Lansing Community College

In accordance with requirements of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, the Radiologic Technology Program is no longer accepting Advanced Placement Students.

LCC's Radiography and MRI programs are selective admission. In order to be considered as a candidate, students must meet admission requirements beyond those required for general admission to the college. There is no wait-list to enter the program; instead, acceptance is based on a point system. Check out the Advising Guides for the application process and admission requirements of each program. 

Graduates from the Medical Diagnostic Technologies programs earn degrees and certificates in Radiologic Technology, MRI and CT specializations.

Graduates enter exciting fields that offer lucrative salaries and work at the height of medical technology. Radiologic technologist positions are “Hot 50” jobs in Michigan and offer an average hourly wage of $23.79 an hour.

Our didactic and hands-on instruction at LCC and our clinical sites over the course of five semesters will earn you an associate degree and the opportunity to take the national registry examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.



Contact the Center for Academic & Career Pathways for an appointment to answer your individual questions.

Advising Guides

For detailed information about the program layout, prerequisites, cost, and more, check out the Advising Guide.

Advising Guides


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LCC's Radiologic Technology program has been accredited since 1975.

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Radiologic Technology/MRI Program

Health and Human Services Division Office

HHS Building, 108
517-483-1508 fax

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