About the Radiation Oncology Program
A degree program offered through Virginia Western Community College at the NOVA Medical Education Campus
Virginia Western Community College offers an opportunity to deliver its Radiation Oncology program through to Northern Virginia Community College. The program is designed to prepare selected students to qualify as contributing members of the allied health care team who provide a variety of therapeutic services through the use of ionizing radiation. The Radiation Oncology Program is an intensive, five semester associate degree program beginning in August of each year. The program consists of formal classes and clinical experiences conducted at various area facilities where the student will be exposed to the most modern equipment and techniques available for the treatment of cancer.
The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Application Period: October 1 to March 15
Admission Policy: Competitive
Program Size: 10 students
Program Length: 5 full-time semesters
Program Starts: Every August
Students who need general academic advising as they work to satisfy prerequisites for this program are encouraged to visit the MEC Student Services Center in room 202.
Students who have questions regarding specific program requirements, admission, transcript evaluation or students who need academic advising specific to the Radiation Oncology Program curriculum must reach out to Pam Woody, email@example.com.
NVCC Radiation Oncology Faculty Contact:
Kathleen Riley, BS, RT(T)
NOVA Radiation Oncology Program
MEC Campus Rm 239B
Please view the VWCC Radiation Oncology Program Website for more information.