Community college is your best bet. University is way expensive, and not necessary. But a hospital-based program doesn't always give you the book knowledge you need to pass the state boards. Most job markets right now for radiology are very saturated and jobs are hard to find though. My advice would be to go into ultrasound (its still high in demand) or to get degrees in many modalities such as diagnostic, MRI, CT, and others, to give yourself something the other candidates won't have, versatility.
I'm a Registered Radiologic Technologist.