LVN Programs

Find colleges and medical trade schools with accredited licensed vocational nursing (LVN) programs. During your LVN program you’ll learn to take and record vital signs, track medication, collect samples, fill out paperwork, and more.

Use the program search application to find a school offering licensed vocational nursing courses.

Colleges with LVN Programs

All listed schools are accredited and have financial aid assistance for students who qualify.

All schools with LVN programs may not be listed here, use the search application to connect with a local school.

What’s the Difference Between LPN and LVN?

Simply put, in Texas and California, a licensed practical nurse is called a licensed vocational nurse. There’s no difference between a licensed practical nurse and a licensed vocational nurse besides the title.

Requirements to Become an LVN

  • Get your high school diploma or GED.
  • Complete a state-approved program
  • Receive your certificate or diploma (takes one and two years).
  • Complete your clinicals.
  • Pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

LVN Salary Info

In 2021, the average yearly salary for licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses was $48,070. The bottom10% made close to $37,150, and the top 10% earned over $63,700.