Tuition and Fees
Tuition for the program is $5K. Payment is broken down like:
- $3K – Junior year (due before 1st day of school); includes books and computer resources
- $2K – Senior year (due before 1st day of senior year)
Failure to pay any fee will result in admission denial or termination from the program.
Other ancillary cost that students will be responsible for include:
- Uniforms - approximately $75 per set depending on brand
- Shoes – approximately $50 - $150 per pair depending on brand
- Cap and gown - approximately $75 (varies depending on vendor). Failure to pay any fee could result in admission denial or termination from the program.
Membership in Professional Societies (State and National)
Students in the School of Radiologic Technology are required to hold student membership status in the Florida Society of Radiologic Technologists. The cost of a two-year student membership is $30.00.
Students in the School of Radiologic Technology are also required to hold student membership status in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (A.S.R.T.). The cost of a student membership is $35.00 per year.
If a student voluntarily withdraws or is dismissed during the first 30 days of school, fifty percent (50%) of the tuition paid will be refunded. All book sales are final. The student will not receive any part of a refund for tuition after 30 days for voluntary or non-voluntary dismissal.
The school does not participate in Title IV federal student aid (FASFA) programs and as a result students may not be able to have their student loans deferred. Students should contact the financial aid office of the college through which the loan was processed to discuss their options.
The school is approved by the Florida State Department of Veterans Affairs under Title 38, US Code 3676 for G.I. Bill® funding. Eligible enrolled students may obtain financial assistance to cover fees through this provision. Interested candidates should contact the Program Director for more information. While the school will work with any third-party payer, it is the student’s responsibility to secure adequate funding sources.