The Practical Nursing program offers the students a Certificate of Completion in Practical Nursing and eligibility to take the State Board Examination leading to licensing as a Practical Nurse in Utah. The Snow College Practical Nursing program is designed to qualify as the first year of the RN program.
Acceptance into the LPN program is based off of a point system. You can find the application at LPN Packet and the handbook at LPN handbook. We accept up to 45 students; all 45 students are filled from the same application pool. Classes will be held at the Snow College Richfield Campus, Ephraim Campus and the Nephi Campus using video conferencing technology and live instruction. Each classroom has microphones allowing students from each campus to participate in all lectures and discussions. Students from all campuses will travel about six times a month to these different sites for labs and activities. Please note that the Nephi Campus is a distant education site; students accepted on the Nephi Campus will be able to attend this campus for theory instruction but for any lab or group projects you will be required to travel to one of the other campuses. Travel will be required at least two days a week.
Students must submit a PN application by the April 15th deadline.
The Practical Nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc. (ACEN).
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Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Students who are accepted into the LPN program have the opportunity to transfer into the RN program if all qualifications are met. An application, with required documentation, will need to be submitted by the March 1st deadline indicating your intent.
The mission statement for the Practical Nursing program is three fold:
Core Theme #1: Tradition of Excellence
Goal: Nursing staff will educate students in the history of nursing and the advances of medicine that will empower students to achieve LPN licensure and job placement in the medical field.
Core Theme #2: Culture of Innovation
Goal: Nursing Staff will encourage students to use innovative initiatives that will encourage critical thinking and a desire for life-long learning.
Core Them #3: Atmosphere of Engagement
Goal: Nursing staff will create opportunities locally or globally, to engage students in service to the surrounding community and their patients.
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