BSC Radiologic Technology Graduating Class of 2011 Achieves 100% Passage Rate on Certification Examination by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
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(Bluefield)--Bluefield State College's 2011 Radiologic Technology graduates have achieved a 100% passage rate on the certification examination by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The BSC Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). JRCERT is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as the national agency for the accreditation of educational programs for the radiographer and radiation therapist, and is responsible for all accreditation actions.
BSC's 2011 RadTech graduates who passed the certification examination include: Katelyn Barnetts, Tabitha Daniels, David Frady, Katelyn Ellis, Sandra Hopkins, Emily Hudnall, Jennifer Keffer, Brittany Lester, Todd Richendollar, Chandra Roberson, Natasha Roberts, Derek Russell, Melissa Sharp, Stephanie Sherwood, Courtney Shrader, Aimie Stacy, Jeannine Stables and Amber Vance. The students were honored at a pinning ceremony in May. The Class of '11 also provided 398.25 hours in community service initiatives during the academic year.
The outstanding clinical award went to Katelyn Barnette and David Frady and the outstanding academic award was presented to David Frady. The JRCERT Certificates of Excellence determined by the faculty to be the students who most closely fit the description of the professional and ethical technologist were awarded to Katelyn Barnette and Jami Pettry. All students received their radiologic technology pin at this ceremony.
Faculty include: Melissa Haye (program director), Angela Lambert (clinical coordinator), Vanessa Godfrey (didactic instructor), Robin Gibson (PCH Clinical Instructor), Richard Gibson (BRMC Clinical Instructor), Amy Bennett (BARH Clinical Instructor), and Jennifer Shelton (VA Clinical Instructor).
The BSC Radiologic Technology program's five year graduation/pass rate stands at 96.4%, and over that five year period, BSC RadTech program graduates provided 2,070.75 hours of volunteer service to the local community.