Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer

If you're passionate about health care and helping others but aren't sure you want to commit to medical school, consider studying radiologic technology/service. You'll change patients' lives by using radiation to create images and administer doses of radiation. As part of a medical team, you're providing critical patient care, helping with everything from diagnosing broken bones to treating cancer with radiation. Radiology students study radiographic technique, applied anatomy and physiology, radiation biology, patient positioning and education, and medical imaging/radiologic services management. Students also learn the basics of maintaining radiation equipment, safety techniques, and medical ethics.

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“…Boston University is an elite university that is constantly improving. It is a very expensive college but has a lot of resources for its students. Students who wish to attend should be somewhat independent and not afraid to take full advantage of the...” – Daniel from Staten Island, NY

“…A beautiful campus with dedicated teachers and students. Everyone is very passionate about their field, very friendly, and respectful of surroundings.We like to have fun but are serious about our life goals.” – Katelyn from Fort Collins, CO

“…U of Iowa is an institution that invites young minds to grow and develop with the help of highly educated leaders. Family values are important within the administration and add value to the environment within the grounds of the university. Service is...” – Eric from Pingrey Grove, IL

“…iupui is has a great educational atmosphere that goes out of its way to teach its students valuable life experience. iupui is a university that teaches its students to try to make impact on its community by doing various volunteer activities. the...” – Arnesha from Jeffersonville, IN

“…a great mid-size university with numerous course offerings and majors. you can enjoy the smaller university atmosphere while having access to the amenities of the city of huntington wv. while small. there is a multi-cultural feel and it is one of...” – Amanda from Le Roy, WV

“…missouri state university is an absolutely wonderful school. the classes are generally small and close-knit. there are so many programs to join and feel welcome!” – Kelly from Hazelwood, MO

“…Xavier is a private institution with a strong Jesuit focus. Xavier always has a welcoming atmosphere that makes campus immediately feel like home. The professors on campus are eager to teach and always make class interesting and engaging. ” – Kathleen from IL

“…Quinnipiac has a beautiful campus right across from Sleeping Giant state park; no matter what season it is the campus is stunning. The class sizes are nice and small so it is easier to learn in the classroom. The professors are amazing and try to...” – Susan from North Andover, MA

“…i give the school a 8 out of 10. i fell in love with the campus and its not far from home. they offer buses and bikes for getting around, which is a plus.” – Shakeria from Foley, AL

Oakland University
Rochester Hills, MI

“…Oakland University is an involved and exciting school with so much to offer students. A place to learn and explore many options of career choices. A place to meet life long friends. ” – Yewande from Warren, MI

“…virginia commonwealth university is a terrific school.i don't recommend this school to someone who isn't use to a big city. also if you don't like big classrooms with 150 plus students, i don't recommend it.” – Christa from Lynchburg, VA

“…The University of Mississippi is rich in tradition and academic opportunities. However they also know how to have fun which is evident on game days and in greek life. Most importantly, they have many resources to help you find a career after college.” – Current Out of State Freshman

“…i love colorado mesa university. the campus is beautiful and the curriculum is very good. it is also a great place to make new friends, and in some cases even family. ” – Kimberly from Salida, CO

“…Boise State University is a beautiful school. It is very socialized with tons of campus activities such as sports. I enjoy going to school here as well as living in the dorm on campus.” – Yonsoo from Boise, ID

“…Your college experience is all what you make it. The fun will always be there so work then play. Albany is small school so your reputation is everything, you want people to look at you as someone who's positive and want something out of life.” – Nekia from Jacksonville, FL

“…weber state is a great school. i love the diversity here. i have made so many wonderful friends as well!” – Karlie from Ogden, UT

“…St. John's University is an amazing school. Not only is the campus amazing but the people are great as well. You will feel more than at home here.” – Jessica from Elmhurst, NY

“…The perfect university in all aspects! Whether it be through sports, education, clubs, or connects, CSUN is guaranteed to get you ready for the real world, and you'll have fun doing it! In just one year, I have discovered my perfect school, and I'm...” – Estelle robinson

