LPN Programs in Ohio


Licensed practical nurses work under the supervision of registered nurses and doctors in Ohio and elsewhere. They provide direct patient care in hospitals, nursing homes and private medical and dental practices.

Before you can work as an Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Ohio or elsewhere, however, you first need the right training, and to get registered.

State Approval for Ohio LPN Programs

There are several on and offline LPN classes in Ohio, but before you sign up for any of them, you will need to ensure that they are accredited by the Ohio State Board of Nursing. That means that the course content is in line with the curriculum requirements of the state, and that when you finish, you will be eligible to get certified and registered as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

How Certification for LPN’s in Ohio Works

As an LPN, you will work directly with patients in a variety of medical settings, providing care and monitoring their condition. As such, the job of an LPN combines a high level of personal responsibility, technical skill, and physical ability.

In order to register as an LPN in Ohio, you will need to undergo certain background checks, have completed an approved LPN program, and have passed the NCLEX-PN exam. That exam is designed to test your practical and theoretical competency.

Once you’ve done all of that, you will be eligible to register with the State Board of Nursing, and work as an LPN anywhere in Ohio.

Outlook and Earnings for LPN’s in Ohio

As with most parts of the US, the growing demand for high quality care, particularly for the aged, is driving a huge demand for healthcare professionals, including LPNs in Ohio. Of course, jobs may be easier to come by in larger cities, but this is one of the more stable and desirable career fields out there right now.

Salaries for Licensed Practical Nurses in Ohio are a little lower than the national average, but you can still expect to earn around $40,000, depending on where you work, and your level of experience and skill.

When you get started as an LPN in Ohio, you will be working under the supervision of an RN or doctor, but over time, you might find that you want to qualify as a registered nurse yourself. Your LPN training course will be taken into account when you apply, and you might even get course credits for prior learning.

Accredited LPN Schools, Training Classes & Programs in Ohio

Akron School of Practical Nursing

1532 Peckham Street
Akron, OH 44320
(330) 873-3355

This school has been in existence for approximately 165 years and it provides free all-day kindergarten for children of students and the surrounding communities. If you need to keep physically active there are athletic programs you can participate in.  The LPN program is ten months long and you can apply for financial aid to assist with your payments.

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Apollo School of Practical Nursing

3325 Shawnee Road
Lima, OH 45806
(419) 998-2975

This school financial aid options for its students. Some courses in you practical nursing program are also available online where you can study at home. The licensed practical nursing program lasts for ten months with 1326 hours of instruction. There is a job placement service and career counseling also made available to students.

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Applied Technology Systems, Inc. Job Corps Center Practical Nursing Program

13421 Coit Road
Education Building
Cleveland, OH 44110
(216) 541-7760

This is a government training LVN program. It’s a four quarter program and guess what? It’s absolutely free. All books, supplies, uniform and tuition are provided for the students at no cost at all. You must, however, be between the ages of seventeen and twenty four to be eligible to enter the program.

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Athena Career Academy Practical Nursing Program

5700 Monroe Street, Suite 2
Sylvania, OH 43560
(419) 289-1119

You must pass the HOBET entrance exams with a score of 55% or higher to enter this licensed practical nursing program. The program is one year in length and students can apply throughout the year as there is no waiting list. Federal Pell grant, Federal Direct Loan, subsidized, unsubsidized, Parents loans and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) are all available aids for those who qualify.

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ATS Institute of Technology Practical Nursing Program
325 Alpha Park
Highland Heights, OH 44143
(440) 449-1700

Their Practical Nursing (PN) program admits new students 3 times a year. The program is covered in three semesters (11 months). Clinical training is first practiced in simulated laboratory before being exercised in real life clinical settings including long-term care facilities and hospitals. The classes are taken in their Chicago Campus.

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Auburn Practical Nursing Program

8140 Auburn Road
Concord Township, OH 44077
(440) 357-7542 x8379

Financial aid is made available through the workforce education office and students can speak with an advisor about their options. Student services include counseling, vocational development, placement services, career development and management. The licensed practical nursing program is 1200 hours of instructions.

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Beckfield College Practical Nursing Program

225 Pictoria Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 671-1920

This LPN program is fifteen months long and students are awarded a diploma upon completion. The program can also be completed in less time, depending on the amount of credits transferred into the program. Students are encouraged to speak to a financial aid advisor about their financial aid options.

