See what others can't.
It's not just x-rays anymore.
"Being able to use technology to assist medical experts in diagnosing illnesses is powerful. We save lives."
Radiologic technologists use modern imaging equipment, interact with patients and provide vital information for diagnosis. You'll learn not only in the classroom and labs, but also in real-world settings during your clinicals.
Our classes are designed to give you the most out of your time here in and out of the classroom. We also offer advanced certifications in MRI and Mammography.
The OCtech Radiologic Technology program has limited enrollment. Please see the Special Admissions Information below.
Paying for college is not as hard as you may think. Many of our students attend for little to no tuition cost.
Radiologic Technology Degree
$3,022 per semester
The cost of books, supplies, and fees may vary. Please see the appropriate Special Admissions Overview for more information.
*Based on 2021-22 full-time / in-county tuition
We are currently updating our HIP schedule. You can sign up to be notified when this schedule is published so you can register to attend.
Take a look at the Special Admissions Overview criteria for more information about program requirements.
Please use the links below to access the Admissions Overview information for the program you want to apply to. These sheets contain vital information concerning required courses, detailed costs and rating sheets that will benefit you throughout the application process.
Radiology Program Coordinator
To review accreditation status, please visit the OCtech Program Accreditation/Approval page.
Accrediting Agency: Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT)
Most Recent Self-Study Submission Date: May 2014
Interim Action Required and Resolution: Submitted 2019
Most Recent Final Accreditation Approval and Next Reaffirmation Year: Final Reaccreditation Letter dated April 21, 2020/ Next Reaffirmation Summer 2023
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Graduates are eligible to take the official registry exam given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).