Everything we do at Covenant School of Radiography (CSOR) is designed to forward our Christian mission of caring and preparing our students to succeed in entry-level radiology technologist jobs.
As our graduates go out into the working world, they're both skilled and committed to assisting others in both understanding our values of Compassion, Dignity, Justice, Excellence and Integrity and how to put these values into practice in their daily lives.
CSOR has articulations with Saint Joseph’s College and University of Providence to help prospective students meet the higher educational requirements required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), our credentialing organization. All prerequisite classes for your chosen higher educational institution must be completed prior to applying for CSOR’s program. Learn more about our program.
When you're ready to take the first step toward a new career in radiology, review the clinical obligations document below and see our admissions page, or contact us for more information.
The Covenant School of Radiography is affiliated with Covenant Health and benefit from a vast array of their integrated network of facilities and resources. Students participate in clinical education at the campus and at a wide range of affiliates, including:
- Covenant Medical Center Hospital
- HealthPlus Medical Group
- Covenant Levelland Hospital
- LDC-CMG Orthopedic Center
- Covenant Children's Hospital
- Pedi Urgent Care
- Medical Office Building
- Southwest Medical Park
- CMG Southwest Diagnostic
- CMG Urgent Care
- CMG Northwest Clinic
- Texas Physicians Group #2 (Stonecrest)
- NorthStar Surgical Center
- Lubbock Heart Hospital
- Grace Medical & Surgical Hospitals
Students also rotate through Joe Arrington Cancer Research and Treatment Center as an observation site.
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT)
1255 Northland Drive
St. Paul, MN 55120 651-687-0048
American Society of Radiologic Technologist (ASRT)
15000 Central Ave, SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123-3909
Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists (TSRT)
905 Van Horn St
Iowa Park, TX 76367
The Covenant School of Nursing and the Covenant School of Radiography are located in Lubbock, Texas – the site of Covenant Medical Center – the Southwest's preeminent medical center between Dallas/Fort Worth and Phoenix. With a county population of 250,000 and serving an area of 1.2 million people in the total region, Lubbock has the amenities of a large metropolitan area, including a large airport, great shopping and restaurants, and excellent public and private schools – yet it retains a wonderful "small town" atmosphere.
The city is home to four colleges and universities, including Texas Tech University, which adds much to our quality of life. Lubbock is often bustling with Big 12 Conference sporting events and a variety of cultural and academic activities.
- Museum of Texas Tech University
- Moody Planetarium
- The Ranching Heritage Center
- The Science Spectrum Museum and OMNI Theater
- Cowboy Symposium
- Lubbock Arts Festival
Nestled in the South Plains, Lubbock offers residents a mild climate with plenty of sunshine – ideal for year-round outdoor activities. It also boasts a low cost of living and plenty of affordable housing. Get the latest numbers for population, cost of living and demographics.
All students enrolled in Covenant School of Radiography (CSOR) must be fully vaccinated for COVID or have an approved exemption prior to starting classes at CSOR. Fully vaccinated means that you have had two of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Please contact CSOR if you need to submit the required exemption form or if you have any questions.
Flu vaccines are also required for CSOR students each year from September through April. You are required to provide documentation of a flu shot each program year.