KILGORE COLLEGE AT LONGVIEW
Vocational Nursing Program
300 South High Street Longview,
Vocational Nursing Program (LVN)
This program consists of a combination of classroom instruction
at Kilgore College–Longview, and clinical training at local hospitals and medical facilities. Two classes are admitted annually.
One in August and one in January. A Certificate of Completion is
awarded upon successful completion of course requirements.
Students will then be eligible to take the state board examination to
receive their vocational nursing license.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition: $2068 (In-District)
Textbooks, uniforms, and supplies: Approximately $2500.
• High School diploma or equivalency diploma (GED)
• Satisfactory results on the NET Exam.
•Good Mental and Physical Health. A complete physical examination is required prior to final acceptance
• Completed Vocational Nursing Application form with all transcripts
• Important: Applicants must have Hepatitis B injections completed
(takes 6 months) in order to apply for the program. No exceptions
will be given. Proof will be required.
• Clear criminal History background check.
• Clear drug screening.
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