springfield IL nursing schools

  1. [font="fixedsys"] i have heard there is a lpn program in springfield il that you complete in nine months. has anyone heard of it and where do i get the info?
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  3. by   lildk77
    Hello, Yes there is uts capital area school of practical nursing its located on toronta road right off interstate 55. I went to this school and graduted in one year with having the summer off. hope this helps
  4. by   meownsmile
    Lincoln Land community college also offers a LPN program. They also offer a bridge for LPN to RN. Might be worth taking a look at also.
  5. by   valifay
    CASPN offers a 9 month program starting each august. 1 year if you start in January. (both full time only) You have to test to get in and its a first come first serve basis. LLCC also has a program (3 semesters, I think)that may work better if you plan to go part time. Currently LLCC has a waitlist for 2007. So depending on your situation, you might want to sign up soon.
  6. by   sphinx4
    Does anyone know how long the wait list is to get into LLCC's RN program?
  7. by   nurse555
    A friend of mine just started her pre reqs there and will likely start her nursing program next fall from what her advisor told her.
  8. by   Moonglo
    I graduated from llcc's ADN program this may. I was accepted to the nursing program less than 3 months after I applied but I also had all my prereq. done. Most of my fellow classmates had about 6 months waiting. However the LPN bridge students that joined second year said they waited about a year.

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