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Belmont Technical College Practical Nursing Program

120 Fox-Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
(740) 695-9500

This practical nursing program is completed in one year for the day classes and twenty one months for the evening program. There is a football program on campus for those who like sports. Other activities are clubs and associations that students can join. There are scholarship and other financial aid options. A library I son campus.

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Brown Mackie College Practical Nursing Program – Findlay

1700 Fostoria Avenue, Suite 100
Findlay, OH 45840
(419) 423-2211

There are jobs available on campus here through the career department. They also offer tutoring and academic advising. A bookstore is available for nursing supplies and the library is available for your reference needs. The LPN program is sixteen months with one course being completed every month.

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Buckeye Hills Career Center Practical Nursing School

P.O. Box 157, 351 Buckeye Hills Road
Rio Grande, OH 45674
(740) 245-5334 x205

The LPN full time program is one year in length while the part time program is twenty one months. There is a high school program available through this campus. You will need to have two criminal background checks; one before the clinical rotations start and the other to be done afterwards. You will also need to do an alcohol and drug screen.

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Butler Tech Program of Practical Nurse Education

3603 Hamilton-Middletown Road
Hamilton, OH 45011

This licensed practical nursing program is done weekdays full time with a total of 1400 hours of classroom, clinical trials and labs. Jobs are available through the career center so students can work while they study if they have the time. There are many financial aid opportunities including Federal grants and loans, Trade Adjustment Act, WIA, Bureau of vocational Rehabilitation and scholarships.

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Canton City Schools Practical Nurse Program

116 McKinley Avenue NW
Canton, OH 44702
(330) 453-3271

This school was opened in 1967 and offer the licensed practical nursing program through day time classes which last for eleven months and evening classes which last for twenty three months. Students can sign up a free FAFSA form or apply for student loans. Tutoring is available to students who need help.

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Central Ohio Technical College Practical Nursing Program

1179 University Drive
Newark, OH 43055
(740) 366-9285

Some of the services offered at this school are webmail, bookstore library, bookstore, counseling, IT support, dining and housing.  There are athletic programs and other recreation that students can partake of. The college also provides internships for students who need practical experience. Financial aid is available to students in the one year LPN program.

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Central School of Practical Nursing, Inc.

4600 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103
(216) 391-8434

All students living in this county will receive a scholarship of no less than $500. The LPN program is a one year program that has been around for over 70 years. Students attend classes four days per week and can apply for Pell grants, Stafford Loans and scholarships. Students may need to take entrance exams when they apply.

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Choffin School of Practical Nursing

200 East Wood Street
Youngstown, OH 44503
(330) 744-8723

Some of the nursing course at this school can be done part-time but the LVN program itself is a full time program that is completed in ten months with 1400 hours of instructions. There is a high school program, English for foreigners and a GED program, all offered at this school. Free FAFSA form is available.

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Cincinnati State Great Oaks School of Practical Nursing

3254 East Kemper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241
(513) 612-5823

There are athletics, health and fitness programs for students who like the active lifestyle. Parking, dining, bookstore and other student services and activities are available. The licensed practical nursing program is a one year program that has both day and evening classes.  Non-residents pay double the tuition what state residents pay.

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Clark State Community College Practical Nurse Program

570 East Leffel Lane
Springfield, OH 45505
(937) 328-8078

The foundation for this college offers quite a lot of scholarships opportunities for its students. Other grants and loans are also available for students who qualify. The LPN program has a full time day package of twelve months completion time and a part time evening and weekend package of twenty one months completion time.

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Collins Career Center Program in Practical Nursing

11627 State Route 243
Chesapeake, OH 45619
(740) 532-7405

There are two LPN programs available at this school. There is the eleven month program and the thirteen month program. Students choose their program depending on their personal schedules.  Available student financial aid includes Pell grants, Workforce Investment Act (WIA), student loans among others. The career center will assist with job search and career planning.

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Columbus School of Practical Nursing

North Adult Education Center
2323 Lexington Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211
(614) 365-6000

Pell grants, Plus loans, Stafford loans, other subsidized and unsubsidized loans are available for students who qualify. The LPN program is three trimesters long. Candidates must meet required TEAS score to enter program. Students can get assistance with the entrance test, preparation available through ABLE transitions program.

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Columbus State Community College Practical Nurse Program

550 East Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43216
(614) 287-5764

This licensed practical nursing program is a five semester part time evening and weekend classes only. On this campus there are athletics, fitness and wellness programs. Because housing is not offered the school has offered a list of nearby apartments that students can rent. There is however, food services provided for students.

