With a high demand in the healthcare industry, Cleveland State Community College focuses on helping students achieve their career goals. The new LPN to AAS Bridge Program helps nursing students turn their “LP” to a “R” in no time, said officials.
“We look forward to meeting LPN's who are interested in pursuing their AAS degree,” said Nancy Thomas, director of Nursing. “The program at Cleveland State offers career advancement opportunities to LPN's who are interested in taking the next step to becoming an RN.”
The program is expected to start in the spring of 2022. Students will have to apply to the program for admission.
The application period starts Sunday and runs through Oct. 1. A student will need a minimum GPA of 2.75 to be admitted into the program. Prerequisite classes are required before entering the program.
To learn more about the bridge program and the curriculum, visit mycs.cc/nursinginfo or call 478- 6228.