Radiologic Technology Week

Radiologic Technology Week is held in the first full week of November every year to commemorate the magnificent discovery of the X-ray by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen on November 8, 1895.  Since 1991, the college has celebrated this annual momentous event in order to honor the achievements of radiologic technologists and the profession itself.

Pinning Ceremony

The pinning ceremony is the culmination of the initial journey to the professional radiologic technology education held in December of each year. At this special ceremony, second year radiologic technology students wear their prescribed white uniform, radiologic technology pin and the name plate with the radiologic technology emblem that clearly distinguish them from all other health care professionals. 

Near the end of the formal procedure they will light the candle of wisdom which will always shine brightly as a symbol of care and devotion to the practice of radiologic technology. They will take a pledge of loyalty by reciting the “RT CREDO”.

The ceremony is also dedicated to family members who helped them along their educational journey, to a close friend, and to the spiritual power that guided them in this endeavor.


The College of Radiologic Technology adopts the general regulations of graduation requirements as stated in the College Student Handbook, 2008 Edition 


Special Award/s and Distinction

Sir Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Award

This award is given to a graduating radiologic technology student who has exhibited high level of professionalism and superior performance both in academic and clinical aspect in the field of specialization.  He/she has demonstrated compassion in patient care and showed enthusiasm for community service with distinct application of radiologic technology procedures.  He/she has made important contributions in the entire college years of study in terms of scholastic, clinical, and research areas. Candidate must have a weighted general average of 2.0  or better with no grade lower than 2.25 in all major and professional subjects required in the curriculum.  Named after Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, a pioneer in diagnostic radiology,  the award recognizes student’s contribution in the promulgation of  the college’s mission/vision.

Best Intern  

This award is given to a graduating radiologic technology student who has successfully completed the junior and senior internship programs. He/she has displayed exemplary performance in the execution of clinical duties and responsibilities entrusted to him/her. The candidate must have an enthusiastic attitude and clear understanding in medical radiologic technology procedures. The candidate is nominated by the clinical instructor/s of the affiliating hospital/s, dean of the college, and the clinical coordinator. Furthermore, he/she must have a weighted general average of 2.0  or better in his/her internship  based on the following criteria:

  1. Knowledge in the filed of specialization:               
  2. Devotion towards profession.                       
  3. Ability to learn and to communicate ideas for work betterment.           
  4. Conduct: Manner towards superior and peer.           
  5. Work neatness, accuracy and completeness of work.           
  6. Attendance: Tardiness and Absences               
  7. Patient Care                               
  8. Personality: Cheerfulness, Neatness in dress and manner.       
  9. Human Relation: Ability to get along with peer and superior.


The Radiologic Technology Clinical Education Training Program is in the fourth year-level. The program consists of five and a half (5 ½) months of Junior Clinical Internship and five and a half (5 ½) months of Senior Clinical Internship with a total of eleven (11) months of intensive clinical training in general radiography and in the various subspecialties of radiology.  The program is designed to develop in students’ positive values, a sense of commitment to work, compassion and concern for their fellowmen.


The Internship Program aims to provide a venue for the students to:

  • develop technical and practical knowledge of radiographic exposure and evaluating radiographic images;
  • acquire theoretical and practical understanding in anatomy and physiology;
  • perform patient positioning and practice of  patient care and management;
  • appreciate the diversity and utilization of radiologic technology profession in the vast area of medical diagnosis;
  • practice the principle of radiation protection as well as the laws and regulations governing the application of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation;
  • develop critical skills and appreciation of the technological advancement in the field of radiologic sciences through research and continuing education.

Internship Requirements

  • Students admitted for training are fourth year students who must have passed all the subjects as required in the curriculum from first year to the third year.
  • Student must be officially enrolled;
  • Student must undergo the pre-internship orientation program scheduled by the Dean;
  • Student must secure a health clearance from the college physician prior to start of training. If in case the applicant for internship is found to be positive for an infectious disease, he/she shall not be allowed to undergo the training until proof of complete treatment is presented;
  • Comply with other specific requirements of the college.