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2 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES INFORMATION SESSION El Centro College The Center for Allied Health and Nursing Please turn on your speakers. In order to gain the most knowledge about our program, please download a Radiologic Sciences (“Radiography”) information packet from the following website and review it thoroughly before viewing this online information session. This online presentation is 40 minutes in length.

3 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Helpful hints regarding our online information session. You may exit this online information session by pressing the Escape key, however, you are required to view the entire information session from the beginning and in its entirety to receive credit for your “attendance.” As you view our information session, you will see links to various webpages which will be of interest to you. You may click on those links which will open another window and then simply close that window to return to the information session. The presentation will resume at the point where you left initially. You may view this online information session as many times as you desire. Let’s begin!

4 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Welcome … Thank you for your inquiry into the Radiologic Sciences Program here at El Centro College. I am Raquel Tapia, the program coordinator and I am delighted that you are interested in the Radiologic Sciences program. The program combines classroom with clinical experiences at major medical facilities throughout the DFW Metroplex, all which provide state-of-the-art imaging departments. Radiology offers exciting possibilities for those who truly desire a career in medical science and a unique position on the healthcare team. In our program, students have educational opportunities to train at quality clinical affiliates, to ensure proficient clinical skills are developed. Our program prides itself in a small student-to-teacher ratio with superior laboratory sessions to promote student success. As program coordinator, I welcome you to El Centro College. Raquel Tapia M.S., R.T., (R)(CT)(ARRT) Program Coordinator

5 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Imaging Sciences The El Centro College Radiologic Sciences program hosts the only chapter of this national honor society in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It’s objectives are to:  Foster academic scholarship at the highest academic levels  Promote research and investigation in the radiologic and imaging sciences  Recognize exemplary scholarship For more information on the Lambda Nu National Honor Society, see the following link:

6 RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCES What is Radiography? Radiography uses ionized radiation to produce x-rays or radiographs of the human body. Radiography is used for imaging skeletal structures and internal organs, occasionally using a contrast medium. The radiologic technologist or “radiographer” prepares and positions the patient for the exam, operates the radiographic equipment, and processes the digital images for review and consultation with physicians and other healthcare professionals. Shoulder Chest Skull

7 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Where are Radiographers employed? Radiographers are employed primarily in hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers. Employment opportunities may be full-time or part-time. Entry level salaries vary depending upon the facility and the individual’s experience. For salary ranges in the DFW area, see the link below for the Bureau of Labor Statistics: See these links for professional organizations and more information on the Radiography profession: https://www.asrt.orghttp://www.arrt.orghttps://www.asrt.org

8 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES A few facts about our “Radiography” program:  A class of approximately twenty-five (25) students is selected via a point ranking system. The program begins in the fall semester (late August) each year.  Seventy-two credit hour curriculum leading to an Associate Degree in Applied Sciences.  Graduates of this Associate Degree program are eligible to take the national registry examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) for the Registered Radiologic Technologist professional credential. The graduate is then eligible to be licensed as a Certified Medical Radiologic Technologist by the Texas Department of State Health Services.  The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. http://www.jcert.org

9 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES As a student in the Radiography program, what will I learn?  Radiographic Physics  Radiation Protection and Safety  Advanced Anatomy & Physiology  Radiographic Pathology  Imaging Evaluation  Patient Care Skills  Clinical Applications

10 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES When and where are the Radiography lecture classes and hospital clinical rotations? Program lecture and lab classes are daytime hours during the week. Clinical rotations begin at the end of the first year of the program and locations are assigned and vary among health care facilities in the DFW area. LECTURE CLASS (Paramount Bldg):  Lecture/Lab classes: 1-4 days per week HOSPITAL ROTATIONS:  Clinical – 3-4 days per week

11 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What is the cost of the Radiography program? The cost of the Radiography program is primarily based upon your residency status for tuition purposes. Please see the current tuition schedule in the El Centro College catalog at the following link: The estimated cost of the Radiography program below includes tuition for all prerequisite, support, and program courses, textbooks, uniforms, etc. Dallas County resident Out of County TX residentOut of State/Country resident $ 5,875.00 $ 7,906.00 $ 13,046.00 Please see the Radiography information packet for cost estimates itemized per semester for the program.

