lpn to rn programs in new york city

  1. Does anyone know any lpn to rn programs in new york city? If so, is there anyone in a program or graduated from one that can give me feedback you experienced in refrence to the structure, ect.
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  3. by   girls1
    I am not an Lpn but I do know of a few Lpn to Rn programs in NY. There is Bronx community college, Helen Fulde school of nursing (i'm not sure i spelled it right). IF anything, look up associate degree nursing programs on the department of educations page and call them up. many offer Lpn to rn programs.
    good luck
  4. by   chuck1234
    Quote from girls1
    I am not an Lpn but I do know of a few Lpn to Rn programs in NY. There is Bronx community college, Helen Fulde school of nursing (i'm not sure i spelled it right). IF anything, look up associate degree nursing programs on the department of educations page and call them up. many offer Lpn to rn programs.
    good luck
    I was an LPN, and I went to Helene Fuld College of Nursing. It is a year program if you are going for a full time program....the school also offers a part-time program. 1st, you must pass the entrance exam that consists of math, reading, writing and a NCLEX like exam.
    Good luck!!
  5. by   truejewel82
    La Guardia has a bridge LPN-RN program, there are a few LPN's in our RN program and I don't think they even have to do a entrance exam...:wink2:
  6. by   caffeineRx
    Any updates on LAGCC and Helene Fulde? How is the outlook for an LPN wanting to apply to their RN programs? I have passed 2 national entrance exams (TEAS and the NLN) in the 93rd/96th percentiles (nationwide) respectively. I don't know if this even matters..but I noticed one member mentioned there is testing in. Thanks!
  7. by   NURSEGUY1
    You could also try MOlloy College in lOng island they have a lpn-rn porgarm.
  8. by   caffeineRx
    Thanks NurseGuy! I will definitely look into that. I'm sick to death of my program.

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