“…Houston Community College is great! It's easier to learn here, because of the smaller classes. In addition, the classes are more affordable.” – Lashandra from Houston, TX

“…Gannon University has many good academic programs along with a variety of groups and organizations to be apart of. It helps to become a well rounded student because you are exposed to many different opportunities. Class sizes are perfect and you...” – Hannah from Corry, PA

“…Midwestern State has a very nice campus, small yet spread out, with well maintained buildings and lawns. The small class sizes give students a chance to connect with their professors. It was rated the best value in the nation among public...” – Richard from Highland Village, TX

“…I love Northern Michigan University. The campus is beautiful, and right near the great Lake Superior! The professors are always willing to help you, they have ample office hours where you can talk to the professor one-on-one. ” – Cindy from Delano, MN

“…A wide variety of students from all different backgrounds, the school is was started as a social justice establishment and (almost) keeps this up. Plenty of political science and political justice majors, while also offering a great Psychology...” – Jessica from Naperville, IL

“…Rhode Island College is a college which offers a wide-variety of majors. The campuses are very easy to navigate around. The OASIS Department is very helpful in picking your classes.” – Joshua from Smithfield, RI

“…pima is an outstanding community college. the college makes it convenient for students with campus locations all around the city of tucson. the staff for the most part is very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. ” – Shanna from Marana, AZ

“…Very dedicated professors and admin that can get you to the path you want. They also put a great deal of time in to be able to work one on one. The campus is very relaxing and the facilities are newer. ” – Jason from Bolingbrook, IL

“…dixie state college has great professors in the psychology department. i would give it a 5 star rating. one thing i think could change especially for students that are juniors and seniors is giving the students their portions of the student loans...” – JaCoy from St. George, UT

“…1. High quality of classes and faculties2. Reasonable tuition fee and lots of chances to get a job on campus3. Beautiful nature scene.” – Hyojin from Warrensburg, MO

“…1. Fresno City College is a beautiful, old fashioned campus, with a diverse student population, located right in the heart of Fresno's historic Tower District. 2. Teachers are involved and invested in the success of their students, and in my...” – Elise from Fresno, CA

“…Regis College is a small private college that is dedicated to helping students reach their full potential in and outside of the classroom. Professors are enthusiastic about learning and building relationships with the Regis community and our dear...” – Brianna from Framingham, MA

“…Northwest is the perfect school because everyone here is so welcoming. I live in the high rises and feel like I know everyone. I love that it's a small school, but not too small; I feel like I can talk to all my teachers about how I'm doing in the...” – Emily from Kansas City, MO

“…the brenham campus is small enough to walk but big enough to get plenty of exercise. there are many clubs available to join and there is always free fun things going on. they also have great helpful teachers that really do care about their students...” – Faith from Bellville, TX

“…Despite the fact that Bakersfield College is not a big name college, like UCLA or UCSD, it offers some great opportunities to succeed. the campus is farely nice and the library is a comfortable place to study at. Even my economic professor, Mr....” – Cody from Bakersfield, CA

“…south texas college is a good college for those who plan on transferring to a 4-year university. it's very affordable which puts an ease on the life of a college student. the classes are also small so it's easy to learn here.” – Myrabel from Mission, TX

“…The school is a wonderful place to attend. You have a lot to do on campus.” – Coty from Unicoi, TN

“…champlain college offers its students every opportunity during their time at the school. international studies, internship availability, real-world information and skills, among many more are included along with the curriculum of classes in each...” – Olivia from Burlington, NY

“…It is a great college to complete your General educationa and transfer from or earn an A.A. certificate. ” – Liset from Bellflower, CA

“…pasadena city college holds classes for a diverse community of students on a beautiful campus. classmates from all over the world begin to feel like family by the end of the semester. although the school is very crowded, it definitely gives students...” – Stephanie from West Hills, CA

