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Radiologic technologists are needed in every healthcare setting, from hospitals to physicians offices to research settings. The SLCC Radiologic Technology program offers a balance of instruction in radiology courses and clinical experiences that will give you the skills required for professional practice. You will gain clinical experience in a diverse range of environments with access to current radiological technology under the guidance of our highly knowledgeable and experienced faculty and staff. Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree, which will allow you to find employment in this exciting, technologically advanced field.

Our program offers a high success rate for our graduating students. Based on our most recent five year average, 93% of our students graduated from the program, 100% of our students passed the national certification exam on their first attempt, and 100% of our students found employment in the field of radiology within 12 months of graduation.

Please note that the SLCC Radiologic Technology program does not accept transfer credit from any other Radiologic Technology program. See our Admissions page for more information.

All of the programs offered in the School of Health Sciences at Salt Lake Community College are a part of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), a regional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. This means that the credits that you complete at SLCC will transfer to all the other state institutions, as well as most private institutions, so that you will not have to start over in obtaining a bachelors degree or higher. This is an added bonus for SLCC student that is not always available at all health sciences programs around the city, state or country.

Essential Functions for Career and Program Success

More information on monthly information sessions
Program Review One Sheet

Program Contacts

Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator

Matt Harris
Jordan Campus
Health Sciences Center, Rm. 120F
Phone: 801-957-6230

Academic/Career Advisors

Tyler Barber (A-F) and Maria Murguia (G-Z)
Jordan Campus
Phone: 801-957-6215
Email: or

As part of our systematic evaluation process, our program welcomes comments, ideas, and suggestions for improvement from persons not formally affiliated with the program. These statements may be emailed to the Associate Dean with the author’s contact information included. For persons affiliated with the program or institution--program-admitted students, clinical instructors, and faculty--please follow the formal due process procedures as outlined in the student handbook. This program strongly supports a no retaliation practice.