Saint Louis University

Medical Imaging & Radiation Therapeutics

Student Organizations

Saint Louis University offers many opportunities for student involvement, and our students are encouraged to participate in these activities. These activities include organizations, facilities and events that encompass the student life. For more information please visit SLU's Activities, Clubs and Student Organizations website.

In response to a growing undergraduate population, students in the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics have formed a student club to foster networking and camaraderie, among majors. The inaugural meeting was held October 21, 2004. The club, run by students, for students, is open to all Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics majors and provides students with the opportunity to organize, socialize, and develop relationships that support their academic and professional endeavors.




Program Specific - Student Activity

Students in radiation therapy are encouraged to join the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). Many scholarships are available to students that have been a member for one year. Information on student memberships can be found at

Student memberships in the Missouri Society of Radiologic Technologists, and the Illinois State Society of Radiologic Technologists, are also available. Click on the websites for more information.

Nuclear Medicine Technology students are encouraged to join and participate in the functions of the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM). The SNM offers many scholarship opportunities and membership rates for students are minimal. To find out more, visit:

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