“…Austin Peay is a very diverse and beautiful school. There are always new and fun ways to get involved in the campus life and ways to show your school spirit. The food, people, campus together is just amazing!” – Jacqueline from Nashville, TN

“…I love NKU! I am a transfer student and this is by far the best college I have attended. The community is great and the people are friendly. There are a lot of free and fun activities available on campus all the time. The Greek Life at NKU is fun, do...” – Candice from Dayton, KY

“…This college is great, I really rely on the tutoring that is offered on campus. The class size and instrutor ratio is satisfactory, along with some instructors that take time out to explain/teach to students. Students services can also be a great way...” – Valerie from Warren, MI

“…A Beautiful Campus with friendly, though uninformed and not very knowledgeable in the areas they work. Very Difficult to get a class due to there being too many students for the amount of classes they offer.” – Jazzlyn from Costa Mesa, CA

Chaffey College
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

“…I must say that Chaffey College has been an outstanding college to have begun my scholarly journey. The fellow students that I have met here have proven to be quite a diverse and fantastic group. And best of all, I have been taught and academically...” – Pedro from Fontana, CA

“… York College of Pennsylvania is a wonderful small college. Classes are taught by professors who truly care about their students, in small settings. The people at YCP are always friendly.” – Christine from Parkville, MD

“…a fantastic opportunity to enhance anyone's situation. northern virginia community college (nova) is the second largest junior institution. i would rate this school (from 1-10) 10 being the highest level of recognition.” – Brian from Bealeton, VA

“…loma linda is a wonderful christian university. it will provide you with the best education while allowing yourself to be a well rounded student.” – Cara from Loma Linda, CA

“…So far, although I am in the middle of my application process, I have found the staff at U of Mary to be very helpful. I have already been in contact with them asking questions about the admissions process and other things I need to know, and I have...” – Nim from CO

“…This college pushes you to become your best. The Institute is a great social hang out and all the teachers are wanting the very best for you, they know their stuff and are interested in you succeeding. Have enjoyable activities every week.” – Jessika from West Jordan, UT

“…Monroe Community College is full of interesting, fun, life learning opportunities. It has a staff full of professors who really care about their students and will help you when you need it. This college is is highly recommended and I would advise...” – Shaqulia from Syracuse, NY

“…This college is affordable and you can get a good education here. I love the atmosphere and the classroom's. The professor's are very well educated as well. ” – Briana from Longview, TX

“…this is my second year at cypress college so far i like it. most of teachers are helpful but i do recommend you to check rate your professor before registering for classes!” – Yvonne from Stanton, CA

“…great campus! great people! not much to do outside of campus though.” – Happy Student

“…Hinds Communty College in Raymond, MS is one of the most beautiful schools that I have ever been to. The campus is so unique and different. The staff there are very nice and even though I have not started classes there, I believe that going to this...” – Dalonia from Brookhaven, MS

“…despite being the largest centrally-located community college in the state of ohio, scc is easy to navigate and a very well-rounded school. the individual attention and assistance is remarkable. i am so proud to call myself a scc tartan. ” – Brittany from Dayton, OH

“…City has been the best place for me to discover exactly which route to flourish in. All the teachers have taught at some of the most prestigious private schools and universities. I have attained a great liberal education.” – anthony from San Francisco, CA

“…amarillo college is wonderful. the instructors are engaging and helpful. the classes are challenging, yet interesting. ” – Katharine from Amarillo, TX

“…Provides a very strong medical education. Campus isn't too big to walk to classes. Offers in class and online education.” – Naomi from topeka, KS

“… i have already learned alot especially about myself ! the campus is very nice, they have plenty of parking. always events going on.” – Jeri from Lodi, CA

“…Community College of Philadelphia (C.C.P) provides a promising future for their students. C.C.P is an amazing college with a variety of opportunities for people to achieve their dream. Overall, it's one of the best colleges for people to attend to.” – Briana from Philadelphia, PA

