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Going into a brand new program I was a little skeptical! But after just one day in the program, I knew I made the right choice. From day one when I called to ask about the program, even the receptionist was warm and caring and very excellent and getting me information and all the start up paperwork in my mail box by the next day! The Instructors, teachers, and coordinators have already pushed us into excellence only four months into the program. They do everything in there power to make sure each student is being taught in the best possible way for their individual learning styles. Our class has become more than just classmates, but more like a family I never want to leave!
Susquehanna county career and technology center doesn't have many of the academics and library portion of the survey due to them being a career and technology center, but it is an excellent school! The LPN program that I am in has a state of the art clinical lab. The program tuition included a laptop computer to every student and we have an excellent computer repair technician right in the building. Overall I love the program and the facility.
Our LPN class ranges from 18-45 year old students male and female! From single parents to a married male student who lives away from his wife who is in Philadelphia where there home is. We have white and African American students.