If it has been more than 1 year since you've taken classes at Aims you will need to reapply to the college either online, or in person at Admissions and Records.
No, previous experience is not required to apply, however it is suggested that you have previous patient care experience.
A critical thinking assignment, GPA in general education coursework and whether you have an Allied Health degree or certificate with at least 8 hours of clinical experience.
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1st time test takers have never scored below the national average and consistently rank well above.
Anyone who has completed the required pre-admission requirements may apply. Please see the Admissions Process for more information.
RTE 101 is offered only in the spring and is by invitation only. Students must pass RTE 101 in order to be eligible for acceptance into the Radiography Program. If granted acceptance, students will start the Radiography program in the fall of the same year they take RTE 101 or the subsequent year.
No. Students are required to take RTE 101 at Aims Community College.
Currently, RTE students do clinical rotations at Northern Colorado Medical Center, The Greeley Medical Clinic and Summitview Medical Commons in Greeley, Poudre Valley Hospital, Harmony Imaging Clinic and Banner Fort Collins Medical Center in Fort Collins, McKee Medical Center, Skyline Orthopedics, and Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Longmont United Hospital and Longmont Clinic in Longmont and Kaiser Rock Creek in Lafayette.
No. Once a student is granted acceptance into the Radiography Program and begins taking classes, they are required to be full time.
Erin Miyoshi, Program Coordinator; (970) 339-6500; firstname.lastname@example.org