“…tcc is a great starting point for continuing your education. there are many different classes and class schedules to fit your needs. tcc is constantly upgrading its facilities to keep up with other colleges and universities.” – Georgena from Norfolk, VA

“…Santa Barbara City College is a beautiful place to start off your education. It is located next to a beautiful beach and it has an earthy feeling. Great teachers and great opportunities to succeed .” – Daniel from Santa Barbara, CA

“…i would rate it an 8 it so far seems like a good school. teacher's and support plus all options available for help are the best, definitely help many students in many ways. i think i will enjoy my first years here.” – Ashley from Ridgefield, WA

“…TCC is a college you can feel welcome at. The teachers help you succeed. Easy to find.” – Stephanie from Owasso, OK

“…San Diego Mesa College is an amazing school. The professors there are helpful and are passionate to teach what they know to their students. The school itself is a safe place to study at and go to.” – Daisy from National City, CA

“…Lansing Community College is helpful in admissions. It has small class sizes. LCC also has great professors. ” – Lily from Owosso, MI

“…I love going to school at Saint Francis, because they care about our education. All the programs have a high graduation rate. Everyone wants to help you to achieve your goals and graduate in four years. ” – Nicole from Oswego, IL

“…The University of Southern Indiana is a great way to receive a quality education at an affordable price. The on-campus apartments give you the feeling of independence while still having the college experience. The small campus size makes you feel...” – Sarah from Fort Wayne, IN

“…henderson state university is a wonderful school with a heart. here at hsu we have lots of friendly proffers that are very good at what they do. hsu also has the wonderful greeks that you may join.” – Demarcus from Hot Springs, AR

“…The University of Massachusetts Lowell provides an outstanding atmosphere for students to excel. The community is very welcoming and the teachers are above adequate. The University has a great recreational center that allows students to separate from...” – Jordyn from Salem, NH

“…This is an excellent school at a price I can actually afford. The teachers really care and, more often than not, actually take the time to get to know you so they can better help you with your education. I recommend this college to everyone I know.” – Erica from Colorado Springs, CO

Triton College
River Grove, IL

“…I would give Triton college an over all B grade. It is a small school good for students who are unsure of their future goals and dreams. It is a stepping stone on the way to our futures. ” – Kathryn from Elmwood Park, IL

“…they have very helpful instructors and they will do anything they can to help you succeed in class. the campus is well kept and very big with great facilitys. i love uaa because everyone there, including students, will help you in anyway they can.” – Lucinda from Palmer, AK

“…After I transferred to Alvernia from reading area community college, I saw a huge difference. The campus is much quieter and the teachers really get to know you. There are so many great majors, and with the help of the great faculty, I am sure I will...” – Sarah from Reading, PA

Century College
White Bear Lake, MN

“…I would rate Century a solid 9 out of ten. The staff and volunteers have been very helpful in my return to school after many years of being in the workplace. I love my professors and the flexibility of class options.” – kristin from Forest Lake, MN

“…This school encourages you to pursue your career goals. The teachers are very helpful. The small environment encourages students to learn and get more face time with teachers.” – Jaslyn from Lubbock, TX

“…It's a very good school to go to. They have people here to help you when you need it. It's a very safe school. ” – Alessa from Urbana, IL

“…i rate this college very highly. instructors are nice and willing to work with you. and financial aid is easy to obtain” – Tina from Mariposa, CA

“…Nationally recognized for a reason. Almost every instructor I have had in my four years while attending have been passionate and genuinely interested in the success of their students at both an academic and personal level. The courses are challenging...” – Brandon from Forestville, CA

“…Joliet Junior College is the most affordable community/junior college in the state of Illinois. J.J.C. has an open-door policy for students who are looking to continue their education after interruptions in life or who are looking for a fresh start...” – Michael from Joliet, IL

“…Moorpark College is a great school with a great staff that is always willing to help. Although it is tough to get into classes you need when you are in a class the focus is on your success. I have enjoyed attending this school and believe that the...” – Alethea from Moorpark, CA

