
    • Reading: 59
    • Math: 59
    • Science: 59  
    • English: 59
  • Students may take the TEAS exam a total of two times within a 12-month period.  Test scores are valid for three years. The TEAS can be taken at any testing center.  
  • Personal Statement
  • Prerequisite Courses

Please view the Radiologic Technology Application for more information.

About Radiologic Technology

To register or for more information, please contact: Enrollment Center Building 2, Room 102
Telephone: 857-701-1200 
Email Applications: 

Radiologic Technology Program’s information session attendance is mandatory.

Radiologic Technology Program is a full-time, two-year Associate in Science Degree program providing professional training for radiologic technologists. Radiologic technologists work in a professional environment at a hospital, clinic, or private office.

Skills involved include patient care, positioning, operating X-ray equipment, image quality assessment, technical factors, and interacting with the general public, ancillary workers, and physicians.  Upon completion of the program, graduates will have obtained the knowledge and skills expected of entry-level radiographers in accordance with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and will be eligible to take the national radiology exam, a prerequisite to seeking employment as a registered entry-level radiographer. Graduates who successfully pass the national exam become licensed in the state of Massachusetts and work in hospitals, clinics, medical offices and other health care settings.

Radiographers utilize their patient care skills and knowledge of state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging equipment to help diagnose orthopedic problems, as well other pathologic conditions.  The radiographer is part of a medical team.  Graduates will also be eligible for advanced certification in specialty areas, such as mammography, Computed Tomography  (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). In addition to practice, graduates may choose to continue their education at the university level for advanced allied health education, administration, or research.

Contact Information:
Radiologic Technology Program
Office: 4-311D & 4-311E
Phone: 857-701-1566 or 857-701-1276



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