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Affiliated Clinical Sites

Application to Affiliated Hospital Sites - Radiologic Technology Concentration

In addition to completing all science and general education requirements of the medical imaging sciences program, students pursuing the radiologic technology concentration must also complete a two-year program in radiologic technology at a clinical site with which Clarion University affiliates.  Application to clinical sites typically occurs in the second semester of the sophomore year.

Students who have completed all 60 credits of science and general education course work required of the medical imaging sciences program are recommended as candidates for admission to affiliated clinical sites. Students who have earned at least 54 of the required 60 science and general education credits of the degree are given conditional recommendation for admission to affiliated clinical sites.

Admission to a clinical site is at the discretion of the admissions committee of the clinical site and is competitive.  Admission to the medical imaging sciences program at Clarion University does not guarantee admission to a clinical site.

Affiliated Hospital Sites - Radiologic Technology Concentration

Clarion University has formal affiliations agreements with the following hospital-based radiologic technology programs*:

ACMH School of Radiologic Technology
Kittanning, Pennsylvania

Bradford Regional Medical Center's School of Radiography
Bradford, Pennsylvania

CarePoint Health (Christ Hospital)
Jersey City, New Jersey

Jameson Health System School of Radiography
New Castle, Pennsylvania

Sharon Regional School of Radiography
Sharon, Pennsylvania

UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program
Seneca, Pennsylvania 

AnMed Health School of Radiologic Technology
Anderson, South Carolina

*Affiliated clinical sites are subject to change.


Application to Affiliated Clinical Site - Ultrasound Concentration

In addition to completing all science and general education requirements of the medical imaging sciences program, students pursuing the ultrasound concentration must also complete the sonography program at Great Lakes Institute of Technology.  Application to Great Lakes typically occurs in the second semester of the sophomore year.

Students who have completed all 60 credits of science and general education course work required of the medical imaging sciences program are recommended as candidates for admission to Great Lakes. Students who have earned at least 54 of the required 60 science and general education credits of the degree are given conditional recommendation for admission to Great Lakes.

Admission to Great Lakes Institute of Technology is at the discretion of the admissions committee of Great Lakes Institute of Technology.  Admission to the medical imaging sciences program at Clarion University does not guarantee admission to Great Lakes Institute of Technology.