Nursing Program Options
|Certified Nurse Aide||Certificate||See: Allied Health »|
|Emergency Medical Technician||Certificates||See: Allied Health »|
Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), LCC’s Nursing Program is an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing, allowing the graduates the ability to test for RN licensure through the NCLEX-RN exam. Students also have the option to test for a Practical Nursing certificate at the end of their first year in the Nursing program (or re-enter the program as an LPN to RN).
The LCC Nursing program boasts a hearty NCLEX-RN pass rate. In December 2014, the LCC Nursing Department announced its National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) mean pass rates for the last three years. LCC’s Nursing program is above the national mean with a 85.98% pass rate.
LCC’s Nursing program is fully approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing and the Colorado Community College System.
Practical Nursing Gainful Employment Disclosure
|LCC Nursing Department Mission|
|LCC Nursing Department Program Outcomes|
|2014-15 Nursing Department Handbook|
|NEWS: Lamar CC Nursing Earns National Accreditation, April 2, 2012|