Student Lab Volunteer Sessions

Volunteer Sessions (Student Labs) for Fall 2016

Who can volunteer? Anyone who is willing to assist the Sonography student's with their education and training. You are the "patient" for the session!

Volunteer sessions are 1 hour in length. All volunteers are scanned by experienced, credentialed faculty members as well as a student or students who are in various stages of their sonography education.

When you arrive for your Volunteer Session, you will complete highlighted portions of your Sonography Waiver form. At the end of your session you will receive the yellow copy of the Waiver form. You should retain your copy of the Waiver form for documentation for extra credit and/or for your Application Packet if you plan to apply to a Sonography Program.

Sonography student labs are non-diagnostic; the scans are not "read" by a physician.*

  • Round Rock Campus, Building 3000, Room 3228 (second floor)
    • Cardiac and Vascular Sonography: contact the DCS Clinical Coordinator at 512-223-0294 for times and appointments for the Diagnostic Cardiac and Vascular Program sessions.
    • DCS days: vary during the semester (call for current schedule)
    • VT day: Thursday
  • Eastview Campus, Building 9000, Room 9203 (second floor)
    • Medical and Vascular Sonography: contact the DMVS Clinical Coordinator at 512-223-5945 for times, appointments, and scan preparations for the Diagnostic Medical and Vascular Program sessions
    • DMS days: Monday
    • VT day: Wednesday

Types of scans performed in the Sonography Programs student labs:

  • DCS Program scans: adult heart (echocardiogram)
  • DMS Program scans: abdominal organs (liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, vessels), female pelvis (uterus, ovaries), and pregnancy (contact the DMS Clinical Coordinator for special requirements for obstetric scan volunteers).
  • VT Program scans: arteries and veins throughout the body (carotid arteries, leg arteries and veins, arm arteries and veins, abdominal arteries and veins).

*Individuals with a medical complaint (current health problem) are not accepted and should seek medical care from a licensed healthcare provider.