Radiologic Technology Program Outcomes

Exams & Credentials

Graduates of the Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology receive a certificate upon completion of the program.

This certificate allows graduates to apply for registration through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). After successful completion of this 200-question exam, graduates are registered in the field of Radiologic Technology and may use the title Registered Technologist – Radiographer, RT(R)(ARRT).

Student Outcomes

The School of Radiologic Technology tracks student learning outcomes and program effectiveness using a variety of tools. The following data is gathered from program statistics and surveys that are sent to graduates and their employers six months after graduation.

2018 Five-Year Average
ARRT pass rate (first attempt) 100% 100% (60 of 60 graduates)
Program completion rate 85.7% 86.4%
Job placement rate (9 months post-graduation) 91.6% 98.3%

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