The Bluefield State College Class of 2020 Radiologic Technology graduates have earned a 100% first time passage rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists’ certification exam. The program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). This is the fourth consecutive year BSC RadTech grads have earned a 100% licensure passage rate on the ARRT certification exam.
The BSC Class of 2020 Radiologic Technology graduates are: Alison Beaubouef, Destiny Bell, Alexis Boothe, Kalissa Dickerson, Megann Dobbs, Cora Frazier, Courtney Hall, Kyra Kessler, Brandon Laxton, Allison Lewis, Donna Livingston, Katelyn Maxey, Munish Padan, Madison Testement, Kreston Tynes-Lloyd, Olivia Witt, and Kathryn Yurkovich.
Program Director Melissa Haye noted, “I am so blessed to have great faculty, clinical faculty, clinical education settings, and students! We all love what we do so that makes this achievement even better and sweeter!”
Bluefield State College, a growing, public baccalaureate institution, is celebrating the 125th anniversary of its 1895 founding. Eighty-five percent of BSC students receive financial aid, and 85% of BSC's graduates are employed within three months of receiving their degrees. The College is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, and 12 of Bluefield State's academic programs enjoy program-specific accreditation.