12 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES How do I get started?  Apply for college admission either online or in person at the El Centro College Registrar’s Office or at one of the Registrar/Admissions Offices at any Dallas County Community college.  Speak with an academic advisor in regard to any assessment testing needed for placement and registration into your basic courses such as English, algebra, anatomy, etc. or any developmental courses as needed to prepare you for college level coursework. First time college student?

13 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES  Request an Educational Plan from the Health Occupations Admissions Office to evaluate your previous coursework for possible transfer toward a health occupations program. Are you new to El Centro but have coursework from colleges (other than Dallas County Community colleges)?  Apply for college admission either online or in person at the El Centro College Registrar’s Office or at one of the Registrar/Admissions Offices at any Dallas County Community college.  Submit all official transcripts to the El Centro College Registrar/Admissions Office or at another Dallas County Community college.  Consult an academic advisor in regard to any assessment testing you may need for registration.

14 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES The Educational Plan Request form is found on the blue “Resources for Potential Applicants” link at: What is an Educational Plan? The educational plan is an unofficial degree plan listing the courses you have completed (including transferred courses) toward the program. Educational plans are not necessary if you have attended only Dallas County Community colleges. The educational plan is usually processed within 2-3 weeks of submission; however, during peak times the process may take up to one month to complete. We suggest that you request an educational plan at least one semester prior to an application deadline.

15 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Program Prerequisite Courses Before applying to the Radiography program, students must complete 4 prerequisite courses with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50: ENGL 1301 MATH 1314 or MATH 1414 SCIT 1407 or BIOL 2401 * HPRS 1204 ** * Science courses (SCIT 1407 /BIOL 2401) must be completed less than 5 years before the semester of anticipated program entry. BIOL 2401 has it’s own prerequisite which is BIOL 1406. ** HPRS 1204 must be completed less than 3 years before the semester of anticipated program entry.

16 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Program Support Courses Extra points are awarded in the ranking process for applicants who have completed the program support courses. Therefore, applicants are encouraged to complete as many of the program support courses as possible prior to the application filing deadline: SCIT 1408 or BIOL 2402 *HPRS 2231 PSYC 2301 or SOCI 1301HPRS 2300 + SPCH 1311 or 1321Humanities elective ++ HPRS 2210 ** * Science courses (SCIT 1408 / BIOL 2402) must be completed less than 5 years before the semester of anticipated program entry. ** HPRS 1204 is the prerequisite for HPRS 2210. + SCIT 1407 or BIOL 2401 is the prerequisite for HPRS 2300. ++ Select Humanities elective from the list of approved electives for a General Associate Degree. See the Radiography information packet for details.

17 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES HESI A 2 ASSESSMENT TEST Reading Comprehension Grammar Vocabulary/General Knowledge Math The HESI A 2 is a timed, computerized test which usually takes 3-4 hours to complete. In order to apply to the program, applicants must score 70% or higher on each of the required sections of the test: The Personality Profile and Learning Styles sections of the HESI A 2 are also required but are not scored. Applicants should take the HESI A 2 after completing the Radiography prerequisite courses.

18 RADIOGRAPHY SCIENCES  HESI A 2 scores are valid for two (2) years from testing date to the date of anticipated program entry.  The HESI A 2 can be taken at any testing site. Applicants are responsible for securing their own testing appointment and should schedule their test several weeks prior to the application deadline.  There is no limit on the number of testing attempts for the HESI A 2. However, ALL FOUR REQUIRED SECTIONS of the test must be taken in each testing attempt and the score sheet submitted with your application must indicate a minimum score of 70 on each section to be valid. (The Personality Profile and Learning Styles sections may be submitted from any previous testing attempt.)  A HESI A 2 Study Guide is available at most bookstores. A HESI A 2 Prep course is also offered by the El Centro College Continuing Education Division. Contact them at 214-860-2147 for more information.

