Vocational Nursing at Angeles College
Start a career thats high in demand!
Did you know that by 2030, the amount of Californians aged 65 or older will double? California is going to need a lot more nurses to keep up with that!
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the number of vocational nurses in the country to increase in number from 2016 -2026 by 12%, which is much higher than average. When you look at just California, however, the amount is actually expected to increase by 26% from 2012 – 2022!
You can also expect to be paid rather well for a 13-month program. The median annual wage in 2018 was $43,504. The average salary in California was $52,510 – $59,530 in 2018!
For 2018, Angeles College’s NCLEX pass rate is 100%. Our Quarterly Performance can be found here.
When you’re ready to advance your career even further, you can also set your sights on becoming an RN!
Get the support, training, and hands-on experience you need to succeed!
As an LVN or LPN, you will be working under registered nurses and doctors to provide nursing care in nursing homes, extended care facilities, hospitals, and offices. You will be supporting and caring for patients while performing any other duties in both the front and back offices.
At Angeles College, we strive for your success by providing hands-on experience with clinical sessions and personal assistance with small class sizes.
Angeles College also provides financial aid to qualifying students- don’t let money be the reason you can’t follow your dreams! Students receiving max benefit will not pay anything out of pocket until after graduation! For more information or consultation feel free to stop by or give us a call!
Still not sure?
If you aren’t quite convinced and want to see more of our operations, feel free to stop by for a tour or chat with us online using the chat widget at any time during our business hour!
Angeles College is open every weekday (except national holidays) from 9AM to 6PM and we can be reached by phone at (213) 487-2211.
For graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing these programs and other important information, click here.
The Vocational Nurse program qualifies for Pell Grants and Direct Loans. For information on eligibility and benefit, please contact the Financial Aid office.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 12% growth in LVNs and LPNs from 2016 – 2026, which is much faster than average! The mean salary for an LVN in California in 2018 was $52,510 – $59,530!
Angeles College is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) as well as being licensed by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) of California!