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The CCC Radiology program is accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Current accreditation is from 2017-2022. The JRCERT website can be found at the following link:

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The Mission of the Radiology Technology program is to prepare competent Radiologic Technologists who will assist the radiologist in providing a high level of radiologic technology expertise to patients in hospitals, clinics, extended care facilities, nursing homes, and other organized health care settings. The program provides education and training to diverse cultural groups which leads to employment, job advancement, or transfer to upper-level educational institutions, according to the statutory mandate and mission of the Board of Trustees of Community-Technical Colleges.


Goal 1. Students will be clinically competent.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate proper positioning skills.
  • Student will demonstrate selection of appropriate technical factors.
  • Students will demonstrate proper radiation protection.

Goal 2. Students will communicate effectively.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills with patients and clinical staff.
  • Students will demonstrate proper written communication skills.

Goal 3. Students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate proper critical thinking skills to problem solve patient care situations.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to adapt positioning for trauma patients.

Goal 4. Students will demonstrate the importance of professional growth and development.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate the importance of continued professional development.
  • Students will demonstrate the importance of professional and ethical practice.

Goal 5. The program will graduate entry-level technologists.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will pass the ARRT national certification on the first attempt. Of those pursuing employment, 75 percent of students will be gainfully employed within six months after graduation.
  • Students will complete the program within 30 months.
  • Students will be competent entry-level professionals.
  • Employers will be satisfied with the graduate’s performance.

April 28, 2021


The Radiologic Technology Associate Degree Program addresses the competencies specified by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and prepares students for employment. Through knowledge gained from the Radiology Technology curriculum and from the liberal arts and sciences, students develop problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills and acquire the educational background to practice as competent radiologic technologists.

The Radiologic Technology Associate Degree Program is designed for students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to perform radiologic studies. Graduates will be eligible to take the A.R.R.T. national certifying examination. Radiologic technology courses must be taken in sequence. The program was last accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) in 2017. The program will undergo accreditation review again in 2022.​

Students requesting that CCC accept credits from other colleges for the courses marked with an asterisk (*) are advised that a time limitation may apply.

The College reserves the right to request withdrawal of any student who fails to achieve the objectives of the curriculum or the requirements of the program. Students must achieve a minimum grade of C in all courses in order to progress from semester to semester and to complete the program.

The Radiologic Technology Program offers a limited number of evening clinical opportunities for students who are unable to attend the full-time day requirements of the two-year program. The limited evening clinical students will be provided an equitable clinical education and will be required to attend all regularly scheduled Radiologic Technology classes during the day time hours. The evening clinical cohort of students will be required to attend day clinical shifts during the winter breaks and during the summer sessions. Regularly admitted day clinical students will be required to perform a limited number of evening clinical rotations. Hospital clinical sites and/or clinical hours cannot be guaranteed upon admission to the program.

Please see Becoming Connecticut State Community College for important information regarding this program and Fall 2023 opening of Connecticut State Community College.


(Student Handbook Page 38)

BIO* 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO* 212 Anatomy and Physiology II 4
MAT* 137 Intermediate Algebra 3
ENG* 101 Composition 3
RAD* 101 Radiography Seminar I 6
RAD* 190 Radiography Clinical I 2
ENG* 102 Literature and Composition 3
RAD* 102 Radiography Seminar II 4
RAD* 222 Radiobiology & Protection 3
RAD* 191 Radiography Clinical II 2
SUMMER SEMESTER – 12 WEEKS (Two, six week sessions
Humanities Elective1 3
RAD* 103 Radiography Seminar III (Session One) 3
RAD* 192 Radiography Clinical III (Session Two) 3
Social Science Elective2 3
RAD* 201 Radiography Seminar IV 3
RAD* 288 Radiography Clinical IV 3
Humanities Elective 1 3
CSA 105 Introduction to Software Applications 3
RAD* 202 Radiography Seminar V 4
RAD* 289 Radiography Clinical V 3
PSY* 111 General Psychology I 3


+ Admission to the Radiologic Program required

* Prerequisite Required. Please refer to Catalog

1 A Humanities elective is any course in Art, Music, Philosophy, Modern Language, or any 200-level course in Literature, Humanities or English which is defined as a literature course in the Catalog description

2 A Social Science elective is any course in Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, History or Sociology

It is the responsibility of the student to know and meet all requirements for graduation. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all transfer courses from other institutions are properly transferred. A graduation audit will be performed in the last semester. All transfer courses and program requirements must be completed prior to program completion.

(Student Handbook Pages Page 29, Page 30, Page 67, Page 68)


  1. Faculty reserves the right to have the student withdraw from the Radiologic Technology Program after the first semester, and concurrent semesters, if the student has not achieved a minimum 75% academic average in RAD courses and individual modules within the RAD courses, i.e., RAD 101.02-Medical Terminology.
  2. Faculty reserves the right to have the student withdraw from the Radiologic Technology program any time after the first semester and concurrent semesters, if the student does not achieve a 90% clinical grade average.
I. Theoretical/Didactic Grading
  1. Final grades will be available to students by way of their BANNER/MYCOMMNET accounts. The following scale is used to evaluate the theoretical achievement in Radiologic Technology courses.
Letter Grade Range
A 95-100
B+ 85-89
B 80-84
C 75-79
D 70-74 Unsatisfactory
F -69 Unsatisfactory

II. Clinical Grading

  1. Clinical competencies – 40%
  2. Professional Development Evaluations – 40%
  3. Technologist Evaluation – 10%
  4. Submission of attendance sheets – 10%

A minimum of 4 satisfactory clinical competencies must be completed by the end of the first semester. Included in these four must be the chest and abdomen competencies. The remaining two can be of any anatomic region covered in the Positioning I course.