19 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES How do I sign up for my HESI A 2 test?  Registration and payment for the HESI A 2 varies among testing sites.  IMPORTANT NOTE: Testing sites other than the Paramount and Northlake College may not offer all the sections of the HESI A 2 that are required by our programs. Before you register and pay for the test, be sure the HESI A 2 at other testing sites has all the sections you need for program application!  Detailed instructions are found at the above link to assist you in checking the calendar for testing dates, logging on to the Evolve website to set up your testing account, registering for a testing date, and paying for the HESI A 2, all online.  To register to take the HESI A 2 at the Paramount Computer Lab, see the blue “HESI A 2 ” link at The cost of the HESI A 2 at the Paramount Computer Lab is approximately $

20 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What else will I need before I apply to the program? PHYSICAL EXAM All applicants must obtain a basic physical exam dated no more than one year before the program application deadline. The physical exam can be performed by their personal physician or at an immediate care clinic. The physical exam form is available for download and print at the blue “Resources for Potential Applicants” link on the following website:

21 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What about immunizations? Applicants are required to present documentation of a current tuberculosis screening with their application materials. A chest x-ray exam is required if:  The TB screen shows a positive result  The applicant has had a history of positive TB screens  The applicant has received the BCG inoculation The date of the tuberculosis screening (“PPD” skin test) must be less than one year before the anticipated program entry date.

22 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES In addition, the following immunizations are also required:  One dose of Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (“Tdap”) within the last 10 years (NOTE: A T/d booster without Pertussis is NOT accepted.)  Two doses of varicella (chickenpox) at least one month apart (NOTE: A statement of “disease history” of chickenpox is NOT accepted.)  Three doses of Hepatitis B on this recommended schedule: 1 st Dose 2 nd Dose one month after the 1 st dose 3 rd Dose five months after the 2 nd dose  Two doses of measles (rubeola) and one dose each of mumps and rubella (Two doses of the “MMR” measles/mumps/rubella combination received at least one month apart will also meet this requirement.) Detailed guidelines for immunization requirements and the Physical Exam form found on the blue “Resources for Potential Applicants” link at:

23 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES If your doctor is administering these immunizations, the date of the injection and the doctor’s signature must be indicated on that specific line on the immunization section of the physical exam form. IMPORTANT NOTE: A statement of immune by history of disease, dates of illness such as measles, chickenpox, mumps, etc., or a general statement of “immune” is not acceptable documentation for the immunizations required for application to the program.

24 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES You may have separate records for some of your immunizations on a printout from a clinic or a card with childhood immunizations. You may submit a photocopy of that documentation attached with your physical exam form. These documents do not necessarily need a signature. See examples below.

25 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What if I can’t find any of my immunization records?  We can accept documentation of a blood tests known as a “titers” in lieu of these immunizations: measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis B. Titer results are not accepted for Tdap.  IMPORTANT! If a titer result does not indicate immunity, you must complete that specific immunization as required before submitting your application packet. Therefore, titers should be ordered at least six weeks prior to an application filing deadline. This would allow you to receive two injections at least one month apart for MMR’s, or varicella’s, or the first two Hepatitis B injections prior to the application deadline.  Titer documentation must show positive immunity and/or numeric lab values.

26 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Examples of titer reports indicating positive immunity/lab values are:

27 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What CPR training do I need? CPR CERTIFICATION AT THE “HEALTHCARE PROVIDER” level (sometimes known as BLS-Healthcare Provider) is also required for our programs. This training includes a hands-on check off procedure for one-man and two-man CPR for adults, children, and infants in addition to choking and the AED (portable defibrillator). This training also includes a written test, either online or with the hands-on check off. CPR classes are available through the El Centro College Continuing Education Division. NOTE: Online CPR training is not accepted for health occupations programs. A photocopy of your current CPR card must be submitted with your application materials and must not expire before the first day of program classes.

