Start a career in nursing!
A licensed vocational nurse (LVN) works under the supervision and direction of registered nurses and doctors to administer basic nursing care. LVNs may work in hospitals, long-term care facilities, hospice or home residential care facilities.
Our program helps students acquire important nursing knowledge and skills that prepare them for a career in healthcare. Once students have completed the program, they can take the NCLEX-PN exam to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).
Our vocational nursing program provides a comprehensive educational journey, merging classroom lectures, simulation lab activities, and clinical training within a supportive learning environment.
Students will receive clinical training in various patient care settings, including hospitals, out-patient clinics, and long-term care facilities. These rotations will cover adult, pediatrics, geriatrics, maternity, and sub-acute care.
How to Apply
- Fill out our contact form or meet us in person to start the registration process.
- Complete our registration forms and submit all required documents to us on time.
- Schedule an ATI TEAS exam. Students must pass with a proficient score of 60% or above.
- Meet with Dr. Ignacio (VN Program Director) for career planning.
Student applicants must:
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Provide a government photo ID and social security card.
- Complete a physical assessment form/TB test.
- Pass a criminal background check (Live Scan).
- Submit their High School Diploma or GED.
The VN program is $42,000 and includes Tuition, ATI and Swift River Platform, Registration Fee, STRF – Nonrefundable, Uniforms, Textbook/Materials/Etc, and NCLEX.
Our full-time VN program can be completed within 13 months, while our part-time VN program takes about 18-20 months.
Our pass rate for the third quarter of 2022 is 81.82% (NCLEX – First Attempt).
Yes, we evaluate credits from any accredited school on a case-by-case basis, ensuring they closely match our course outline. These courses must be completed within five years from the time of application to our vocational nursing program.