School of Diagnostic Imaging
St. Cloud Hospital’s School of Diagnostic Imaging provides the education needed to become a radiologic technologist (radiographer) for students enrolled in a bachelor's degree program.
The program provides:
- Optimal clinical experience in a variety of settings
- Excellent correlation of didactic and clinical instruction
- The latest equipment available for clinical experiences
The Radiologic Technology Program is offered as a full-time day option only for students completing a baccalaureate degree from affiliated universities.
St. Cloud Hospital School of Diagnostic Imaging is affiliated with North Dakota State University, St. Cloud State University, University of Mary and Jamestown College.
The Student Handbook contains all the current policies and procedures, in addition to a two-year academic calendar.
The faculty is highly qualified, committed to educating future professionals, and concerned about each student’s professional and personal growth.
The field of radiologic technology offers a challenging and rewarding career opportunity where excellence produces dynamic results.
The students will spend about 40 hours each week in the hospital environment. Part of this time will be spent in the didactic and laboratory setting and part will be in the clinical environment. All students are full time. Clinical assignments are scheduled between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. and include weekend schedules. Approximately 10% of the student’s total clinical clock hours are spent in evening and weekend assignments.
The School of Diagnostic Imaging is administered through St. Cloud Hospital's Imaging Department and has the reputation for offering students the following benefits:
- Challenging courses
- JRCERT accredited program
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
- Excellent classroom and state-of-the-art clinical facilities
- Internship site for various colleges in completion of a baccalaureate degree in Radiologic Sciences
- Clinical experience in a variety of settings
- Small class size