28 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What do I submit as my application packet? Compile these materials for your envelope:  The completed Radiography Application and signed Statement of Students’ Responsibility form  HESI A 2 score sheet with Personality Profile and Learning Styles  The completed physical exam form and immunization documentation  Photocopy of your Healthcare Provider level CPR card  Documentation of current health care experience (if applicable) A Checklist to help you gather your materials in found in the information packet.

29 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES I have experience in healthcare. Is that considered? Applicants who have current experience in a health care area may be awarded additional points toward the ranking process. This may include but not limited to certified nurse aides, phlebotomists, nurses, patient care technicians, paramedics, or other licensed or certified health care professionals. To have that experience considered, the following documentation is needed:  A photocopy of a certificate of completion or other documentation of training  A letter on original official hospital/facility letterhead signed by your current supervisor indicating employment dates and specific details of your role and duties dealing with direct patient care at that facility. NOTE: Experience is not reviewed or confirmed prior to program application and the decision to award points for experience rests solely with the Radiography Program Coordinator.

30 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Remember …… All official transcripts from colleges other than El Centro College and Dallas County Community colleges must be on file at the Registrar’s Office before you submit your application materials!

31 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES When do I submit my application packet? The official application filing period for each Fall Radiography class is: January 1 – May 31 Application is not on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are completing your prerequisite and support courses during a spring semester, submit your application packet after spring grades are posted. Late application filing (if necessary): June 1 – July 15 Late applications must be submitted in person no later than 5:00 p.m. on July 15 th. It should not be assumed that late applications will be considered for each Radiography class.

32 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Where do I submit my application packet? You may submit your application packet in person or by mail: In person:By mail: Radiography Admissions Radiography Admissions Health Occupations AdmissionsHealth Occupations Admissions Paramount Building, Room P-101El Centro College/Paramount 301 North Market Street801 Main Street Dallas, TXDallas, TX 75202-3604 BE SURE YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE COMPLETE AND RECEIVED IN HEALTH OCCUPATIONS ADMISSIONS IN PERSON OR POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN MAY 31 st FOR APPLICATION TO THE FOLLOWING FALL SEMESTER. INCOMPLETE APPLICATION MATERIALS WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.

33 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES How are points awarded for ranking applicants? Max Pts. HESI A 2 Scores (minimum score of 70 or higher on each of the four sections) 1 GPA on the four prerequisite courses 2.50 – 2.99 = 2 points 6 ENGL 1301, SCIT 1407/BIOL 2401, 3.00 – 3.99 = 4 points MA TH 1314/1414, and HPRS 1204 4.00 = 6 points GPA on support courses 2.00 – 2.99 = 2 points 6 3.00 – 3.99 = 4 points 4.00 = 6 points Current Health Care Experience Less than 1 year of experience = 1 point 2 One or more years of experience = 2 points _____ MAXIMUM TOTAL POINTS 18.50 Number of support courses completed with 0.5 points per course 3.5 a grade of “C” or higher The cumulative scores on all four sections of the HESI A2 is used to break a tie between applicants with the same point total.

34 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES How are students notified of acceptance? All applicants to the Fall 2013 Radiography program receive a notification letter postmarked by July 1, 2013 informing them of their status. Students who receive an acceptance to the program must return a confirmation form to the Health Occupations Admissions Office by a specified date to confirm their space in the class. If late applications are considered, students who apply during the late application filing period, if selected, are notified via email on July 30 th. Applicants who are not offered acceptance to the program may re-apply for the next year. There is no waiting list for our health occupations programs.

35 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES New Radiography Student Registration/Orientation Prior to the start date of the Radiography classes in August, newly accepted students to the program will meet for an orientation with the Program Coordinator at the Paramount Building. Health Occupations Admissions personnel will register the students for their Radiography courses during the orientation. Health Occupations Admissions personnel will also formally assign the students to their Radiography degree plans.

