Indiana student,Should I stay at community college or transfer??
First year student at a community college(CC), doing very well so far. I HAVE to transfer to Indiana University(IU) to get my degree in Radiography(x-ray). I attended community college to get my general ed. classes out of the way. CC is cheaper and alot easier, I am FULLY covered at CC, Will I be fully covered at IU?? Also the IU website states that they take prefrence to their own students instead of transfer students for the Radiograhy degree. I'd Hate to take all the PreReqs and not get into the degree I want. Should I continue at CC for my PreReqs or should i transfer next year?? By the way I make sure classes transfer correctly before I take them. And I know of One I must take at IU before I can start on my degree but maybe I could take it the summer before? April? The POINT of going to community college is to complete those classes Before Radiology. If i complete those does not mean I will get acceted into radiology. So if i Finish Community college I will have NO other classes to take. I know I'd get accepted to IU, but not sure of radiography program
Asked By: 4U2NV - 10/12/2007
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A university program is a very expensive way to become a radiologic technologist. You can go to a CC based program or even a hospital based program and end up with the same result. ANY employer only cares that you are ARRT and state licensed. They do not care how you got licensed. I have never had an employer ask... More
Answered By: Lissacal - 10/13/2007
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I think you should apply this year just to see if they accept you. Another option would be to call up the school and make an appontment with the advisor there as well as the one at your community college and get some advice from themm. With financial aid... it is not the same. I went to a community college and... More
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