Ascension Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology
Congratulations Class of 2017 Graduates!
The Ascension Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology prepares the student for examination and certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The 24-month course includes both classroom study and competency-based clinical education. The 40-hour school week consists of a daily three-hour class covering topics such as radiologic physics, anatomy and physiology, standard radiographic positions, techniques and departmental procedures. The remainder of each eight-hour day is devoted to performing clinical duties under the supervision of a registered radiologic technologist.
Our mission is to provide each student with an education that will enhance their minds. Through constant goal setting and achievement, the students are given the opportunity to challenge themselves towards excellence in patient care within the radiological sciences.
- Students will be clinically competent
- Students will demonstrate communication skills
- Students will develop critical thinking skills
- Students will model professionalism
Student Learning Objectives (SLO) are evaluated over the course of the program to ensure the students are meeting the overall goals of the program. Our SLO may be viewed here.
Up to 12 students per year; Criterion for acceptance is based on a combined score for both academics and interview.
Please click here to view our program policy manual.
- Download a printable version of the School of Radiologic Technology application.
- Apply online for the program.
Applicants are required to submit the following, to the Radiography Program by February 1, along with their application for consideration:
- Three (3) current letters of professional reference.
- Official High School transcripts.
- Official College transcripts.
- A $40 Application fee. (Check or money order payable to "Ascension Providence Hospital".
Cost for the program is $6,500 for tuition, required texts not included.
One class is enrolled each year, with the program starting in September. Completed applications must be submitted by February 1 of each year. For a program brochure and application, contact Mary A. Kleven: Mary.Kleven@ascension.org or by telephone: 248-849-3293.
Academic Community Agreements
The Ascension Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology maintains an articulation agreement with Macomb County Community College, and has partnered with Madonna University. This is to assist prospective students to be academically prepared, and to provide a pathway for degree achievement.
Ascension Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in the Radiological Sciences. For further information on standards for education in the Radiological sciences, please visit their web page at: www.jrcert.org, or contact them at:
Advisory Council & Outcomes Assessment Notes
For those interested parties, we are making available notes from our biannual Advisory council meetings, including yearly outcome assessment results. These can be viewed here.
Past Performance Data
Our program is required by the Joint Review Commission on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) to publish data on program completion rate, first time pass rate on the National Registry, and job placement rate. Past performance data for the Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology may be viewed here.
CT & MRI Training
Ascension Providence Hospital also has CT & MRI training available to Registered Radiographers. We offer a 6 month CT program and a 7 month MRI program. Applicants must be a Registered Radiographer to apply. Please refer to our CT pamphlet or MRI pamphlet for further information. You may apply for the programs here.
Qualified applicants are considered for admission to the Ascension Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology without regard to race, color, religion, sex, height, weight, national origin, age, sexual preference, arrest record, marital or veteran status, or the presence of a non-job related medical condition or disability. It is the applicant's responsibility to notify us of any reasonable accommodation necessary to perform the essential duties of the position for which the applicant has applied.