36 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES What will a sample class schedule look like? Semester I - Fall Lecture/Lab MWR8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Semester II - Spring Lecture/LabMTW8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Semester III - Summer Hospital ClinicalMTWR8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Semester IV – Fall Lecture/LabTR8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Hospital ClinicalMWF8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Semester V – Spring Lecture/LabTR8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Hospital ClinicalMWF8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Semester VI – Summer Hospital ClinicalMTWR8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

37 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES At what hospitals would I do my clinical rotations? Clinical rotations will vary among selected Metroplex area clinical affiliates. Students are assigned to their specific clinical rotations and wear their official program scrub uniforms only during their clinical rotations. You can expect to be at three different clinical sites during the program. It is important to have reliable transportation to your clinical site as not all clinical sites are on the DART system.

38 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Criminal Background Checks / Drug Screen After acceptance to the program and before their first clinical rotation, students will undergo a criminal background check and drug screen as required by our hospital affiliates for all health occupations programs. Students will be responsible for this charge (approximately $86.00). All results of these screenings will become the property of the Health and Legal Studies Division and will not be released to the student or another third party. More information on the background check/drug screen requirement is available at the blue “Resources for Potential Students” link on our website at

39 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Criminal Background Checks / Drug Screen IMPORTANT NOTE Students with a previous felony or misdemeanor are not prohibited from applying to a health occupations program. However, the result of the background check and drug screen after acceptance may prevent the student from attending a clinical rotation at our hospital sites, resulting in the student being dismissed from the program. Therefore, potential applicants should contact the ARRT prior to applying to the program to determine their eligibility to take the ARRT registry exam. More information is found at the following link on the ARRT website:

40 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES A Few Frequently Asked Questions…. I have a full-time job. Can I work while I’m in the Radiography program? The Radiography prerequisite and support classes are offered day, evening, weekend and some online schedules; therefore, a potential applicant has the flexibility to work before they apply to the Radiography program. After acceptance and starting the Radiography courses themselves, many students do work. During the first two semesters of the program, a student may have radiography classes only 2-4 days per week if all their support courses are completed. During the second year of the program, classes and clinical rotations are five days per week; therefore, students may only be able to work part-time on the weekends. The Radiography program courses are usually scheduled during daytime hours, Monday-Friday. Students in the Radiography program are not paid while doing their clinical rotations.

41 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) I am going to apply for financial aid. May I use it for the Radiography program? Yes! To apply for financial aid, please see the guidelines on the El Centro website at: Students should apply for financial aid well in advance of program application. See the Health & Legal Studies Division Office in Room P- 712 at the Paramount Building for available scholarship information.

42 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) Are there advancement opportunities after graduating from the El Centro College Radiography program? Yes! Bachelor Degrees in Radiologic Sciences are available at many universities. An articulation agreement between the Radiography program at El Centro College and Midwestern State University for the BSRS degree is available for graduates to pursue their bachelor degree via online courses. For more information see the Midwestern State University website at the following link: There are also advanced training and credentials in various specialty areas for Registered Radiologic Technologists which require additional education. These specialty areas include computerized tomography (CT), mammography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, sonography, magnetic resonance imaging, and education.

43 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) I earned a “C” in my English course several years ago. I would like to repeat it to earn a higher grade. Which grade will be used for my grade point average and will repeating the course count against my application? You may certainly repeat a course; the last grade earned will be the grade of record. (“W’s” or withdrawals from the course do not count in grade point average calculation.) Please note, however, that if you earn a grade of “D” or “F” in your second attempt in the course, THAT will be the grade of record and we will not honor the “C” you earned in your first attempt. Repeating a course to earn a higher grade does not count against your application as long as you complete the course with a “C” or higher on your last attempt.