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Cuyahoga Community College Division of Nursing Education

Practical Nursing Program
2900 Community College Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-3196
(216) 987-4067

Student services include a bookstore, counseling and career services. Some of the financial aid options available are the federal work study program, grants, loans and scholarships.  This licensed practical nursing program is a one year certificate program conducted days and evenings. Admissions are first come first served basis depending on available space.

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Eastern Gateway Community College School of Practical Nursing

4000 Sunset Boulevard
Steubenville, OH 43952
(740) 264-5591 x231

This licensed practical nursing certificate program is completed in one year and students attend classes during weekdays. There are many financial aid options such as Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG), Pell grant, Veterans benefits, federal work study, FSEOG, state grants, scholarships and loans. Other student services are available including a library.

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EHOVE School of Practical Nursing

EHOVE Career Center
316 West Mason Road
Milan, OH 44846
(419) 499-4663 x231

Students have the option of studying this practical nursing certificate program full time for twelve months or part time for two years. Their career services include career testing, career plan and employment assistance. There are scholarships and other financial aid opportunities available to students who qualify. Students have access to a library for their reference needs.

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ETI Technical College Practical Nursing Program

2076 Youngstown-Warren Road
Niles, OH 44446
(330) 652-9919

This school offers free online tutorials and lessons. Their practical nursing program can be completed in either 45 weeks full time or 75 weeks part time. A library, bookstore, career services and more are made available to its students. Also available are scholarships, Pell grants, FSEOG, William D. Ford direct loans and much more.

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Felbry College Licensed Practical Nurse Program

1900 Polaris Parkway, Suite 475
Columbus, OH 43240
(614) 781-1085

This school is dedicated to teaching only nursing programs. Their licensed practical nursing program is four quarters in length. Admissions requirements include immunization records, alcohol and drug screen, complete BCI and FBI investigations.  Students may need to do entrance exams and pre courses before being admitted.

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Fortis College School of Nursing Practical Nursing Program

555 E. Alex-Bell Road
Centerville, OH 45459
(937) 260-4838

Financial aid is available but student must speak with an advisor about their options. The school offers employment assistance. Students in the licensed practical nursing program can choose to upgrade their certification to become a registered nurse and take the NCLEX-PN licensing examinations and start working immediately.

Fortis College Practical Nursing Program

11499 Chester Road
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 771-2795

Students can access their information twenty four hours per day via their online portal. They can access their financial information, academic records or communicate with teachers. After completing your LPN program you can get employment assistance through their career services department. There are some courses that may be completed online.

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Fortis College Practical Nursing Program

2545 Bailey Road
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
(330) 923-9959

Through the career services department students can get resume assistance, job search and counseling. Students in the licensed practical nursing program can get financial assistance by speaking with an advisor. There are several other campuses in this group of schools that are located throughout the state. Access all your academic and financial info online.

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Fortis College Practical Nursing Program

653 Enterprise Parkway
Ravenna, OH 44266
(330) 297-7319

All applicants into the LPN program must attend a personal interview with the admissions staff. You can apply for financial aid as soon as you make your application to the program. Your online portal is available twenty four hours so that you can track your resume, access your financial info and communicate with your teachers and other staff members. You also get webmail.

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Fortis College Practical Nursing Program

4151 Executive Parkway, Suite 120
Westerville, OH 43081
(614) 882-2551

Students who are enrolled into the practical nursing program can get financial aid by speaking with the financial aid advisor. Speak with them early to know if you qualify. Upon completion of your program you can get assistance in finding a job through the career services department. Let them help you with formatting your resume and plan your future as a practical nurse.

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Great Oaks School of Practical Nursing

3254 East Kemper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241
(513) 771-8810

Earn college credits while you study to become licensed practical nurse. This school offers career planning and placement. There is an online library where students have access to reference information. Financial aid options are foundations scholarships, federal grant and loans. International student are welcome to apply. GED program is available for those without the necessary high school credentials.

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The Hannah E. Mullins School of Practical Nursing

230 North Lincoln Avenue, Suite 3
Salem, OH 44460
(330) 332-8940

This LPN program is a forty four weeks full time program. All students are encouraged to attend and enrollment information meeting to learn more about the admissions process. Prerequisite for the nursing program is the intro to medical terminology course. Several options exist for financial assistance such as WIA, Pell grants, Veterans education benefits, Direct subsidized and unsubsidized loans.

