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259 Adams Street
Pearl Bldg 513 (P-513)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
New and Transfer Students:
Students who are interested in pursuing an AAS degree in Radiologic Technology or a BS degree in Radiological Science should first seek admission to the college. Please submit your completed college application to the Office of Admissions. Contact information for this office is below.
Note: Students who wish to transfer from other institutions must have their credits evaluated by the Transfer Office.
City Tech Students:
Students who are pursuing an AAS degree in Radiologic Technology or BS degree in Radiological Science are encouraged to monitor their progress toward graduation by viewing their individual Student Advisement Degree Audit (DegreeWorks) available on the CUNY Portal www.cuny. Edu under “APPLICATIONS/RESOURCES.” The degree audit is a City Tech student’s “virtual advisor” and is available on the web 24/7. Students can easily access their degree audit from any web-enabled computer, on or off campus.
All students seeking in-person academic advisement are encouraged to contact the Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging to schedule an appointment. Calls should be made during business hours and academic transcript(s) must be presented at the time of the advisement. Contact information for the department is below.
Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging Information:
Hours: Monday through Friday - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Radiologic Technology Computer Lab
The Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging offers a stand alone space where students can study and utilize a bank of computers loaded with software related to all of the subject matter covered in the courses they are enrolled in during the program.
Radiologic Technology Energized Lab
The Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging utilizes a laboratory with four fully energized x-ray rooms and computerized processing unit. The use of the equipment is coupled with several of the program courses but is also open for students to practice under supervision periodically.
The RemRad club is the student club for students enrolled in the radiography program. Officers of the club under the guidance of a faculty advisor are responsible for planning many of the activities held each year in the Department of Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging.
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