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LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSING

 

Licensed Vocational Nurses are Allied Health professionals who assist Registered Nurses and physicians to provide care for clients with a variety of health care needs in various settings. In performing their work, LVNs monitor clients, gather and record information, provide basic care, as well as administering medications and treatments. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will be able to take the NCLEX-LVN state licensure exam which credentials the Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).

Licensed Vocational Nurses can find career opportunities in long-term care facilities, clinics, physician offices, home health agencies and hospitals.

The Licensed Vocational Nursing Program is fully accredited by the Texas Board of Nursing.
    

Spring 2021 Enrollment

HESI Testing Period: 10/1/2020-10/29/2020, contact the Testing Center for dates and times.

Application Period: Priority Deadline for application, 11/1/2020; Final Deadline: 11/30/2020

HESI A2 entrance exam scores must be less than 1 year old on final application deadline date (11/30/2020)

Due to limited seats for the LVN Program, prospective students must apply and be accepted into the program for the term in which they are applying. Applicants will be notified of their application status approximately two weeks after the application deadline. Application status notifications will be emailed to your VC Student email address. 

*Day Program (Offered Spring 2021)*

The day program consists of 12 months of full time study beginning in January, 2021 through December, 2021. Class/clinical days are Monday through Thursday with times will ranging from 630am to 715pm depending on the semester and required courses (longer hours are required in the summer semester).

*Evening Program (Only Offered in Fall 2021 Semester)*

 

Beginning fall of 2021, the LVN Program will be offering an evening option at the Wichita Falls/Century City Center location. The evening program will consist of 12 months of full-time study beginning in August, 2021 through August, 2022. Class/clinical times will range from 0230pm to 0315am depending on the semester and required courses (late night/early morning hours will be required in the summer semester). 


Click Here for a printable “Getting Started Checklist”

 Programs are offered at three locations:

                                                 

 

Start Dates:

Testing Period:

Application Period:

Century City Center Day

Spring 2021/January

10/1/2020-10/29/2020

11/1/2020-11/30/2020

 

 

 

 

Seymour Learning Center

Spring 2021/January

10/1/2020-10/29/2020

11/1/2020-11/30/2020

 

 

 

 

Vernon Campus

Spring 2021/January

10/1/2020-10/29/2020

11/1/2020-11/30/2020

 

If you have received an acceptance letter into the program, please follow the "After Acceptance Checklist" by clicking here

 

If you have reviewed the Getting Started Checklist and still have questions about the Licensed Vocational Nursing Program, please contact Jaxx Qwuarels at (940) 696-8752 *3221.

Vocational Nursing 

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  • Vernon Campus
    4400 College Drive
    Vernon, TX 76384
    940.552.6291
  • Century City Center
    4105 Maplewood
    Wichita Falls, TX 76308
    940.696.8752
  • Skills Training Center
    2813 Central Expressway East
    Wichita Falls, TX 76302
    940.766.3369
  • Seymour Learning Center
    200 Stadium Dr
    Seymour, TX 76380
    940.889.3133