Contact Susyn Dees, Chair Radiography, Math & Science
Variety in clinical field experiences is one of the greatest assets of Champlain College's Radiography degree program. Clinical experiences are required exclusively at the approved clinical sites for this program, which all students rotate through.
By the time students graduate from the two-year Radiography major, they will have accrued 1,600 hours of experience working in these clinical settings, providing them a gamut of experiences from which to develop their skills. Students gain experience in a Level I and Level II hospital, as well as an orthopedic and out-patient clinic, providing them with experience in all possible clinical settings while in the Radiography program at Champlain.
Clinical rotations begin in the first semester of their Radiography program and will continue throughout the program, including a 14-week full-time summer rotation, offering students the greatest practical experience of their education.
Students will need to provide their own transportation to clinical rotations. The following is information about the approved clinical settings for Champlain's Radiography program.
University of Vermont Medical Center, Medical Center Campus, Burlington, VT:
University of Vermont Medical Center, Fanny Allen campus, Colchester, VT:
Northwestern Medical Center: