The spread of COVID-19 has impacted how students learn. Traditionally, information is delivered face-to-face. In-person learning provides students the ability to engage, participate, and encourages one-on-one student-teacher interaction. Distanced learning has caused students to transition online due to the unprecedented spread of COVID-19. Classes are conducted via zoom, where students can join a class through a zoom meeting ID and password. The objective of this study is to analyze data gathered by the Radiologic Imaging department at New York City College of Technology on how students feel about this academic transition. This research aims to analyze the impact of COVID-19 on the academic and educational experience of Radiologic Imaging Students .We will analyze the Radiographic Imaging department's student’s ability to understand concepts via zoom as compared to an in-person class. The ability to understand radiographic concepts and apply them in the lab and clinic is crucial for the development of that student. Lab practice is a necessity to conceptualize topics and apply the material that was given to us to upskill our knowledge. Reducing the spread of COVID-19 is a substantial concern for everyone, but we aim to survey the impact of distanced learning and the change in the structure of these students’ academics and educational experiences.