“…A school that has a strong Catholic foundation, promoting a great college experience, within the inviting city. The teachers are very helpful and experts in the area of teaching. The class sizes are small which allows for an easy learning environment...” – Eric from Channahon, IL

“…ATC really care about there students. The teachers will work one on one if you need it. This school will also work with your work schedule.” – LaTanya from Atlanta, GA

“…mcneese has great professors that get to know their students. mcneese has a fonominal greek life and on campus activities. mcneese is a smaller campus and it is easy to get to a student's class.” – Rebecca from Denham Springs, LA

“…Overall, Cabrillo is awesome! The professors are all incredibly helpful and knowledgable. As a Music Major, I find Cabrillo's music department far beyond the community college level! The whole campus has a great feel! ” – Ryan from Salinas, CA

“…ULM is a small tit-knit college where everyone is friendly. It is not to small, but it is small enough to feel like a home away from home. The education that you will receive here will be excellent and provided by caring teachers.” – Student from Natchitoches, LA

“…just be willing to work hard, and every teacher will be willing to help you succeed. if you are looking for blow-off classes, then you are going to dislike some of the best teachers. they give you your money's worth, and is the best community college...” – Petra from West, TX

“…A school where the faculty cares about the students. Class sizes are small and tuition is low. This school is a great value when compared to the larger state universities!” – Eddie from CO

“…Los Angeles City College is a place of learning because the teachers, staff, and curriculum make it worth your stay. It is a great place to start to get your self back into educating yourself and saving money. the education at Los Angeles City...” – Sonia from Los Angeles, CA

“…I think it is a good college with great professors & oppurtunities.Most of the staff are helpful & care about helping others.” – Jonatan from Dallas, TX

“…Cape Fear Community College is great to work with, provides excellent teachers, and has two great campuses. In the heart of Wilmington, Cape Fear Community College is surrounded by great places to relax and spend time.” – Stephen from Newport, NC

Canada College
Redwood City, CA

“…-A very competitive school. -it is within the 25 best colleges in CA. -The professors are excellent and dedicated.” – Brenda from Redwood City, CA

“…i think it is an excellent school. i can tell the professors really care about what they teach and are always there for students when they need help. i feel very comfortable in marian's environment. ” – Sara from Beaver Dam, WI

“…ccga is about putting students wildest dreams into action. they do this by assisting students to grow and mold their skills and abilities. the college is constantly growing and will continuously keep students as their number one. ” – Tiffany from Jesup, GA

“…I love foothill because the campus is beautiful and when you don't have time to workout climbing stairs and walking hills helps a lot. All my teachers have office hours to help me and my classmates are all friendly. I love the food here, it's just...” – Katie from Menlo Park, CA

“…Elgin has been a great college to start out at. Everyone is friendly and the cost is low for a good education. The parking is great and the buildings are easy to navigate around.” – Mikaela from Saint Charles, IL

Del Mar College
Corpus Christi, TX

“…del mar has great teachers who really care about education. the hometown atmosphere is amazing. this college is very affordable!” – Sara from Ingleside, TX

“…union county college is a very diverse campus. the classes are not too big, providing each and every student with a close relationship with their professor(s). i personnally found it the right for me, since i am able to focus more in a class that is...” – Margencie from Roselle, NJ

“…Bucks is a great college for students of all education levels. Bucks has flexible class times, and they also have a lot of choices. Staff are always available to assist with any questions. ” – Jason from Bensalem, PA

“…el paso community college is a great place to learn because the learning is more hands-on and personal. classes are usually available in different areas allowing less money on gas and more on educational materials. classes are also smaller allowing...” – Robin from El Paso, TX

“…As a high school Senior I have advanced my ranking with the help of Kilgore College dual credit courses from 17 to now ranked 4th in my graduating class, graduation May 25th. Kilgore College's help line and staff have been there to make any...” – Kadi from Gladewater, TX