Program Highlights

Radiography Student

The Ascension St. Vincent Radiography Program is a 22 month, full-time program. Individuals interested in the program must submit an application to be considered for acceptance into the program. Applications are accepted only from November 1st through January 31st each year. Classes begin in August, with graduation occurring 22 months later in May. Since the program has limited student capacity, selection into the program is competitive. Not every applicant who applies to the program will be selected. To learn more about the selection process, see Applications Process.

The program's curriculum consists of both intensive classroom education and hands-on clinical training. Enrolled students are engaged in clinical or classroom activities on-site five days per week. All classroom education and clinical training is conducted within the Ascension St. Vincent system.

Upon graduation from the program, graduates are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certifying examination. Once an applicant successfully passes the ARRT examination, he/she can apply to the Indiana State Department of Health for a Radiologic Technologist general license, which is required to work as a radiographer in Indiana.

This website contains much information about the Radiography Program. If you have any questions after reviewing the information, click below to email a Radiography Program faculty member.


Mission Statement

Our Mission is to make a positive difference in the lives and health delivery status of our students, the people we serve, and the community. This is accomplished through a commitment of excellence by our faculty and staff, Advisory Board, and the sponsoring institutions in the delivery of quality training and education opportunities in radiological sciences. We will display compassion and dignity to all. Our paradigms will be open to all aspects of education that do not violate the Mission or Core Values of our sponsoring and affiliated institutions.