School of Radiologic Technology FAQs

Does the program maintain a waiting list?

No, the program does not maintain a waiting list. Applicants must submit an application each year to be considered for the program.

 

 

Do you provide financial aid or participate with FAFSA?

We do not provide financial aid however, we do participate with FAFSA.

 

 

How long is your program?

The program consists of 6 semesters with multiple break weeks totaling 24 months.

 

 

What are the hours each day and how many days a week do I have to attend?

The majority of the hours are daylight Monday through Friday. Required clinical assignments for students are not more than 10 hours per day and the total didactic and clinical involvement to be not more than 40 hours per week. Students will be required to rotate through weekend and non-daylight rotations.

 

 

When I graduate from your program, will I be guaranteed a position within the
Washington Health System?

If positions are available, the students may be offered a position within our health system however, there are no guaranteed positions.

 

 

If I have a previous degree, do I have to attend California University along with WHS School of Radiologic Technology?

No, the requirement to be able to sit for the national boards is for each individual to have at least an associate’s degree. The prospective student must also meet the following:

  • Anatomy and Physiology 100 level or higher (minimum of 6 college credits, minimum of “C” or better) as per pre-requisite requirements within the curriculum schedule
  • Physics 100 level or higher (3 credits, minimum of “C” or better) as per pre-requisite requirements within the curriculum schedule