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LPN Programs in CT?

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by WCSU1987 WCSU1987 (Member)

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Hey hey! Good day so looking at the possibility of applying for LPN school. Out of the 3 programs in the State now would you rank them? Leaning towards Lincoln Tech. Anyone know if Lincoln Tech has a part-time program?

Some side.questions. I've come to terms that the program is around $35K. Curious does aid cover LPN programs and are their scholarship's?

 

Appreciate the feedback.

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I went to LPN school in CT. Porter and Chester (Watertown location, now moved to Waterbury). i would say it depends on where you live, they tend to all be the same with the same amount of outcome. as for student aid, i'm not sure of any scholarships but i do know the student aid only covers maybe 60 or 70% and you would need a personal loan for the rest. 

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3 hours ago, Jandoom said:

I went to LPN school in CT. Porter and Chester (Watertown location, now moved to Waterbury). i would say it depends on where you live, they tend to all be the same with the same amount of outcome. as for student aid, i'm not sure of any scholarships but i do know the student aid only covers maybe 60 or 70% and you would need a personal loan for the rest. 

If the 60% holds true with a $4K reimbursement from work per year. The program would cost me around $8K and around $15K to $20K in Federal aid to owe back.

 

Thanks for the response!

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Something like that. I had a 10k personal loan and the rest covered by federal loans/grants

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