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Hocking Technical College Nursing Technology Career Ladder Program

(Practical Nursing Program)
3301 Hocking Parkway
Nelsonville, OH 45764-9704
(740) 753-6350

The  four quarters diploma licensed practical nursing program is a part of a two year RN program where candidates choose to graduate early and are awarded either a CNA certificate or the LPN diploma depending on their grades. The campus has police in place to keep students safe. Housing, health care, dining, career services are available among others. Financial aid is also available via scholarships, grants and loans.

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Hondros College, School of Nursing

Practical Nursing Program
7600 Tylers Place Boulevard
West Chester, OH 45069
(800) 783-0095

Some of the courses in this LPN program are available online. The program is four terms long and this school helps students to find employment after they graduate. Students can join the alumni association. There is a free FAFSA form you can fill out after you have perused your financial aid options.

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James A. Rhodes College Practical Nursing Program

4240 Campus Drive
Lima, OH 45804
(419) 995-8218

The college opened its doors in 1969 with 49 students and has grown to over 3000 per year. To date the school has graduated over 13,000 students. They offer athletics programs, a bookstore, counseling services and a cafeteria. The licensed practical nursing program is a one year certificate program and students are welcome to apply for financial assistance.

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The Knoedler School of Practical Nurse Education

1565 Route 167
Jefferson, OH 44047
(440) 576-5545

This LPN program lasts for eleven months and has an added externship program. All students, regardless of residency status, pay the same amount of tuition and fees. There is an alumni association that students are encouraged to join. The school also has a workforce development program. Financial aid is available to students who qualify.

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Knox County Career Center Practical Nursing Program

308 Martinsburg Road
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050
(740) 393-2933

Students can apply for state and financial aid at this school. You can get a massage at the massage clinic by a student in the massage therapy program. It is a part of their practical training. This licensed practical nursing program is a twelve months program with classroom, clinical and labs training.

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Lincoln College of Technology Nursing Education Program

111 W. First St., Suite 700
Dayton, OH 45202
(937) 224-0061

The career services department offers career counseling and planning, resume and job search. For assistance with paying for your education there are scholarships, grants and loans you can apply for. You may also seek private funding if you wish. This LPN program is fifty one weeks in length with 1230 hours of instructions.

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Lorain County Community College Practical Nursing Program

1005 North Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035
(800) 995-5222, x4015

International students are welcome to apply at this school. Their licensed practical nursing program is a one year certificate program and students are asked to attend a financial aid filing fair I order to file your FAFSA forms electronically. Advisors will be at the fair to answer your questions. The school also has a guidance counselor.

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Marymount School of Practical Nursing

12300 McCracken Road
Garfield Heights, OH 44125
(216) 587-8160

In order to be accepted in the LPN program students must be CPR certified, undergo health screens and tests, be vaccinated and have criminal background checks. Students must seek private funding in order to assist them with their finances. Students who have been successful in the entrance exams will be asked to attend an information session.

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Miami – Jacobs Career College Practical Nursing Program

401 E. 3rd St.
Dayton, OH 45402
(937) 461-5174

School data for this LPN program shows a 91% job placement rate for graduates. For financial assistance students will attend a “discovery” session where an advisor will assist with putting together a financial aid package. Career services include developing a portfolio, resume writing assistance, job search and much more.

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Miami Valley Career Technology Center Program of Practical Nurse Education

6800 Hoke Road
Clayton, OH 45315
(937) 854-6297

This licensed practical nursing program is a forty four week  program with 1400 hours of instructions. Students must hold a valid STNA certificate and be CPR certified. Students must take physical exams and submit their immunization records. Pell grants, Stafford loans, WIA, Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) and much more financial options are available.

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Mid-East Career and Technology Centers, Adult Center for Education PN Program

400 Richards Road
Zanesville, OH 43701
(740) 455-3111, x147

Federal aid include Pell grants, subsidized and unsubsidized loans, Parent Plus loans and Stafford loans, Students who did not graduate high school must pass “ability to benefit” assessment in order to qualify for financial aid. The practical nursing program is forty two weeks long with 1248 hours of classroom, labs and clinical instructions.

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Mid-East Career and Technology Centers, Zanesville Campus High School PN Program

400 Richards Road
Zanesville, OH 43701
(740) 455-3111, x147

This school offers adult education programs such as the GED for students who need to enter a program but do not have ONE. They also have a pre-school children center. Their LPN program job placement rate stands at 100% and students earn 24 college credits towards a BA in Health Care Management. Financial aid is available.

