Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

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Program Information Sessions

Attendance at one of these sessions is required for program application. Students who are re-applying must attend a new Information Session each year they apply.

  • Wednesday, July 20
    6 p.m.
    Room HS 203
  • Thursday, August 25
    6 p.m.
    Room HS 203
  • Tuesday, September 20
    6 p.m.
    Room HS 203
  • Saturday, October 15
    11 a.m.
    Room HS 203
  • Saturday, November 19
    11 a.m.
    Room HS 203
  • Monday, December 5
    6 p.m.
    Room HS 203

No RSVP is required. Anyone can attend, including those students or family members who are just interested in learning more about the program.

Radiologic technologists, also called radiographers, produce X-ray images of all parts of the human body for diagnosis of medical problems. Radiologic technologists work in hospitals, clinics, physician offices and emergency and urgent care centers. Radiologic technologists may work anywhere from a small private doctor’s office to operating rooms in large metropolitan hospitals.

Radiologic technologists are responsible for all aspects of producing high quality radiographs (X-rays). Patient care and positioning, equipment settings and adjustments for individual patients, patient protection from radiation exposure and analysis of X-ray quality are all important in the radiologic technologist’s work.

The field of radiology is expanding and is being driven by state-of-the-art technologies. New imaging equipment and techniques keep the field interesting and diversified.

Program Director
Jeffrey Walmsley
Extension 7197, Room HS 210G

Learn More about Radiologic Technology

The radiologic technology program at Lorain County Community College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).  The U.S. Department of Education recognizes the JRCERT as the national agency for the accreditation of programs in radiography.  Accordingly, the JRCERT is responsible for all accreditation actions. 

The radiologic technology program at Lorain County Community College was last evaluated by the JRCERT in 2009 and received the maximum eight-year accreditation from the JRCERT.  The program is scheduled for JRCERT review in the fall of 2017.

Should a student have concerns about the Lorain County Community College radiologic technology program's adherence to the Standards of the JRCERT, the student may report those concerns to the JRCERT at:

20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
(312) 704-5300

Upon successful completion of the radiography program at LCCC, graduates are eligible for the credentialing examination offered through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Successful completion of the ARRT exam is required to be certified as a radiologic technologist practicing in radiography.  Licensure to practice in the state of Ohio is approved by the Ohio Department of Health X-ray Control Program.

LCCC students may also want to consider the Alternative Route to the Radiologic Technology degree through the Cleveland Clinic.


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