A recent radiation therapy graduate must complete an application for certification and forward it to the Program Director for review and validation. Each applicant must complete the senior final comprehensive examination at a minimum of 80%. The program in its discretion may refuse to accept the application of any individual who has been convicted of a criminal offense. Please visit the ARRT’s website for further information on ethics violations at:
Any student concerned about potential ethical issues, are welcome to complete the ARRT Ethics Review Pre-Application prior to six months prior to terminal award completion.
If a Radiation Therapy graduate delays taking the ARRT national board examination or is unsuccessful for three attempts, the student will be required to complete a radiation therapy program of study again, before the Program Director will validate the application for any entity. Please note, students need to complete the board exams within three years of graduating, after three years of graduation, national board exam results, and education verifications cannot be verified by the Program Director.
The Department of Radiation Therapy does reimburse students that take and successfully pass the credentialing exam, within 60 days of the date of commencement exercises (examination fee only).