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    • Radiography - Financial Information

      Financial Information for Class of 2023
      Class starting August 2021

      Associate in Science (A.S.) Radiography
      Total Program: 63 credits

      Nursing and Health Sciences Division of HCCC

      General Education & Science Requirements:   33 Credits
      Major Radiology Requirements:   30 Credits
      TEAS Testing at H.C.C.C. Testing Center, Student Self Pay    $68.00 approx.
      S.A.T. Testing at local high schools, Student Self Pay    $58.00 approx.
      Book Fees: Textbooks
      Eligible students will purchase through college bookstore
        $750.00 approx.
      Students will arrange a direct payment to the vendor for the following:
      Uniforms including Lab Coat   $250.00 approx.
      Security Background Clearance (Non-Refundable) due
      Before program interview -fee higher for additional names/states
        $62.00 for N.J. Residents
      $152.00 Out-of-State
      Drug Screening Testing (Non-Refundable)
      1. July of Acceptance Year
      2. July before entering Second Year
        $65.00 each test  approx.
      Malpractice Insurance due September of each Year
      HPSO 1-800-982-9491;
        $45.00 yearly approx.
      Additional Student Self - Pay fees:    
      Physical Examination: Self pay-including specified immunization
      Record and required laboratory work through Immunitrax Immunization Tracking
        $100.00 approx.
      Health Insurance:  Self pay-All students must provide proof on ongoing Insurance for clinical participation and Immunizations.
      In event of illness,Students are responsible for all fees incurred at any affiliating agencies.
      CPR/AED Certification (2 year issue): Self pay   $100.00 approx.
      New Jersey Society of Radiologic Technology Membership
      Due September of Acceptance year (covers 2 years)
      Check payable to: NJSRT
      X-Ray Markers (on-line orders) due September entry year   $35.00 approx.
      (Lost) Radiation Badge Replacement Fee paid to Bursar’s Office   $25.00
      ASRT Membership (due August Orientation – Senior year)
        $40.00 approx.
      Sixth Semester Mandatory Senior 2 Review Courses    $250.00 approx.
      Parking, travel, and tolls for Clinical Sites   Costs vary
      H.C.C.C. Non-Refundable Graduation Fee due May of Graduation year   $50.00 approx.
      Sixth Semester:
      License/Registry Exam Fees
        $60.00 N.J. License
      $200.00 ARRT
      $120.00 N.Y. License (optional)
      Student will pay the College for the following:
      Tuition & Fees
        Tuition Schedule
      Seat Deposit/Processing Fee (Non-Refundable/Non-Transferrable) based
      on Background Clearance and credited towards tuition due 2 weeks after
      notification of acceptance into the program

      Financial Assistance:

      Eligible students may be aided through a combination package of scholarships or grants (which need not be repaid), student loans (which are repaid after graduation or when enrollment drops below part-time census, and work (part-time campus employment.)  The amount and type of aid will depend upon available funds and the degree of need.  Students should carefully check deadline dates for financial aid applications.  Financial aid awards are disbursed to student’s accounts at least once during each semester of enrollment.

      Students interested in applying for financial assistance must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is the application for federal and state aid.  Applications must be completed at least three months prior to the beginning of a new semester to ensure consideration for aid under the following programs:  Federal Work Study, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, Educational Opportunity Fund, Federal Pell Grant, Tuition Aid Grant, Garden State Scholarships, New Jersey STARS, Federal Student Loan, and PLUS Programs.  To be eligible to receive aid, students must demonstrate the ability to benefit from the programs offered at the College by either having a high school diploma or GED.  Students must also be U.S. Citizens or eligible non-citizens, have a valid Social Security number, comply with Selective Service if require, and have not received a baccalaureate degree.  For more detailed information regarding eligibility requirements, please contact the Financial Aid Office.

      The completed FAFSA from must be submitted electronically to the following website:

    • Contact Information

      Cheryl Cashell
      Director of Radiography
      (201) 360-4782

      Catherine Sirangelo-Elbadawy, Associate Dean
      Nursing and Health Sciences Division
      870 Bergen Ave.
      F Building
      Jersey City, NJ 07306

      (201) 360-4267