Nursing Program


Nursing student
Health Professions offers the following in Nursing:

To Our Students: Please be informed that Lane Community College Division of Health Professions requires all students to submit appropriate personal information (such as immunization records, federal and state background checks, drug screens and others) to Certified Background Check, a company specializing in the collection and storage of student health care information. Submission of required documents must be accomplished prior to the beginning of classes. Both the drug screens and background checks must be clear (e.g. absence of positive results for narcotics, marijuana, alcohol and/or other illicit substances for drug screen) to ensure clinical placements and graduation from Health Profession programs. Specifics on required documents, costs, timelines, and how to access Certified Background Check, will be included in the letter of program acceptance and/or discussed at the Mandatory Program Orientation.

Dear Students:
Please be aware that you will be required to have a minimum 2.0 gpa at the time of graduation in order to graduate and receive your certificate or associate's degree from LCC. Please also be aware that only LCC courses count toward your final gpa.

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Practical Nursing

Certificate of Completion

Gainful Employment Disclosure

Standard Occupational Classification: 29-2061.00

Go to the Department of Labor's O*Net website for a profile of this occupation: Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses

Or check on these O*Net Related Occupations: Psychiatric Aides

What is the on-time graduation rate for Practical Nursing students completing the program?

In 2012, approximately 7% completed in the time listed in the catalog for the program.

(The federal definition of "on-time graduation rate" is the percentage of students in a program who enroll at the college and graduate within the number of terms listed in the catalog for the program. Only students who decide on a program upon first enrollment, who follow the catalog plan exactly, who enroll in at least 15 credits per term, who do not need to complete prerequisite courses, and who enroll prepared academically for college-level learning are likely to complete "on time." Lane celebrates the persistence of all graduates, regardless of how long they take to earn certificates and degrees.) 

How many jobs are forecast in this occupation between 2010-20?

Lane County: 23 positions
Statewide: 156 positions

What wages are forecast for this occupation?

Lane County average hourly - $22.03; average annual - $45,824
Oregon average hourly - $22.75; average annual - $47,328

How much will the program cost?

(Estimates based on 2012-13 data for full-time students. Students attending part-time will incur additional term fees. Consult Lane's website for updated tuition and fees.)

  • Resident tuition and fees - $3,818
  • Differential fees - $3,351
  • Books - $515 
  • Other program costs - $2,203
  • Total Estimate - $9,887

What's included?

Program Costs

What is the median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program in 2012? 

Federal Loans - Not available
Institutional financing - Not available