We recommend that you meet with an Academic Advisor first to file a Radiologic Technology Program Degree plan. It is required that you review the College's course catalog for the Programs of Study and the Radiologic Technology Program Course Descriptions. This will give you more information on the Radiologic Technology Program Application process and inform you of what the requirements are.
Please familiarize yourself with CCC's degree plan for the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology.
For additional information, please refer to the most recent Course Catalog.
NOTE: The policies and regulations contained in this catalog apply to all applicants, including those who have filed and are following degree plan requirements of an earlier catalog. If you have any questions regarding the degree plan or don’t live in the Clovis vicinity to visit us, contact the Academic Advising, located in the Dr. H. A. Miller Student Services Center or call (575)769-4020.
All applicants must complete a CCC Radiologic Technology Program Application and the Admission Application. The forms should be completed, with care, as this application represents you to the Radiologic Technology Program Selection Committee. Prior applications will not be included in your current file.
In order for your Radiologic Technology Program Application to be considered, you must have the Radiologic Technology Program Application completed in its entirety turned in to the Office of Admissions and Records by July 1 to be considered for admission to the Radiologic Technology Program for Fall.
Have your school/college to forward your Official Transcript to:
Clovis Community College
c/o Office of Admissions & Records
417 Schepps Boulevard
Clovis, New Mexico 88101
Grade Point Average – You must meet the minimum cumulative grade point average of (GPA) of 3.0 to qualify for acceptance.
Admission to the Radiologic Technology program will occur on a competition basis. Meeting minimum GPA requirements does not guarantee program acceptance.
Prerequisites – You must have successfully completed all General Education and Related Requirements as listed on the Radiologic Technology Degree Plan prior to admission to the Radiologic Technology Program. Applicants who are enrolled in the last of these requirements at the time of their application may be considered. All science course requirements must have been completed within five years of entry into the Radiologic Technology program.
Radiologic Technology Program Application files, which do not contain all of the requirements listed above by the July 1 deadline, are considered as “incomplete”. The incomplete applications will not be reviewed for acceptance by the Radiologic Technology Program Director until all missing and updated information has been received within the above mentioned deadline date. Once the Radiologic Technology Program Application is completed with all requirements met, it will then be forwarded to the Radiologic Technology Program Director if it’s within the semester the application was submitted.
Students should also familiarize themselves with the program's immunization requirements (PDF).
To participate in the clinical education portion of the program, the applicants must possess additional non-academic skills and abilities. These technical standards are consistent with the duties of the entry level radiographer in a professional position. Students will be required to: