San Antonio College has a 9 month LVN-RN program, its an associates degree at a public school so its the most affordable option. If you can stand a few additional pre-reqs, I would look into UT Health Science Center which is a BSN program. You can find SACs nursing info at www.alamo.edu/sac/nursing
. There are other private nursing schools like Baptist Health System, Galen, and some others. They are more expensive tho.University Hospital is a magnet award winning hospital, among others. They are doing a lot of expanding and offer AMAZING health benefits, differentials and tuition reimbursement, as well as student loan forgiveness and other perks like NCLEX-RN review course reimbursement and testing fees too. They are a public hospital, serving the underserved of south TX, a high volume of spanish speaking patients. Also the only level 1 trauma center and airlife program in the city. Www.universityhealthsystem.comThere
are other private hospitals too, as well as Brook Army Medical Center (BAMC) which is a huge military hospital with a ton of benefits. I would assume they have tuition reimbursement, but you have to have 1 year of RN to work there. Not sure if there is an exception for LVN. The other three hospital systems are Christus, Methodist and Baptist. So many hospitals here!!Good luck!!