The RVCC Licensed Practical Nursing Program is now available in Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Littleton and Manchester, New Hampshire. Apply here!
Becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse prepares you for a career in a fast-paced healthcare environment in just one year. Each LPN course incorporates classroom learning with simulation laboratory activities and are designed in every way to prepare you for a successful entry into the healthcare workforce. With a high demand in New Hampshire for LPN, starting your path to your career can start today!
With our LPN program closely linked with our rigorous associate degree nursing program, students who want to continue their healthcare career journey will be able to do so at River Valley.
Long term care, hospitals, physician/outpatient health centers, visiting nurse and home health care.
Interested students are required to attend a mandatory nursing informational session. Due to Covid-19, face to face info sessions have been suspended. Please review RVCC’s LPN Nursing Information Session presentation. We will continue to monitor the situation and will resume our face to face info sessions as appropriate.
RVCC is pleased to offer prospective nursing students the Test of Essential Academic Skill (TEAS) remotely. Use our step-by-step guide to register now!
Register for the TEAS test at http://atitesting.com
RVCC 2023 TEAS DATES
October 11 & 23
November 8 & 20
December 6 & 18
Estimated cost: $120
· Remote TEAS testers will need to have free Proctorio proctoring software installed on testing computers prior to testing.
· To access The Proctorio Quick Start Guide click on this link STUDENT_RemoteProctoring_QuickStartGuide
- Respiratory Therapy
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Medical Laboratory Technician
The clinical portion of the degree program is offered at area health care facilities (“clinical sites”). Clinical sites establish their own requirements for persons entering their facilities for educational purposes. Clinical sites may have established vaccination requirements, including vaccination for COVID-19. As with all clinical program requirements, the clinical site reserves the right to deny participation to any student who does not meet required clinical criteria and do not follow clinical site policies. Individual programs of study do not have the authority to secure clinical experience(s) for students who do not meet eligibility criteria. Students participating in clinicals must adhere to the sites’ requirements. While these are not college requirements, failure to adhere to the clinical site requirements will result in ineligibility to complete the Nursing program.