LPN Programs in Colorado

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Aims Community College
Greeley, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #1

Arapahoe Community College
Littleton, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 97.40%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #6

Colorado Mesa University
Grand Junction, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 96.60%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #8

Colorado Mountain College
Glenwood Springs, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 98.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #3

Colorado Northwestern Community College
Rangely, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #1

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Pueblo, CO


Community College of Denver
Denver, CO


Concorde Career College-Aurora
Aurora, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 81.50%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #12

Delta Montrose Technical College
Delta, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 95.10%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #9

Emily Griffith Technical College
Denver, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 93.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #10

Front Range Community College
Westminster, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 95.10%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #9

Lamar Community College
Lamar, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 97.10%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #7

Morgan Community College
Fort Morgan, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #1

Otero Junior College
La Junta, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 98.30%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #2

Pickens Technical College
Aurora, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 82.20%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #11

Pikes Peak Community College
Colorado Springs, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #1

Pueblo Community College
Pueblo, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 97.90%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #4

Trinidad State Junior College
Trinidad, CO

Avg. NCLEX-PN pass rate: 97.60%
NCLEX-PN Rank: #5


Closed LPN Programs

Northeastern Junior College
Sterling, CO
Program closed in 2015

In Colorado, an LPN can find work in various health care settings such as home health agencies, long-term care facilities and hospitals; to name a few. There is a high demand for nurses in the state and this is seen to increase as the nursing population ages and there is more need for patient care services. The average yearly salary for an LPN in this state ranges from $30,000 to $50,000 depending on the experience, geographic location, medical facility and many other factors.

Some schools that offer LPN programs in Colorado are listed below:

Concorde Career Colleges

The LPN program at Concorde Career Colleges lasts for 13 months; though the length and degree may vary per campus. A campus representative is always ready to provide information to applicants. Here are the typical courses that you will encounter as you take the Practical Nursing program from this college - 

  • Anatomy and Physiology 
  • Pharmacology 
  • Legal and Ethical Responsibilities 
  • Administration of Medications 
  • Nutrition 
  • Preventive Nursing Care 
  • Common Disease Processes 
  • Rehabilitative Nursing Care 
  • Therapeutic Nursing Care 
  • Restorative Nursing Care 
  • Leadership 
  • Cultural Differences in Patient Care 
  • Psychosocial Impact of Disease 
  • Nursing Intervention for Patient Care 

Arapahoe Community College 

The school has a Practical Nursing program that is approved by the NLNAC. The courses foster active learning and critical thinking; with these taught in state-of-the-art laboratories and realistic simulation scenarios. This school is known for its competitive admission procedures so you have to carefully prepare in order to qualify.