Course of Study
The School of Radiologic Technology is divided into didactic (classroom) instruction and clinical practicum. The entire program consists of more than 2,900 clock hours. Graduates meet the eligibility requirements to take the national registry examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Upon successfully passing the ARRT examination the graduate may be eligible to receive a New York State License in Radiologic Technology by the Department of Health.
24 months beginning in July with assigned time off and holiday periods.
Students study full-time days.
First-year students meet for classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and are assigned to clinical on Tuesday and Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm. (Times may vary.)
Second-year students are assigned to classes on Tuesday and Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm and are assigned to clinical on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. (Times may vary.) Occasional evening and weekend clinical may be required.
Debra Montaruli, BA, MEd, Principal
RoseMary Nagler, RN, BS, MSN, Assistant Principal
Louis J. Anetrella, MPS, MA, R.T. (R), LRT, Program Director
Nicole Reimann, MS, RT, (R), (M), LRT, Clinical Coordinator
Jacob Miller, AAS, RT, (R), (MR), LRT, Didactic Instructor
Patricia Gillen, RN, BS, Instructor
Jen Santiago, Program Secretary, 631/261-3600 x244
Cheryl Bruckner, Bursar, 631/667-6000 x343|
Diana Lang, Financial Aid, 631/261-3600 x214
Other BOCES Services
Student counseling is available through the Career Center.
Classes are available to help students prepare for the Pre-Entrance Examination (TEAS). Call 631-261-3600, ext. 219 for further information.