Central School of Practical Nursing - Norfolk Summary

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Basic Statistics

Norfolk, VA
Full-Time Undergrads
Part-Time Undergrads
Mid-sized city
In-State Tuition
Not Reported
Out-of-State Tuition
Not Reported
Room & Board
Not Reported
Acceptance Rate
72 %
Admission Difficulty

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Central Practical Nursing - Norfolk Student Reviews

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4 College Senior

Career Services: The programs offered to the students after graduating can be ongoing. If the student wishes to go to school to further their education, then there are schools that will take our credits and work them with theirs. For the student that wants to go to work after the program, regardless of whether or not they have actually finished the program or have continued to take their NCLEX, the program helps you to get both CNA and LPN licensure so that working in the field of nursing is possible in some manner.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: For our online courses, there isn't much instruction on it geared to the ATI/NCLEX-PN practice exams. We are provided with books that sometimes has different information that what is in the textbook.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: Though the school is part of a vocational/technical school, sometimes there isn't enough computers or other technology to go around for the nursing students to use. At times, in order to use the computer, we have to either wait until after school or go elsewhere to get some of our work done.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: For me, since I started this program my senior year of high school, I feel that I am truly getting my money's worth. In the first part of the program, my tuition was nothing more 330 dollars! There were no hidden fees and payment of my tuition was very flexible. Now that I am in the second part of the program, I hae received PELL, which this year I only have to pay around 1300 dollars for more that expected education!

4 College Senior

Student Body: Becuase the CSPN program is of health specialty, every student is required to be a part of HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association), which is controlled mainly by students once officers are elected. The students typical of this program are students who wish to become nurses for numerous reasons.


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