ELIGIBILITY FOR CERTIFICATION
ARRT Examinations are administered at various cities across the nation through a computer based system. The program director will distribute ARRT testing information to all students meeting graduation requirements from the Radiologic Science Program.
ARRT Rules and Regulations require that candidates must be morally sound and have successfully completed a program of formal education which has been approved by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology or Regional Accreditation. Additional information may be obtained on the ARRT web site: http://www.arrt.org/
Under the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, (Buckley Admendment ) students have the right to inspect and review any and all records. The program will not permit access to or the release of education records without the student's signature to the University's Privacy Release Form. All student records are kept secure & confidential in the program office. During semesters, clinical records are kept secure at each site. Additional information is available in the University's policy on Confidentiality and Security of Student Records.
Information relating to student disciplinary actions and conferences are considered confidential and are not to be discussed outside the program. Students that discuss program issues with clinical department staff other than clinical instructors, are subject to disciplinary action to include demerits and possible suspension.
JRCERT COMPLAINT RESOLUTION POLICY
Any student with a complaint related to the accreditation standards has the right to contact the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). ( http://www.jrcert.org/)
RADIATION SAFETY POLICY
All students must practice acceptable radiation safety techniques of ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable). A maximum radiation exposure of .5 rem /yr is allowed. Excessive radiation exposure will be discussed with the radiation safety officer (Program Director).