The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) has stringent rules regarding misconduct and eligibility to take the national registry exam. In order to meet ARRT certification requirement, you may complete the pre-application review process with the ARRT prior to program enrollment to avoid delays and uncertainty regarding certification eligibility if you have been:
The pre-application review form is downloadable from the Ethics section ARRT's website at www.arrt.org or by calling ARRT at 651-686-0048, ext. 8580.
In the event that a student or graduate of the Radiologic Technology Program is concerned about ARRT eligibility, it is the sole responsibility of the student or graduate to certify eligibility with the ARRT.
Students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology program are required to rotate through various Clinical Education Sites (CES) every semester. All CES are within 60 miles driving distance of LSUA Main Campus. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from CES.
The clinical coordinator will assign clinical rotations on a semester basis. Clinical rotation assignments are provided to students at the beginning of each semester and posted at each CES. Students are not permitted to attend clinic in an area they are not assigned nor allowed to attend clinic beyond their scheduled time. Course assignments, including both clinical and didactic courses, shall not exceed 40 hours per week or 8 hours per day.
Required Clinical Rotation Shifts: