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Trained radiographers are often part of a team that works together with doctors to diagnose a problem that may or may not be visible. The cooperative Radiologic Technology Program at Southwest Virginia Community College is dedicated to serve students from southwest Virginia and east Tennessee. The program provides a quality educational experience in the art and science of radiologic technology and helps students succeed, both academically and clinically, as entry-level radiographers.

Radiography students and an instructor in the radiography lab.

Employment opportunities for well-trained registered radiographers are available in hospitals, clinics, education, industry, government agencies, and private offices.

Contact us today to learn more about this exciting career and program!



The goal of this program is to provide a sound foundation for students to build a rewarding professional career and an opportunity to qualify as a valued contributing member of a healthcare team for our region.

Radiography Program applications must reach Admissions by February 15 for summer admission.

In addition to the college application, a separate Radiography program application with supporting documentation is required.




Southwest Virginia Community College has options to help you pay for a degree or certificate. A high percentage of students receive assistance through financial aid.

Learn about paying for college and current tuition-free programs here.

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