44 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) How do I calculate my grade point average (GPA)? A grade point average is calculated by dividing the number of total grade points earned in a group of courses by the total number of credit hours those courses are worth. For example, a letter grade earns so many grade points per credit hour for that course: A = 4 grade points X the number of credit hours for the course B = 3 grade points X the number of credit hours for the course C = 2 grade points X the number of credit hours for the course

45 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) Add the grade points: 12 + 9 + 8 = 29 grade points Add the number of credit hours: 3 + 3 + 4 = 10 credit hours ENGL 1301 – AA = 4 grade points X 3 credit hours for the course = 12 grade points MATH 1314 – BB = 3 grade points X 3 credit hours for the course = 9 grade points SCIT 1407 – CC = 2 grade points X 4 credit hours for the course = 8 grade points Here’s a sample of courses, grades earned, and the grade points for each:

46 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) Where do I park at El Centro and the Paramount Building? Although El Centro College does not have reserved parking for students, staff, or visitors, parking is available at meters and various lots adjacent to the Paramount Building. The average cost of parking per day is $4 - $6. We are conveniently located near the West End DART Rail Station and the West Bus Transfer Center. Students who are enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours in Fall or Spring semesters, or 3 credit hours in Summer are eligible for a FREE DART PASS for that semester! The pass is valid on DART trains and buses. See the guidelines on the El Centro College website at passes. passes DART schedules and route maps can be found at

47 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) I don’t have a Social Security Number. Can I still apply to the Radiography program? A Social Security Number (SSN) is not required to apply to the Radiography program. However, many of our hospitals and clinical affiliates require students to have an SSN in order to perform their clinical assignments at that facility. Therefore, clinical opportunities may be limited for students without an SSN. Although an SSN is not required to take the registry exam from ARRT, the application for licensure in the state of Texas through the Texas Department of State Health Services does requires an SSN. Therefore, students who are accepted to the Radiography program are strongly encouraged to contact the El Centro College International Center for information on obtaining an SSN well in advance of graduation from the program. IMPORTANT NOTE: Should a clinical opportunity not be available for a student who has no SSN, the student may not be eligible to continue in the Radiography program.

48 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) Do I need healthcare insurance while I am in the Radiography program? Proof of coverage is not required to apply to the Radiography program. However, if you are currently covered by a personal health care insurance policy, we encourage you to include a photocopy of that documentation with your application materials. If you are accepted to the Radiography program and did not include your insurance documentation with your application materials, you must submit proof of personal health insurance coverage prior to registration for your clinical rotations in the summer semester between your first and second years of the program. Please note that personal healthcare insurance is not the same as the fee for student liability insurance coverage which is paid in conjunction with your tuition.

49 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES For additional assistance…. … and one-on-one advisement for El Centro College’s health occupations programs, you may wish to make an appointment with one or our academic advisors, Mr. Tolentino and Mr. Peschka. Their email addresses and telephone numbers are found in the back of the General Information section of the Radiography information packet. You may be interested in health care and would like more information on the different health care career opportunities. We suggest that you visit the Health Careers Resource Center. Their counselors will provide you with information on the variety of health care programs at El Centro College and other colleges in our area. The Health Careers Resource Center is located on the 7 th floor of R Building. Telephone: 214-860-2283 Email: Website:

50 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Q & A Session However, if you still need additional clarification about what we have already covered in this presentation, we will hold general Q & A sessions at the Paramount Building which will be open only to individuals who have previously viewed our online information sessions. We trust that this online session has answered most of your basic questions about our Radiography program and application requirements. For Q & A session dates and times, please email us at and type Q&A (no spaces) in the subject line of your IMPORTANT NOTE: The Q & A sessions are not intended to replace the online information sessions.

51 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES THANK YOU for viewing our online information session! We hope that it has been an enlightening and pleasant experience for you. You will now be asked to record your “attendance” by completing a brief questionnaire as verification. Once you have completed the questionnaire, you may expect to receive the Radiography Application and Students’ Statement of Responsibility Forms via email in 1-2 business days.

52 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES Educational opportunities are offered by El Centro College without regard to race, color, age, National origin, religion, sex, disability, or sexual orientation. Copyright 2013 Health Occupations Admissions Office El Centro College “Imagine possibilities…..” The Health Occupations Admissions Office The Center for Allied Health and Nursing El Centro College 4tvyhzGdNA/viewform Please click on the link below to access, complete, and submit the questionnaire. You may then return to this slide and press the Escape key to exit the online information session.

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