Tyler Junior College

Radiologic Technology

Program Effectiveness Data

5-Year Retention Rate

Year # Admit # Return # Drop Notes Completers Retention Rate
12-14
26

12 
2 students returned and completed in 2015 bringing the total number of completers in the 2014 cohort to 16. 16
61%
11-13
20
0

12 
60%
10-12 26
2
9
2 students returned and completed in 2012 bringing the number of completers in the 2012 cohort to 19. 19
73%
09-11
25
2
12 
2 students returned and completed in 2012 bringing the number of completers in the 2011 cohort to 15.
15
88%
08-10
25
2

3 students returned, 2 of which completed in 2011, bringing the total number of completers in the 2010 cohort to 22.
22 
88%

 

122 accepted, 89 completers. 5-year average retention 72.9%.

*Retention statistics are based on the year that the student entered the program for the first time.  A student who enters the program in 2008, but did not complete until 2011 will be counted with the completers from 2010 (for example). 

Graduates 5-Year Job Placement

Job placement rates based on responses to graduate surveys, and only reflect students actively seeking employment.

Year Graduated Number of Graduates
Number of Responses* Number Actively Seeking Employment
Employed at 12 Months*
Percentage Employed
2010 22  8  8  8 100%
2011 15  2  2  2 100%
2012 19  1  1  1 100%
2013 12  1  1  1 100%
2014 16  5  5  5 100%
Total 84  41  17  17 100%

 * Job placement rates based on responses to graduate surveys, and only reflect students actively seeking employment.

5-year Registry Exam Pass Rate*+

Year Number of Graduates Number of Examinees Number Passing Percentage Passing Average Score
2010 20 23 23 100% 87
2011 15 15 15

100%

87.3

2012

18 18 18

100%

90
2013 14 14 14

100%

88
2014 14 14 14

100%

86

*Statistics provided by The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (arrt.org)

+ Registry pass rate statistics represent the year that the graduate took the exam rather than the year that they entered the cohort.  Since retention statistics are based on the year that student first enter the program, the number of graduates in a given year in the registry pass rate chart may differ from the number of graduates listed in the retention chart.