LPN at Davenport/Mott/Dorsey. My Options. Your opinions?

  1. 0 I'm interested in Davenport because I have credits that should transfer.
    Same with Mott.
    Dorsey seems like a real sketch deal based on reviews I've seen, although the MIBON recognizes them as a certificate granting institution.

    Does anyone have experience with the LPN program in any of these schools?
    What's the competition and admission like?
    Any suggestions?

    I'm honestly not even sure where to start.

    It's been a couple years since I've been on these boards, my apologies if I've got this all in the wrong spot.

    Thnaks for the help!
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    From 'Bay City, MI, US'; Joined May '10; Posts: 49; Likes: 14.

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  4. Visit  jmo1968 profile page
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    I just graduated from Dorsey's LPN program in June. It is a good program taught by registered nurses. It is fast paced so I would advise you to go part time. Classes are for six weeks per module. The year flew by for me. The only drawback is that it is expensive; at least 25,000. It is accredited by the Michigan Board of Nursing.
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    Dorsey's price went up now but, they are working to make the program better and better. I graduate in May from Dorsey.


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