Any LVN to RN programs in or around Plano..(North Dallas Area)??

  1. I am getting ready to move to Plano and I am looking to continue my education but cant find any LVN to RN programs around there! Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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  3. by   foxyhill21
    try going to www.discovernursing.com and go to program search it might help u.
  4. by   puppycat
    Quote from snakeman
    I am getting ready to move to Plano and I am looking to continue my education but cant find any LVN to RN programs around there! Any help will be greatly appreciated!
    I know that TWU has one, with a campus in Dallas. Also, if you don't mind the drive-UTA (I don't recommend UTA since I recently finished their BSN program. The school's nursing program along with many of the faculty is really "messed up") Another option you can explore is Collin County Community College (www.ccccd.edu); but, I don't know if they have what you're looking for. LOL to you.
  5. by   txspadequeenRN
    TWU has not had a LVN to RN program in about 2-3 years. There is El Centro (Dallas Community College) , Weatherford College, Tarrant County has a new program, Collin County, Navaro College, Hill College and there is one more I can think of right now. I am going to Tarleton state for their LVN to BSN program. UTA has a RN to BSN and generic program but no LVN to BSN.... Good luck to the OP







    Quote from puppycat
    I know that TWU has one, with a campus in Dallas. Also, if you don't mind the drive-UTA (I don't recommend UTA since I recently finished their BSN program. The school's nursing program along with many of the faculty is really "messed up") Another option you can explore is Collin County Community College (www.ccccd.edu); but, I don't know if they have what you're looking for. LOL to you.
  6. by   txspadequeenRN
    Oh I sorry most of the schools I listed are in the North Texas area, Not just the Plano area.
  7. by   gauge14iv
    From Plano - Collin County will be your best bet if you live in Collin county. If you live in Dallas county then dallas county community college will be cheaper, but Collin will still be closer.

    As far as any particular school being "messed up" - honestly - they all have their issues and that goes for non-nursing majors as well, I learned that the long way!

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