Find colleges and medical trade schools with accredited licensed practical nursing (LPN) and licensed vocational nursing (LVN) programs. Use the program search application to find a school with online, classroom, or fast-track LPN or LVN courses.
Colleges with LPN & LVN Programs
All listed schools are accredited and have financial aid assistance for students who qualify.
- Unitek College
- Porter and Chester
- Fortis Institute
- South College
- Mildred Elley
- Lansdale School of Business
- Vista College
- Gwinnett College
All schools are not listed here, use the search application to connect with a local school.
What’s the Difference Between LPN & LVN?
There’s no difference between a licensed practical nurse and a licensed vocational nurse besides the title. Simply put, in Texas and California, a licensed practical nurse is called a licensed vocational nurse.
LPN & LVN Salary Info
In May of 2019, the average yearly salary for licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses was $47,480. The bottom10% made close to $34,500, and the top 10% earned over $63,000.