Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology is a 24-month program offered by San Joaquin General Hospital and approved by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Completion of the program allows graduates to take the state and national examinations for registration in Medical Radiologic Technology. A 40-hour per week training schedule is maintained. Classes begin on or about July 1 of each year.

Admission Procedure

Information concerning requirements and applications for the Associate Degree Nursing (Registered Nurse), Vocational Nursing, Psychiatric Technician, Nurse Assistant Training, and Radiological Technology Programs may be obtained from the Family, Consumer and Health Science Division Office, Shima 115 or the Nursing Department Office, Locke 213.

Requirements for entrance to the programs vary as to prior education. Most programs require satisfactory physical examinations and completion of prerequisite courses.

Application Procedure

1. Applicants must be admitted to San Joaquin Delta College. An Application for Admission to the College must be on file by the program application deadline. (Contact the Admissions and Records office, Holt Center, room 101, for an admissions application.)
2. Applicants must be a high school graduate or possess any one of the following: Official General Education Development (G.E.D.) certificate. Official transcripts from high school or any applicable college/university, or G.E.D. certification must be submitted with the application to the program. Official documents must be in sealed envelopes. Foreign transcripts are not acceptable.
3. Applicants must complete all prerequisite courses (or equivalent) with a grade of "C" or higher, and demonstrate a minimum grade-point-average of 2.5 for program prerequisite courses. Prerequisite courses completed at colleges or universities other than San Joaquin Delta College must be comparable in theory and laboratory content and hours of instruction to San Joaquin Delta College courses.

4. File an application to the Radiologic Technology program. Applications are accepted only during the period from January 1 to March 15 of each year.
5. Student capacity is limited to the selection of fourteen students per year. Application forms may be requested by writing to the Program Director and including a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:

School of Radiologic Technology

P. O. Box 1020

Stockton, CA 95201

Selection Procedure

Students meeting the admission requirements will be entered into a lottery to fill the limited number of openings. Applicants will be notified when and where the lottery will take place, should they wish to observe the drawing.

Those selected for provisional entry to the program, as well as the four alternates chosen, will be required to attend a one-day orientation session and to complete 24 hours of observation in a Radiology department prior to official admission to the program. The twenty-four hour observation may be waived for students having documented equivalent experience. Examples of equivalent experience may include:

ˇprior volunteer work or observation in a Radiology setting.
ˇsurvey of Health Careers course (H S 39).
ˇtraining or work experience in a health care field.

Students entering the program will also be required to take a tuberculosis (TB) skin test and a Rubella test prior to beginning the program.

For Additional Information

Applications to the program and Information regarding these requirements are available from:

Michael Walker, Program Director

School of Radiologic Technology


P. O. Box 10209