Theda Clark School of Radiologic Technology
169 E.N. Waters Street
Neenah, WI 54956
Information sessions are required prior to the job shadow and application process. These information sessions are held at the radiology school.
During this session, a faculty instructor will explain the position and responsibilities of a radiographer. Your instructors will cover the program highlights, as well as what is expected, if you are accepted to the program.
Informational sessions typically last 90 minutes with questions/answer session to follow. Upon completion of the informational session, you will receive a certificate of attendance.
This certificate is required for application into the program and a possible chance to job shadow.
To schedule an informational session, please visit the Classes and Events page for dates and times available (Please select Theda Clark School of Radiology from the Classes and Events category drop down menu).You must be pre-registered to attend.
Students must obtain an Associates degree or higher from any accredited college. Associates degree must incorporate or include anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology. Certified nursing assistant is not required, but strongly encouraged. Our program has several articulations to help obtain these requirements. See list below for college articulations:
Complete 26 credits with NWTC (all classes must be completed through NWTC to grant the degree) English Composition, Anatomy and Physiology, Intro to Diversity Studies, College Mathematics, Intro to Psychology, Oral/Interpersonal Communications, College 101, Medical Terminology, and Intro to Ethics Theory and App. Acceptance into our program is with the understanding that NWTC course work will be completed on time (by May) and a passing grade is earned. Associates of Applied Science will be granted from NWTC upon completion of our program Contact at NWTC: Scott Anderson (920) 498-5513.
Partnered with University Wisconsin Oshkosh to complete B.S.R.T. Degree. Students complete 2 years of general course work with UWO and then 2 years of Radiology course work with Theda Clark. UWO will grant you a B.S. Degree in Radiologic Science.
Radiology Job Shadowing
Due to the large amount of prospective radiography students applying for job shadows, the Theda Clark School of Radiologic Technology has a job shadow policy for the safety and confidentiality of our patients.
Shadows will only be given under any of the following circumstances:
- High school students who have attended an informational session or have had an instructor visit their class. They will also need to complete a job shadow application along with the essay prior to the program offering a shadow.
- To radiology school applicants who submit a completed program application, which includes mandatory attendance of informational session.
Upon review of applications, applicants will be notified if they will be scheduled for a shadow.
If accepted into the shadow program, we will require proof of the following immunizations for the safety of our patients:
MMR, Varicella, Hep B and Mantoux TB Skin Test in order for the application to be complete.
Proof of Influenza vaccination is also required from October 1st thru May 1st or participant will need to mask while participating in the job shadow experience.
Your family doctor's office should have immunization records. You will also be required to sign a confidentiality form stating that everything you will see must be in strict confidentiality for the privacy of our patient
If the applicant is denied a shadow opportunity, he/she will be advised as to what he/she would need to do to better their chances of acceptance into the program in the future.
We recommend shadowing more than one facility to be sure this is the career for you. This is not a requirement but if you would choose to and you are accepted into the program, you have the option to shadow at Theda Clark Medical Center and/or Appleton Medical Center. Any other non-ThedaCare facility shadow will need to be set-up through that hospital by the prospective student. Most organizations welcome students in their research.
We apologize for any inconvenience but feel that this will be in the best interest of our patients.