Information Session

Please join us for a personal one hour information session for prospective students in 

Radiography, CT and MRI. No registration required.



We are also unable to have prospective student participate in clinical observation / shadowing.

Here is our Information Session handout.





Contact Us

Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging

Euclid Hospital Health Center Room 306

18901 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid, OH 44119  


For more information contact Gloria Albrecht, MS, RT(R)

216-692-7512 or fill out the on-line contact form.

Welcome to the School of Diagnostic Imaging


The Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging (SODI) offers programs in Radiologic Technology, Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).  

The Cleveland Clinic offers a Radiologic Technology program in addition to advanced imaging programs and individual courses in Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The programs offer didactic classroom and clinical instruction designed to assist the student in becoming a registered radiographer, MRI or CT technologist. The programs are competency based, utilizing student learning outcome assessment plans to ensure graduate quality.

To assure compliance with specific state licensure or certification examination eligibility, students who have been previously convicted of a misdemeanor or felony or have pending litigation should schedule an appointment with the program director prior to enrolling.  Failure to do so may affect their program eligibility or may result in the students' inability to practice upon graduation.

Our Programs
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Class Officers
Radiologic Technology Program Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging
A radiographer, or radiologic technologist, is a healthcare professional who provides an essential service for the diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease. A radiographer administers radiation in the form of x-rays to create images (radiographs)of the human body for use in diagnosing medical conditions.


Computed tomography technologists operate advanced imaging equipment to obtain computer generated sectional images of the human body.

CT technologists must be able to provide quality patient care while working closely with the radiologist in a fast-paced, high volume area.


Magnetic resonance imaging technologists are highly skilled professionals who use powerful magnets to obtain detailed images of various structures in the human body.

MRI technologists must have the ability to interact effectively with physicians and compassionately towards patients.


To develop exceptional entry-level imaging professionals whose expertise will meet the needs of the community they serve, and whose academic education and clinical experience will provide a foundation for lifelong learning.



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