LPN/LVN Schools in North Carolina

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LPN/LVN Schools in North Carolina offering certificate lengths of less than two years:

SchoolCityRecent Annual Graduates
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community CollegeAsheville40
Beaufort County Community CollegeWashington14
Bladen Community CollegeDublin22
Brunswick Community CollegeBolivia19
Carteret Community CollegeMorehead City5
Central Carolina Community CollegeSanford53
Cleveland Community CollegeShelby10
Coastal Carolina Community CollegeJacksonville16
College of the AlbemarleElizabeth City18
Craven Community CollegeNew Bern14
Davidson County Community CollegeThomasville18
Durham Technical Community CollegeDurham22
Edgecombe Community CollegeTarboro12
Fayetteville Technical Community CollegeFayetteville37
Forsyth Technical Community CollegeWinston Salem43
Gaston CollegeDallas26
Guilford Technical Community CollegeJamestown19
Halifax Community CollegeWeldon12
Isothermal Community CollegeSpindale26
James Sprunt Community CollegeKenansville14
Lenoir Community CollegeKinston5
Mayland Community CollegeSpruce Pine16
McDowell Technical Community CollegeMarion68
Montgomery Community CollegeTroy65
Nash Community CollegeRocky Mount11
Richmond Community CollegeHamlet17
Robeson Community CollegeLumberton13
Rockingham Community CollegeWentworth27
Rowan-Cabarrus Community CollegeSalisbury21
Sampson Community CollegeClinton14
Sandhills Community CollegePinehurst17
South Piedmont Community CollegePolkton8
Southeastern Community CollegeWhiteville25
Surry Community CollegeDobson14
Vance-Granville Community CollegeHenderson26
Wayne Community CollegeGoldsboro18
Wilson Community CollegeWilson15

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

SchoolAvg. Net PricePrice RangeDaycareWeekendsSome Online
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College11,2589,353 - 14,840YesYesYes
Beaufort County Community College9,6099,274 - 11,608--Yes
Bladen Community College9,1459,145 - 9,646--Yes
Brunswick Community College7,6067,157 - 8,236-YesYes
Carteret Community College7,2857,285 - 10,926--Yes
Central Carolina Community College9,4718,946 - 9,847-YesYes
Cleveland Community College613,611-YesYes
Coastal Carolina Community College8,8058,732 - 9,630--Yes
College of the Albemarle6,7236,121 - 7,246--Yes
Craven Community College9,5534,543 - 9,553-YesYes
Davidson County Community College7,4486,873 - 12,366-YesYes
Durham Technical Community College4,9844,499 - 8,210-YesYes
Edgecombe Community College7,5617,264 - 8,973-YesYes
Fayetteville Technical Community College4,5954,506 - 7,252YesYesYes
Forsyth Technical Community College5,7565,310 - 10,039-YesYes
Gaston College10,7969,989 - 12,716YesYesYes
Guilford Technical Community College12,72212,386 - 17,563YesYesYes
Halifax Community College3,1342,789 - 8,075YesYesYes
Isothermal Community College6,4965,990 - 6,795--Yes
James Sprunt Community College6,9416,361 - 10,034-YesYes
Lenoir Community College5,7444,966 - 8,551-YesYes
Mayland Community College10,6759,928 - 15,026--Yes
McDowell Technical Community College5,3454,943 - 10,080YesYesYes
Montgomery Community College5,5044,081 - 6,163--Yes
Nash Community College6,3446,059 - 10,933Yes-Yes
Richmond Community College6,5796,428 - 7,559--Yes
Robeson Community College7,4657,465 - 8,509--Yes
Rockingham Community College7,4167,208 - 8,145-YesYes
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College5,0034,749 - 9,155-YesYes
Sampson Community College10,91810,041 - 10,918--Yes
Sandhills Community College9,0778,528 - 10,189-YesYes
South Piedmont Community College7,8327,466 - 8,606-YesYes
Southeastern Community College7,9907,897 - 12,282YesYesYes
Surry Community College9,0128,433 - 9,330-YesYes
Vance-Granville Community College8,3597,411 - 12,680YesYesYes
Wayne Community College3,8553,855 - 5,473YesYesYes
Wilson Community College8,3877,952 - 12,868--Yes

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

"I choose this school because it had a 98% passage rate for the nursing state boards. This school was also located in close proximity to my house. I do feel that this was the right decision."
"I chose this school for my LPN because I did their STNA program, and it was affordable and it's hours fit with my schedule. I will continue on to become an RN, but if I were to do it again, I would just go straight into an RN program and save time and money."
"I wanted to make a difference in the world. I love caring for people. I am a compassionate person. I made the best decision ever this was a private school."
"I chose this school because i was able to complete my course while attending high school. I saved time and money by attending this course through my senior year."
"I chose to complete my LVN certification at Victoria College, because it was a program that had an extensive history of providing a great program that prepared you for the medical field. Distance was also a factor, because the closet program besides Victoria was almost two hours away."

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

"I was surprised at their reputation. Majority of the healthcare jobs have heard of and will hire nurses that graduated from there over someone who went to another school."
"I was surprised at their reputation. Majority of the healthcare jobs have heard of and will hire nurses that graduated from there over someone who went to another school."
"I was surprised by how helpful the school was in finding job placement for me after graduation."
"College is nothing like the real deal work area. Clinical did help make college and the floor combine to make it real."
"What surprised me the most was the cost of the course, because i chose to do it through my high school i did not have to pay but if i had chosen to go on my own i would have had to pay a few thousands of dollars."
"Victoria College required a sigificant number of prerequisite courses that were not required in other programs. Having said that those extra prerequisites helped prepare me for the field."

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

"Most jobs that paid well wanted a person who was already enrolled into an RN program. I was unable to find a job in a hospital setting. I am currently working in a nursing home under the supervision of an RN."
"My job hunting experience was quit simple. I had already knew what field I wanted to be in which was the MRDD field. I applied at a group home that my mother was the director of nursing at."
"My job hunt was a very good experience. My mom was a nurse at a home a got me a job very easily"
"It was not too difficult to find a job after my program. Nursing is a program that is constantly in need and there are many hospitals and nursing homes near where i lived."
"Most places in my area are searching for registered nurses. After extensive searching I found a job working in one of the ERs here in town.I had difficulty finding open spots because jobs were taken and not opening up."