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.
Classes are held at Snow College Richfield’s main campus as well as our outreach sites, Nephi (housed at CVMC in Nephi) and Ephraim using a mixture of video conferencing technology and live instruction. Each classroom has microphones where all students can participate in lectures and discussions.
We can accept up to 40 students; 20 on the Richfield campus and 20 between the Ephraim and Nephi campuses. All 40 students are filled from the same applicant pool. Students from all campuses will travel about 3 times a month to these different sites for labs and activities.
First, fill out your Snow College application AND your application for admission to practical nursing. Mail these to Snow College / Richfield, c/o Amanda Lloyd - Allied Health Department, 800 West 200 South, Richfield, UT. 84701. The above applications and the following must reach us by April 15th in order for you to be considered for the Fall LPN nursing class which begins the third week of August.
The Snow College Practical Nursing program is designated to qualify as the first year
of an RN program.
Admission into the program is on a point system as there is limited space available. Points are primarily based upon GPA and references.
For more detailed information and our application, obtain an application packet online here or from the Allied Health department secretary, (435) 893-2232.
Must be completed before April 15th. Please send documentation with your application.
Must be completed before nursing program begins in August
Can be taken with LPN courses simultaneously. It is your responsibility to find your own class.
Highly recommended but not required
Acceptance into the Practical Nursing program will be by letter of notification in
the middle of June.
Applicants who are not admitted for the current year but wish to be considered for admission the following year should indicate this in a letter to the Director of the Allied Health department.
Prospective students are not considered as applicants or re-applicants until such time as all admission procedures have been met.
Licensed Practical Nurses may find career opportunities in such places as doctor's offices, hospitals, home health care facilities, and long term care facilities.