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Nancy J. Knight School of Nursing

Practical Nursing Program
2280 State Route 540
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
(937) 599-3010 x1400

This licensed practical nursing program is forty four weeks long with 1400 hours of instructions. Prerequisites courses are required and students must pass the work keys testing, submit a state and federal background check and four references. There are adult and GED programs available. Students can choose from the financial aid options and join the alumni association.

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North Central State College Practical Nurse Program

2441 Kenwood Circle
Mansfield, OH 44906
(419) 755-4800

The same tuition and fees apply to all student whether in or out of state. The LPN program is a one year certificate program. Student services include child care, career development, a bookstore, computer labs, counseling and tutoring. Among the financial assistance options is the work study program.

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Northcoast Medical Training Academy Practical Nursing Program

1832 State Route 59
Kent, OH 44240
(330) 678-6600

This school teaches only medical and health care programs. The licensed practical nursing program is a one year program which includes hands on clinical experience and NCLEX-PN exam preparation on campus to ensure the students success. They also have an employment placement service. Financial aid is available with free FAFSA form.

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Northwest State Community College Practical Nursing Program

22-600 State Route 34
Archbold, OH 43502
(419) 267-1246

This school provides community programs, child care, a bookstore, library, campus work program, student resource center and more. The LPN program is a twelve month certificate program that is studied on a full time basis, however, a part time program is also available along with financial aid options for those who qualify.

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Ohio Institute of Allied Health Practical Nursing Program

2380 Bellbrook Avenue
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 372-3454

The financial options available at this school are in-house and not through federal or state aid and students must speak with the advisor. The LPN program is a one year program and other medical programs are also offered. This school is a non-profit institution with very small class sizes to ensure personal attention for each student.

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Ohio Medical Career Center Practical Nursing Education Program

1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Boulevard, Suite 110
Dayton, OH 45408
(937) 567-8880

There are two different groups for this LPN program. There is the day time group and the evening group. Both programs are forty weeks in length with 60 credits required for graduation. Students must be a CNA, pass prerequisite medical terminology course, have CPR certification along with other requirements. There are veterans benefits, WIA and other financial aid options available.

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Owens Community College Practical Nurse Program

PO Box 10000
Toledo, OH 43699
(567) 661-7338

Available at this school are distance learning, advising, a testing service, student activities, clubs, organizations and a fitness center. Students can apply for grants, loans, work study and scholarships to assist with tuition. The licensed practical nursing program is three semesters for 43 credits.

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Pickaway-Ross County JVSD Practical Nursing Education Program

C/O VA Medical Center
Dennewitz Hall, Building 4
17273 State Route 104
Chillicothe, OH 45601
(740) 642-1440

High school and adult program are offered at this school. They also offer job placement, career assessment and counseling services. Federal aid, Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, WIA, Trade Adjustment Assistance and veterans benefits are all available here. You can join the full time daytime LPN program for one year or the two year part-time evening and weekend program.

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Pike County Career Technology Center Practical Nursing Program

175 Beaver Creek Road
P.O. Box 577
Piketon, OH 45661
(740) 289-4172

Student services include apprenticeship programs, job placement services, guidance counseling, and food services. Students must pass the work keys test before being accepted into the practical nursing program. Pell grants, veterans benefits and scholarships are available. The program is studied ten months full time.

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Portage Lakes Career Center W. Howard Nicol School of Practical Nursing
4401 Shriver Road
Uniontown, OH 44685
(330) 896-8105

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Practical Nursing Education Program
6685 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, OH 43229
(614) 825-6255

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Professional Skills Institute School of Practical Nursing

5115 Glendale Avenue
Toledo, OH 43614
(419) 720-6670

Students can access the campus via bus route, there is a bus stop nearby. For those students who drive there is parking available on campus. Pell grants, Stafford loans, subsidized and unsubsidized loans are available along with other private funding options. The LPN program is for forty eight weeks with day and evening classes.

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The Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing

530 North Lincoln Avenue
Alliance, OH 44601
(330) 829-2284

This practical nursing program is a two year program that is studied part time for 16-20 hours per week. This is the only program offered at this school so teachers give their full attention to students in the program. There are federal Pell grants, Stafford loans and WIA available here. Students must do a background check, submit all required documents no later than 30 days after the first day of class.

