LPN Programs in Minnesota

Rainy River Community College
International Falls, MN


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South Central College
North Mankato, MN


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Facts about LPNs in Minnesota

The population of LPNs in Minnesota comprise 25% of the total number of nurses in the state. The cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis are seen to have the most prevalent number of nursing schools and job opportunities for LPNs.

The average earnings of an LPN in Minnesota is $38,770 where the hourly wage is recorded at $18.67. These figures tend to go up or down depending on the usual factors that affect them such as – geographic location, experience and type of health care facility.

LPN Schools in Minnesota

Minnesota currently has over 35 state approved LPN programs for your choice. If you want to enroll in one, you are essentially answering the call for more nurses to work in the field. Upon earning your diploma, you can start working as an LPN in any Minnesota hospital, clinic and other health care companies.

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Itasca Community College

Also referred to as ICC, this is a Minnesota school that was established in 1922. It is a two-year community college situated in Grand Rapids, MN. They offer Associate’s degrees and diploma programs in diverse fields such as Practical Nursing, accounting, engineering, even firefighting. Those who seek continuing education can also inquire in this school.

Minneapolis Community and Technical College

This is a public community college located in Minneapolis close to the Loring Park. MCTC was established in the year 1996 and has an enrollment number of 10,000 students yearly.

The merger of the Minneapolis Community College and Minneapolis Technical College brought about the formation of the current school.

Courses that are offered at MCTC center on coursework, experiential learning and clinicals. Students are admitted once every year to all the college programs including Practical Nursing. Fall and Spring semesters are offered to Practical and Mobility students of nursing while Professional nursing learners start during the Fall semester only. Schedule options include weekdays, evening and weekend classes.