I just wanted to offer my thoughts on MPI's LPN program. I read some negative comments about the school on this website and felt the need to share my experience. I was a student in their 2nd LPN program. I will admit it was the hardest year of school in my life, the classes were intense, but keep in mind its an accelerated 1 year program. Pharmacology and Microbiology was my favorite classes. Financial aid is available and student loans. The office staff is helpful with questions or concerns if you have any. The instructors to me became life long mentors, I still communicate with several of them and its been 3 years.
I passed their LPN NCLEX exam on the first try as did many of my classmates. Prospective students need to understand that its NOT easy and if you think that the school is going to hand you a diploma without earning it you are sadly mistaken. You need to be flexible with your schedule and have a solid support system if you want to succeed in the program. I am now a RN and I have to attest that the LPN program at MPI really prepared me.
Study every day, don't get behind, have a positive outlook and you WILL succeed.
I recommend this school to anyone who is serious about pursuing a career in nursing. If anyone wants to PM me I don't mind answering your questions.