Central Practical Nursing - Norfolk is a public college located in Norfolk, Virginia. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 10 undergraduate students. The Central Practical Nursing - Norfolk acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Nursing Assistant.
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For me, since I started this program my senior year of high school, I feel that I am truly getting my money's worth. In the first part of the program, my tuition was nothing more 330 dollars! There were no hidden fees and payment of my tuition was very flexible. Now that I am in the second part of the program, I hae received PELL, which this year I only have to pay around 1300 dollars for more that expected education!
The experience at the CSPN is welcoming and eager to work with any and all students to ensure that all students graduate on time and succeed on passing the NCLEX-PN exam that follows after graduation. What is unique about the school is that the course can be taken as early as your senior year of high school and the tuition is reasonable without too much feeling like your pockets are blown to pieces. For any students who are interested in the program, I would recommend this program (and even re-do the program) because it's an opportunity that may never come back around, despite having other nursing programs that have the same intentions.
This program is an 18-month program that aims at helping their students to receive licensure as a CNA and then a LPN. The curriculum offered ranges from fundamentals of nursing to medical-surgical nursing to obstetrics and pediatrics (of course that is not the full list of the areas offered). Also during the course of the program, various volunteer opportunities are offered related to clinicals and/or preceptorship.