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School of Radiologic Technology

Develop your clinical skills while working with patients and qualified registered radiologic technologists.


The ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology is an accredited, 21-month program. It is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and currently holds the maximum JRCERT Accreditation Award of eight years. This accreditation award is valid until the next site visit in Third Quarter of 2024. JRCERT publishes each program’s current accreditation status at

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

Academic courses include human structure and function, imaging equipment, principles of imaging, radiation protection, patient care and others.

Students spend a considerable amount of time developing clinical skills while working with patients and qualified Registered Radiological Technologists.  Clinical education provides diverse experience in pediatrics, trauma, neurology, oncology, cardiology, and orthopedics.

Specialty rotations include Interventional Radiology,  MRI, CT, Mammography, and Surgery. Students will also complete a 12-week computed tomography course taught by board certified CT Technologists. 

Graduates test to become certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).  Passing the ARRT exam gives the graduate the title of a Registered Radiologic Technologist.

We produce quality technologists that get jobs soon after graduating from the program. See Program Effectiveness Data.

College Affiliates


Provides students on-campus experience for general educational credits before applying to our program.

UWO-Fox Cities

Provides an option to pursue either an associate or bachelor’s degree in partnership with UW-Oshkosh.

Program Information

Please review the following presentations which will help you understand more about our program. Viewing these presentations is strongly recommended and program will incorporate some of the information into the interview process.

Program Resources

An ideal candidate:

  • Must have an associates degree or higher with a minimum GPA of 2.5 
  • Appropriate background in science, math, human anatomy/physiology and medical terminology 
  • CNA or other equivalent patient care experience 
  • In-depth research of profession and program
  • Documented job shadow(s)
  • Strong letters of recommendation
  • Effective communication skills

If you find that you do not meet some of the criteria outlined above, please review our presentations for guidance. We have identified affiliate colleges that can assist you with your academic needs. 

Radiology Job Shadowing

ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology is currently allowing job shadowing and should be directed to our job shadow application form. Documentation of vaccinations are required to be sent in along with your application. At this time, COVID vaccinations are not required as well as proof of TB testing. You can visit Wisconsin Immunization Records which is a free service where you can search for and print your results from the state database or you can request copies at your doctor’s office. Handwritten dates will not be accepted. Email completed shadow application to include vaccinations to Our program will screen your shadow application and will email you date options.  If you do not hear from someone within a week, give an email or call 920-716-3826 for assistance.

What is a Radiologic Technologist?

Registered radiologic technologists (R.T.(R)) are responsible for producing images of the human body by operating radiologic equipment emitting ionizing radiation. These images are viewed by radiologists or physicians to assist in the diagnosis of disease and injury.

Radiologic technologists position patients on the radiographic table, adjusting and operating the X-ray and other imaging equipment to produce images of the human body. They work directly with physicians and patients, hold responsibility for the safety of patients during the procedure, keep records, prepare work schedules, and maintain equipment.

Things to consider if you are interested in being a radiologic technologist:

  • You will have a lot of contact with patients.
  • The median annual wage of radiologic technologists was $66,670 in May 2022. (US. Dept. Labor and Statistics)
  • The employment of radiologic technologists is projected to grow 6 percent from 2022 to 2032, faster than the average for all occupations. (US. Dept. Labor and Statistics)

ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology Application

ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology Application

Applications received between June 1st and December 1st for the following September semester cohort will be given first consideration. If there are any openings after the initial application period, program will accept applications sent in from Dec 2nd-Aug 1st. A $30 application fee is required with all applications. Please enclose the $30 fee when you submit your application.

The ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology will only review completed applications. Completed applications must include:

  • Application with fee
  • All transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation in a sealed envelope with the signature of the person doing the recommendation on the outside of the sealed envelope all included in the application packet

Please print the application and return all above-mentioned material in one envelope to:
ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology
130 Second St.
P.O. Box 2021
Neenah, WI 54956
Suite N402

Tuition Costs

Fall 2024 tuition is estimated to be $15,836 for the entire program and includes all of your textbooks.

ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology articulates with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, which allows our students to apply for federal loans and grants through them if they are a UWO enrolled student. For other students, you would need to seek out private loans if needed.  Please contact Program Director for more information if needed.

We also offer students a tuition installment plan that is made monthly, interest-free and can be set-up with the Program Director if the student chooses.

Student Hours

Classes are full-time, meeting 40 hours per week at the ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology, which is located inside ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah:

ThedaCare School of Radiologic Technology
130 Second Street
P.O. Box 2021
Neenah, WI 54956
Suite N402

First year students:

Class times are from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday and Wednesday.

**Clinicals are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 

Second year students:

Class times are from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tuesday only

**Clinicals Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

**The majority of clinical rotation (8 hour typical rotation) times vary between 7am (earliest) and 9pm (latest) along with an occasional Saturday rotation. 3:00-9:00 p.m. and Saturday rotations account for less than 20 percent of your clinical time. Students will also be assigned 4 overnight rotations to gain experience.

Clinical sites include:

  • ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah (specializes Level II trauma, pediatrics, NICU, ortho and neurology)
    • Children’s Wisconsin-Fox Valley Hospital-Inpatient pediatrics
  • ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton (specializes in oncology, ortho and cardiology)
  • ThedaCare Medical Center-New London (critical access hospital)
  • ThedaCare – Encircle Health Appleton
  • ThedaCare Physicians, Neenah
  • ThedaCare Medical Center-Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Appleton
  • ThedaCare Medical Center-Shawano
  • ThedaCare Medical Center-Waupaca
  • ThedaCare Medical Center-Berlin
  • ThedaCare Orthopedic Care-Neenah
  • Primary Care Associates of Appleton Ltd.


School Handbook, Mission, Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Our program handbook is available for your review. Please browse through these handbooks prior to class.

Program Handbook to include mission and goals

Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Contact School

If you have any additional questions regarding our program, please feel free to call us or you can e-mail the following individuals:

Troy Albrecht MS., R.T.(R)(CT)(ARRT) Program Director
(920) 454-6296

Stephanie Delwiche MS., R.T.(R)(ARRT) Clinical Coordinator
(920) 454-6298

Jenni Howard R.T.(R)(ARRT) Faculty Clinical Preceptor
(920) 454-6297

Miranda Parson BS R.T.(R)(M) Faculty Clinical Preceptor
(920) 454-6296

Accrediting agency – Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
Phone: (312) 704-5300
Fax: (312) 704-5304