I've completed a lot of credits from other schools. Will they transfer to Ambria?
Yep. Credits you've completed from accredited degree granting institutions transfer to our nursing program.
I work and wanted to know what time are classes held?
Our nursing program is designed for working adults like you. We offer day and evening programs. Below are typical hours. But some classes are held shorter hours. And some classes are held 2x per week. Please note, these hours are subject to change based on enrollment.
- All lectures are available in the day, typically between 8am -3pm.
- Evening lectures starting at 4pm are available based on a minimum enrollment of 10 students.
- Most clinical rotations are held during the day. Some clinical rotations are offered in the evening depending on the clinical facility.
- Class schedules are subject to change each term.
Again, like many schools, classes are opened based on enrollment. To open a day or evening classes, we need between 8-10 students. If this minimum number of students are not met, a class will not be opened. Ambria has the right to change class schedule.
What are the admission requirements for the LPN-to-RN program?
Here's another great thing about our nursing program -- you don't have to jump through hoops to get in. Our admission requirements are pretty straightforward — just follow this 4 simple steps:
How much is the program?
The cost really varies depending on the number of credits you're transferring in. If you're only taking our residency credits (30 credits); the tuition is $18,000.
What time are clinicals held?
You can choose to attend the following clinical hours:
- First shift: 7AM-3PM
- Second shift: 3PM-11PM
Do you offer Federal Financial Aid for the LPN-to-RN program?
Yes, we do offer Federal Financial Aid.
Our financial aid is the equivalent to that of your local community college. Our school code is 041247. To get started, click here to find out your next step. Or feel free to meet with one of our Financial Aid advisor for questions.