HCC radiography students have 100 percent pass rate for certification exams

2018 HCC Radiography Graduates.

(June 27, 2018) – Students in the Radiography Program at Hagerstown Community College have achieved a 100 percent pass rate on their certification exams. All HCC students in the 2018 radiography cohort passed the national certification exams for the 2017-2018 academic year.

The ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) is a national exam required for technologists in the radiologic sciences. ARRT certification and registration is used to recognize individuals who are qualified to perform the role of a radiographer. Certification and registration requires satisfaction of certain professional standards in medical imaging. Employers, state licensing agencies, and federal regulators all consider an ARRT credential to be verification that graduates have met rigorous professional standards.

For more information about HCC’s radiography program, visit www.hagerstowncc.edu/medical-imaging.

Photo Caption: 2018 HCC Radiography Graduates. Front row, from left: Michael Sanders, of Hagerstown; Ashley Keedy, of Boonsboro; Jamie Hodges, of Knoxville; Melissa Stump, of Gerrardstown, W.Va.; and Jordan Shoaf, of Hagerstown. Second row, from left: Julia Leutner, of Hampstead; Audra Adams, of Funkstown; Sierra Fink, of Hancock; and Kayla Kerns, of Hancock. Back row, from left: Brittany Stevenson, of Hagerstown; Garrett Rockwell, of Hagerstown; Kaitlyn Socks, of Hagerstown; Rachelle Snyder, of Inwood, W.Va.; Coy Michael Archer, Martinsburg, W.Va.; Kristi Lee, of Walkersville; Charles Bud Braithwaite, of Hagerstown; Courtney Copenhaver, of Boonsboro; Coleman Grubbs, of Hagerstown; Mida Clipp, of Hagerstown; Kirsten Haug, of Hagerstown; Lori Miller, of Thurmont; Amanda Horner, of Gerrardstown, W.Va.; and Shannon Decker, of Waynesboro, Pa.