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Sandusky Career Center School of Practical Nursing

2130 Hayes Avenue
Sandusky, OH 44870
(419) 624-3260

Students can join any of the organizations on this campus including the choir and band. Athletics, dining and career planning are also offered as a part of the services to students. Pell grants, veterans benefits, Direct Stafford loans and other financial aid options are available. The LPN program can be studies full time for 44 weeks or part time for 88 weeks.

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The School of Nursing at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center

8001 Brecksville Road
Brecksville, OH 44141
(440) 746-8200

The LPN program here is offered both part time and full time for a total of 1400 hours, which include labs, clinical and classroom instruction. Foreigners need to have a GED in order to enroll in the program. All students must be CPR certified. Pell grants, loans, veterans benefits, NEALP and other financial aid sponsors are available to those who qualify.

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Scioto County JVS Practical Nursing Program

951 Vern Riffe Drive
Lucasville, OH 45648
(740) 259-5526

This school helps graduates with finding jobs. They also offer financial aid in the form of Pell grants, Federal Direct Loans, Federal Parent Loans. The practical nursing program is a full time eleven month program. Some courses may be accessible online through the student portal known as Moodle. Other career enhancement programs are available here.

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Southern State Community College Practical Nursing Program

100 Hobart Drive
Hillsboro, OH 45133
(937) 393-3431 x2640

This LVN program is completed in four quarters and requires 50 credits to graduate. They have a tutoring center, career services, advising, online learning and library. Financial aid is available and students are reminded that financial aid is not automatically renewed each year so they must re-apply.

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Stautzenberger College Practical Nursing Program

1796 Indian Wood Circle
Maumee, OH 43537
(419) 866-0261

This is a full time eighteen month licensed practical nursing program. Career services are offered to current students, alumni and help employers with suitable candidates from the program. A bookstore and shop are available so students can purchase their books and supplies. Financial aid is available.

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Toledo School of Practical Nursing

1530 N. Superior Street
Toledo, OH 43604
(419) 671-8706

Loans and other financial aid options are available. The LPN program is a one year certificate program that lasts for four quarters. First Aid and CPR certification are required in order to be admitted into the program. Tuition is standard for all students but out of state students must pay what is known as an out of state fee.

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Tri-Rivers Center for Adult Education in Nursing

333 E. Center Street
Marion, OH 43302
(740) 389-4682 x500

This school offers employment assistance and career counseling. There are organizations on campus that students can join. Some of the financial aid options are Pell grants, Direct loans, BVR, WIA, Trade Readjustment Assistance and Veterans benefits. Some of the practical nursing classes can be done online and the program is ten months long. Day or evening options are available.

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Trumbull Career and Technical Center School of Practical Nursing-Post Secondary

528 Educational Highway
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 847-0503

Students can join the alumni and other student organizations. Get assistance with employment though their career development services. Students in the LPN program must adhere to the dress code in order to remain in the program. Health and dental exams must be done. Students must meet all physical and mental requirements.

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Upper Valley Joint Vocational School of Practical Nursing

Stouder Center, Suite 1472
1100 Wayne Street
Troy, OH 45373
(937) 440-0550

Career support center will help you with your GED and refresher course and get you prepped for your college program. There are financial aid options such as practical nursing scholarships, Pell grants, Stafford loans, assistance from the school and more. The job placement rate for the LPN program, according to the school, is 93%.

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Washington State Community College Practical Nursing Education

710 Colegate Drive
Marietta, OH 45750
(740) 374-8716

Here you can do your LPN program in one year full time study or part time in two years. You can purchase books on campus from the bookstore, access the career services, utilize parking and join in any of the organizations. Entrance tests are required and students may have to do pre-course as well. Financial aid is available.

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Wayne County Joint Vocational High School Practical Nurse Program

518 West Prospect Street
Smithville, OH 44677
(330) 669-7030

This school offers both adult and high school programs. You are welcome to join the alumni association. The school was opened in 1969 and provides animal care and grooming to the public. There is a GED and an ESOL program there too along with career development programs. Students attend classes in the LPN program 5 days per week for 11 months or 3 evenings per week for 20 months.

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Willoughby Eastlake School of Practical Nursing

25 Public Square
Willoughby, OH 44094
(440) 602-5094

There are two licensed practical nursing programs available here. There is the program for high school seniors and the adult program which has a NCLEX pass rate of 98%. The program admits 75 students per year. Students attend classes for a total of thirty six weeks. There are financial aid options available to those who qualify.

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