Radiologic Technology AdmissionRadiologic Technology Students

The Radiologic Technology program size is limited, and acceptance is not guaranteed. Acceptance is based on an evaluation of the individual's prior educational and work experience, personal and professional references, and personal interviews. Each applicant is evaluated and assigned a score based on a point system.

Class sizes are limited with a total capacity of 11 students per year. Preference is given to applicants with hands-on patient care experience, college-level coursework completion in both required and recommended courses, higher course grades in each of the required and recommended courses, and higher total cumulative GPA. A completed application, reference forms, resume, biography, application fee and official transcripts must be received by May 15.

English Language

All classroom and clinical instruction will be conducted in English. By accepting a position in this program, the student acknowledges this and accepts the responsibility for sufficient proficiency in the English language to be able to successfully complete the program.

Student Pregnancy

Should the student become pregnant and declare pregnancy during the course of the program, she may elect to continue the program with no interruption, request a partial leave of absence or request a complete withdrawl from the program. Complete details are located in the student handbook.

Transfer Student Policy

Transfer students from other radiography programs are not accepted.

Latex Advisory

Students frequently use and have exposure to latex based products commonly used in healthcare settings. Students with latex allergies should seek expert advice from their healthcare provider in order to make an informed decision regarding their exposure to latex based products prior to considering medical imaging as a future profession.

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists' Ethics Requirement

Before consideration for admission, any applicant who has been involved in a criminal proceeding or who has been charged with or convicted of a crime must file a request for a pre-application review with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in order to obtain a ruling on the impact of the situation on their eligibility for certification and registration. A charge or conviction of, a plea of guilty to, or a plea of novo contender (no contest) to an offense that is classified as a misdemeanor or felony constitutes a conviction for ARRT purposes. This includes situations in which the result is deferred or withheld adjudication, or suspended or withheld sentence. Military court-martial must also be reported.

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists' determination of eligibility for examination will determine the applicant's eligibility for consideration for admission to the program. The final order must be included with the Application for Admittance to the Radiology Program. Potential applicants must contact the ARRT directly:

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
1255 Northland Drive
St. Paul, Minnesota, 55120-1155

The Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, disability, veteran, or marital status. Because of radiation protection requirements, students must be at least 18 years of age by the July start date of the class.

Contact the Radiologic Technology Office

Phone: 904-308-8552


Download the Radiologic Technology Brochure

Radiologic Technology Application Form

Radiologic Technology Reference Form

Policy Manual 2015-2017

Send All Inquiries and Completed Application to:

St. Vincent's Medical Center Riverside 
School of Radiologic Technology / Educational Coordinator
Department of Radiology
1 Shircliff Way
Jacksonville, FL 32204