Franklin County CTC is a public college located in Guilford Township, Pennsylvania. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 83 undergraduate students. The Franklin County CTC acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Franklin County CTC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $40,400.
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The tuition is expensive. I thought I would have a better environment to with as much the tuition is. I had several problems with the financial aid department with my refunds coming up over $1000 short each time. The class schedule/payment/ program costs per level, has to be requested. It isn't provided to you unless you ask for it. The form is all jumbled up and you can not clearly see what was initially received by the school or how much money went to what.
There are a few programs offered to adults at this school. They have LPN, CNC machinist, welding, CDL training and fork lift classes.
We attend a lot of clinical sites in the area so you are given the opportunity to stand out and possibly get a job there after completion of program. The homework given is extreme when it needs to be completed in a very short period of time. I assume this may be the case in any one year program.