I heard of it through the website michworks gives you to look for schools which is http://www.mycareereducation.org
and it didn't give much information either I so I called up to nexcare and also looked at there website. Which didn't help either. I wouldn't trust an unaccredited school either. Oakland university has a lpn program at St. John Riverview Hospital in Detroit. They are currently accepting apps for Jan. 2011 class and the deadline is 9/1/10. Oakland website is Home - Oakland University
The program cost is $14,000 + books and supplies (an additional $1290).
Last edit by msbac on Jun 13, '10
: Reason: more information
Approval and accreditation are 2 totally different things. Accreditation is very important, and I wouldn't pay 15 grand if the school doesn't have it, sorry. Baker has been seeking accreditation for years now, and still can't get it. It takes a while, and they don't just hand it out to any school that applies. Your best/safest bet is a community college or a university. I would never invest money in a school that charges so much but yet offers very little.
That's the Nation League for Nursing/Accreditation.... notice there are no everest institutes or nexcare schools on there. Beware of what you're getting yourself into.
Last edit by LauJen on Jun 15, '10