Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Current Students

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Earning a degree in the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program leads to a thrilling career. As an electroneurodiagnostic technologist, you'll uncover answers to questions about unusual brain activity and the nervous system.

To set our current students up for success in this program, we offer detailed compliance guidelines, orientation and registration information, and a student handbook.

Priority registration information has been sent to you via email for the upcoming semester. Please choose one group and register for all courses listed, unless you are advised by program faculty to do otherwise. Keep the following information in mind when registering for your next semester's classes:

  • Priority registration information has been sent to you via email mail for the upcoming semester.
  • Register for classes through MyHub
  • Remember to run your degree audit (through MyHub) to ensure you are on track for graduation.
     
    Questions? Call 319-398-5566 or visit Allied Health in 2164 Linn Hall for assistance.

Please visit the Compliance Guide in Talon with your Program Handbook, you can get started on collecting some of the documentation (Physical, immunizations, etc.) that are listed. Please do not order your background check or create your Certified Background account until after the Technical Program Orientation.

 

YOU MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY TECHNICAL PROGRAM ORIENTATION. THIS WILL BE HELD on Wednesday, August 10, 2022 starting at 12:30 pm at the END Technology Classroom . The classroom is located on the lower level or Roy Carver Pavilion at UIHC. Take elevator E to the ground floor and take a right.

 

Please note, this orientation is program-specific and separate from new student orientation. Please refer to the compliance section in the program handbook on Talon for the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Program.

To access the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program Student Handbook, current students can log in to Talon and find the handbook housed in "Ongoing" courses. 

Please keep in mind that policies and procedures may change during your time in the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program. All changes will be communicated immediately by the program director.

 


Questions? 

  • Contact the Allied Health Department at 319-398-5566 or 2164 Linn Hall.