Subsequent semester minimum clinical competency requirements are as follows:

Clinical I 4
Clinical II 8
Clinical III 12
Clinical IV 13
Clinical V
Total Required 52

A student may only perform a clinical competency in an area where they have successfully completed the didactic exam with a 75% or better. If a student receives less than a 75% on a “positioning exam,” the unsatisfactory grade received will be used as the grade for the final grade. However, the student must re-take the exam and receive a grade of 75% or better. The “re-take” exam grade will not be utilized in averaging the final grade.

If a student does not complete the minimum required number of satisfactory clinical competencies, the average of the satisfactory number completed will be divided by the total required.

A total clinical grade of 90% is required each semester to continue in the program.

If a student satisfactorily completes more than the minimum required clinical competencies in the semester, the extra competencies will be included for the next/following semester.

  1. The passing grade for competencies is 90%. If a grade lower than this is received, the competency must be repeated. If a student does not satisfactorily pass a clinical comp (less than 90%), the student must inform the clinical instructor and work with the clinical instructor to ensure clinical competence. The student must then pass the next competency in that same positioning exam. The satisfactory and the unsatisfactory will be counted toward the final grade. Clinical instructors may “re-comp” a student if the instructor believes the student is not maintaining proper clinical performance. Should a student not satisfactorily pass the re-comp, then the original comp will be deleted, and the student will be required to perform another satisfactory comp on that exam.
  2. The clinical instructors will evaluate each student using the Professional Development Evaluation at the end of the semester. This form is a measure of the student’s quantity of work, quality of work, interpersonal skills, professionalism, etc.
  3. If a student is not satisfactory in clinical a “Clinical Performance Improvement Plan” (CPIP) will be completed. This form will identify areas that the student needs to improve with a timeline and required performance improvements. If the CPIP requirements are not met, the student will receive a “Notification of Clinical Warning.” This will be the final opportunity for improvement. A CPIP warning in any semester will reduce the overall clinical grade by 5 points for that semester. A Notification of Clinical Warning in any semester will reduce the overall clinical grade by 10 points for that semester.

(Student Handbook pages 33 and page 34)

When a student has a concern, academic or clinical, the proper channels of communication are as follows:

  1. Discuss the problem with the radiology instructor /technologist within three days and complete a “Student Concern Form” provided in the Radiology Student Handbook. The concern will be addressed by the coordinator and the student will receive a written response within 10 calendar days regarding the outcome or the investigation of the concern.
  2. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved with the coordinator, the student may refer the matter to the Academic Dean by filing a written appeal. The appeal must be filed with the Academic Dean (hereafter referred to as the Dean) within thirty calendar days of the student’s awareness of the decision which is being appealed. Upon receipt of such appeal, the Dean shall meet with the instructor, if he or she is available, to determine that Step 1 has taken place or is not possible and to receive relevant information from the instructor responsible for the decision. The Dean may then refer the matter to the academic supervisor/Department Chair/Division Director for informal consideration prior to Step 3 below.
  3. The Dean or other designated official(s) shall afford a review as provided below. The President may designate an official or an academic appeals committee to provide review at this step in lieu of the review by the Academic Dean. The student shall be afforded the right to present a statement of appeal and relevant information in support of it. It is the student’s responsibility to show that the decision in question is arbitrary, i.e., without a reasonable basis, or was made for improper reasons in violation of Section 1 of this policy. The student is entitled to a written response within thirty days of the completion of his or her presentation. A decision to change the grade or modify decision which has been appealed is advisory to and subject to the approval of the President.
  4. The foregoing decision may be appealed to the President by filing a statement of appeal within 10 calendar days of the date of the decision. Review by the President shall be on the basis of the written record unless he or she decides that fairness requires broader review. The decision of the President shall be final.
  5. The time frames provided herein may be modified by the President for good cause shown.

Primary Clinical Sites

  • St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford CT
  • Manchester Memorial Hospital, Manchester CT, Eastern CT Health Network (ECHN)
  • Rockville General Hospital, Rockville CT (ECHN)

Secondary Sites (Rotational Only)

  • Jefferson Radiology centers in Avon CT, Wethersfield CT and West Hartford CT
  • Evergreen Radiology, South Windsor CT (ECHN)

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The College is pleased to offer a prior learning assessment (PLA) for radiologic technologists who trained in a two-year hospital-program. After being admitted into the CCC program, the student will be required to complete the ten general education courses required for the Associate in Science Degree (Composition, Composition and Literature, Intermediate Algebra, etc.). Transferable courses from other colleges are accepted upon approval of the Director of Enrollment Services.

The Director of Admissions reviews all transcripts from other institutions for transfer credit into the Radiology program


(Student Handbook pages 11-17, 19-24 and 67-72)

For information, contact the Program Coordinator, at 860-906-5155

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