Radiologic program receives $10,000 grant
The Radiologic Technology Program at Minnesota State Community and Technical College has received a grant in the amount of $10,000 from Dakota Medical Foundation to support the purchase and installation of a Konica Minolta Regius Image Pilot Computed Radiographic System on the Detroit Lakes campus.
The system is similar to those that students will encounter at their clinical sites and on the job after graduating from the program. Total cost for the system is $49,896.
The Radiologic Technology program prepares individuals to perform various radiologic procedures. Successful graduates of the program earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree and are eligible for the national certification exam, qualifying them as Registered Radiologic Technologists.
Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo, focuses its efforts on improving health and access to medical and dental care in the region, with a special emphasis on children. Since 1996, the Foundation has invested over $34 million to over 300 nonprofit organizations in the region. For more information, see www.dakmed.org.
As a member of the Minnesota State College and Universities System, M State serves more than 6,500 students in credit courses each term through more than 120 career and liberal arts programs at its four campuses located in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead, and Wadena, and online.