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Covenant School of Radiography

1409.5 miles away
806-725-8965
Fax: 806-797-4350

Covenant School of Radiography

In today's medicine, radiology plays a leading role in the diagnosis of many diseases and conditions. This means that radiology technologists are now on the front lines of patient care. More than ever before, the sacred patient encounter is in their hands.

At Covenant School of Radiography, our students specialize in both the technical skills and patient care techniques they need to carry out our Christian mission of caring – with the highest level of academic and clinical expertise.

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Covenant School of Radiography has articulated with Saint Joseph's College Online and University of Providence. These articulations allow students who do not already have the degree requirements to graduate our program with a minimum of an Associate Degree. The student will receive a certificate from Covenant School of Radiography and an Associate Degree diploma from their college of choice at graduation.

The full-time, 20-month program provides experiences in the classroom, lab and clinical setting. One class with a maximum of 19 students is admitted each August, with a total enrollment in the school not exceeding 38 students at any given time.

During our 20-month program, students will rotate through and study the following modalities:

  • Diagnostic/Trauma/Fluoro
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Computerized axial tomography (CT)
  • Ultrasound
  • Surgery/Endoscopy
  • Cath lab/Angiography
  • Interventional
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Electron beam tomography (EBT)
  • Positron emission tomography (PET)
  • Portable radiography

As a member of the Covenant Health Network, Covenant School of Radiography strives to graduate students who share our commitment to compassion, excellence, dignity, justice and integrity and are committed to putting these values into practice in their daily lives.

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Program mission

Covenant School of Radiography will strive to foster and support creative and positive learning experiences within an atmosphere of academic excellence and continuous improvement. Through the ministry of Jesus and through our core values of Compassion, Dignity, Justice, Excellence and Integrity, the program will utilize a competency level of skill, proficiency and utilization of critical thinking and problem solving skills relative to clinical procedures and patient care.

Our values

Compassion, Dignity, Justice, Excellence and Integrity

Program goals

Goal 1: Students will be able to safely and competently perform radiographic procedures.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will practice radiation safety at all times.
  • Students will demonstrate an understanding of equipment operation by utilizing psychomotor and critical thinking skills.

Goal 2: Students will evaluate the importance of professional development and growth.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will be able to identify unprofessional and unethical behavior and understand how ethics and professional behavior impact the lives of patients, their families, their health care providers, their communities, and the country.
  • Students will understand their legal obligations to their patients and to the hospital/institution.

Goal 3: Students will use critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will be able to identify and correct technical and positional errors on radiographs.
  • Students will be able to select acceptable technical factors by utilizing critical thinking skills.

Goal 4: Students will be able to communicate effectively.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will practice written communications skills.
  • Students will be able to communicate orally and interact effectively with physicians and coworkers.

For any questions about tuition and fees or payments, please contact Lana Scherer at 806-725-8967 or send an email.

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Please make any payments payable to Covenant School of Radiography and payments may be mailed to:

Covenant School of Radiography
2002 W Loop 289
Ste 120
Lubbock, TX 79407

Financial aid

We know the education you receive here will be one of the best investments of your life. Covenant School of Nursing Financial Aid Office serves as a central point of reference for students who need assistance with various financial aid programs. Learn about your options for financial aid.

Program cost calculator

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CSOR student handbook

The catalog is intended for potential applicants as well as Covenant School of Nursing and School of Radiography students. It contains detailed instructions on how to begin your education as well as the policies our students are required to follow while attending the program.

CSNAH catalog

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JRCERT & CSOR Information

The Covenant School of Radiography Program (CSOR) is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

Program Accreditation Status      Program Effectiveness Data

Contact JRCERT

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Phone: 312-704-5300
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Program Certification and Licensure Disclosure

The following Program Certification and Licensure Disclosure reveals each state’s requirements for State Licensure. The disclosure also provides students or potential students the knowledge that our program fulfills the educational requirements for state licensure or certification within the student’s state of residence, if applicable.

View the Program Certification and Licensure Disclosure Statement.