Nursing (LPN and RN)

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Nursing Program General Information

CCC is now also offering a Paramedic to RN Bridge.

  • Nursing Student Learning How to Insert Needle Into ArmApplications are accepted once a year. The next available program begins August 2021. Applications for the upcoming program will be available soon.  Please contact CCC Nursing Program Director Anastasia O'Connell at 620.252.7505 if you have any questions.
  • The first year is the LPN portion of the program; you must have an active Certified Nurse Aide certificate for acceptance into the LPN program. The second year is the RN program. You must have a Kansas LPN license, or multi-state LPN license recognized by the state of Kansas, or a Kansas Paramedic license for acceptance into the RN program.
  • A pre-admission exam is required. Please review the application packet for information regarding this exam.
  • Coffeyville Community College has agreements with several 4-year institutions for students who wish to complete their BSN after completing course work at CCC. Please refer to the application packet for details.

Application Links

The application for the 2021-2022 program will be released soon.

The upcoming program will begin in August 2021.

Frequently Asked Questions About Applying for the Nursing Program


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2019 Pass Rates for LPN program is 100% and 90% for the RN program.

2018 Pass Rates for LPN program is 100% and 100% for the RN program.

2017 Pass Rates for LPN program is 100% and 91.67% for the RN program.

Fast Facts

CCC Nursing Program has a 100% job placement rate of all our RN and LPN graduates!

Average LPN graduate yearly base salary- $33,871

Average RN graduate yearly base salary- $42,232

The Coffeyville Community College Nursing Program is approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing