LPN/LVN Schools in Arizona

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Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)

SchoolAvg. Net PricePrice RangeDaycareWeekendsSome Online
Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix13,0618,557 - 17,514-YesYes
Chandler-Gilbert Community College8,9157,381 - 12,186-YesYes
East Valley Institute of Technology9,0167,370 - 10,055---
Estrella Mountain Community College7,7236,881 - 11,540-YesYes
GateWay Community College7,9327,530 - 12,434YesYesYes
Glendale Community College7,8577,012 - 11,919--Yes
Maricopa Skill Center11,42911,429 - 14,990-Yes-
Mesa Community College8,8218,077 - 12,260Yes-Yes
Paradise Valley Community College8,4286,877 - 11,544--Yes
Phoenix College7,9487,595 - 12,521YesYesYes
Scottsdale Community College9,2668,247 - 12,728-YesYes
Southwest Skill Center-Campus of Estrella Mountain Community College16,27213,883 - 16,700-Yes-

Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?

"It was located in the town that I live in and I was able to take the classes for free. I think it was the right decision because I was able to further my knowledge without spending money."
"This was the most economical way for me to re-train and obtain a job. Plus, a Nursing Assistant was a job that offered me many businesses to apply for."

What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?

"The instructors were all women, which I found surprising, especially in this day and age. Furthermore, in a class of 35 students, there were only 2 men enrolled. I honestly expected there to be a more equal amount of men and women wanting to pursue a career as a CNA."
"The instructors were all women, which I found surprising, especially in this day and age. Furthermore, in a class of 35 students, there were only 2 men enrolled. I honestly expected there to be a more equal amount of men and women wanting to pursue a career as a CNA."
"The classes were not as hard as I had thought they would be. They actually required minimal effort from me."

How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?

"I was actually offered a job because my family member already worked at a facility and was able to get me in the door. Finding a job wasn't a huge priority for me at the time so I didn't work too hard to find one. Ultimately the job wasn't for me so I ended up changing fields entirely and getting a B.A."
"Once I understood the various business opportunities available, it helped me to narrow down my choices. I fine-tuned my resume', and applied to only the businesses were I wanted to work."