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The Mount Aloysius Radiography Program is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2023. Radiography alumni, former faculty, and their guests are invited to the program’s pinning ceremony for the class of 2023, a celebratory reception, and a tour of the program’s facilities on May 12, 2023. The pinning ceremony will begin at 5 PM in the Bertschi Center on Mount Aloysius’ campus, with the reception and tour following shortly after.

***Please Note: Registration is only required for alumni, former faculty, and their guests. You do not need to register if you are a member of the class of 2023 or a current faculty member/admin.***


Alumni or Event-Related Questions:
Luke Fragello, Director of Alumni Affairs

Radiography Program-Related Questions:
Felicia Holliday, Department Chair of Medical Imaging

What’s new with the Radiography Program?

  • Today, we have over 20 clinical sites, and students have the chance to encounter different types of clinical experiences – from smaller outpatient clinics to trauma centers.
  • The lab has been recently updated and has state-of-the-art equipment for lots of hands-on practice. Medical Imaging is now all digital, and our program has stayed up-to-date with all the technical advances.
  • Our associate degree graduates are some of the earliest to be ready to enter the workforce as they are eligible to sit for the certification exam immediately upon graduation in May.
  • After earning an associate’s degree, students can choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in radiography with the chance to study computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging.
  • Another bachelor’s degree pathway would be to study ultrasonography at Mount Aloysius after completing the associate’s degree in radiography.
  • Additionally, we have articulations with Washburn University for radiation therapy and Findlay University for nuclear medicine if students would be interested in those areas of study.

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