At ARRT, we know that educators want to help their students succeed in the profession. That includes helping students obtain ARRT certification and registration.

To do so, educators must always have access to the most up-to-date information from ARRT. Use the links below to view and download PDFs, handbooks, governing documents, and other materials that will help you help your students. If you have questions, call us at 651.687.0048, then choose the option for earning an ARRT credential.  

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If you’re a Program Director, you can log into our Program Directors' website to:

  • Get information on program requirements, advanced placement, completion verification, reports, and statistics. 
  • Find an overview of the online application process and approve or reject ARRT account requests from students. 
  • Order primary applications for students who will apply using a paper application.


Most students can apply online for certification and registration. Log in to the Program Directors' website to learn about the online application process, including which students must continue to use paper applications. 

If you need paper applications for primary pathway disciplines (Radiography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, MRI, and Sonography), you can request them on the Program Directors' website.

Individuals pursuing credentials using the postprimary pathway will access the application through their online accounts. 

R.T.s can access the R.R.A. application through their ARRT online account, under the Resources tab. For additional information, view the R.R.A. application instruction packet (which contains the CR-1 form and the CR-2 forms). 


Visit our video library and watch videos on a range of topics, including certification and registration, applying with ARRT, ethics, examination, and more.


We regularly publish a newsletter for educators and send an email with a link to all educators who opt in. You can view previous articles at any time:


ARRT’s psychometric expertise in developing test items is available to educators, too. Check out our item writing manual as a valuable tool for your own test development efforts.