Kansas LPN to RN (ADN/BSN) Programs
(found programs from 14 schools)

State Nursing Board: Kansas State Board of Nursing

State Nurses Association: Kansas State Nurses Association


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The Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN) reported 10491 LPNs compared to 47,225 RNs licensed in the state in 2012. According to the state’s Department of Labor Statistics, Kansas LPNs made a median income of $37,100 per year in 2012, while RNs averaged a salary of $55,400.

Programs to Consider

Wichita State University. LPNs admitted to this BSN program can earn up to four credit hours through testing. Applicants must have worked 1000 hours as LPNs during the previous year. An accelerated option requires 15 months of full-time attendance, including some evenings and weekends. Successful graduates of either program receive the BSN.

Hutchinson Community College. LPN to RN programs in traditional and online formats are available. The intensive online program provides class work online, with labs and clinical settings lasting one year. The traditional program takes two years. LPNs may request advanced placement in either program. Graduates receive the Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing.

Kansas Community College (Kansas City). LPNs in the LPN to RN articulation program earn the Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing and may receive advanced placement and credit for up to five nursing courses. Fifty-nine additional credit hours are required for completion of the program. Classes include concepts of care and nursing care coordination.

Programs from Kansas Schools

Listed below are all of the nationally accredited LPN to RN programs with campus locations in Kansas.

Cloud County Community College (Beloit, KS)
Program Name: Associate Degree (A.D.N.) Nursing Program (LPN to ADN)
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
Cloud County Community College (Concordia, KS)
Program Name: Associate Degree (A.D.N.) Nursing Program (LPN to ADN)
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 83.9% (data from 2009)
Colby Community College (Colby, KS)
Program Name: LPN to ADN
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 85.3% (data from 2009)
Dodge City Community College (Dodge City, KS)
Program Name: Advance Standing (ADN)
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 80.0% (data from 2009)
Fort Scott Community College (Fort Scott, KS)
Program Name: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing - LPN Advanced Standing
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 75.7% (data from 2009)
Hesston College (Hesston, KS)
Program Name: RN-Completion Track for LPN Applicants
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 84.8% (data from 2009)
Hutchinson Community College (Hutchinson, KS)
Program Name: Online Bridge Program LPN to RN (online)
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 90.5% (data from 2009)
Johnson County Community College (Overland Park, KS)
Program Name: Articulation program for Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 95.2% (data from 2009)
Kansas City Kansas Community College (Kansas City, KS)
Program Name: Associate in Applied Science Degree, LPN to RN Articulation Program
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 82.0% (data from 2009)
Labette Community College (Parsons, KS)
Program Name: LPN Bridge Program
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 87.8% (data from 2009)
Manhattan Area Technical College (Manhattan, KS)
Program Name: A.A.S. Degree Program
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 87.2% (data from 2009)
Neosho County Community College (Chanute, KS)
Program Name: LPN to RN
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 83.6% (data from 2009)
Neosho County Community College (Ottawa, KS)
Program Name: LPN to RN
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
Pratt Community College (Pratt, KS)
Program Name: LPN-RN Program (online)
Accreditation: NLNAC accredited
NCLEX Pass Rate (RN Program): 84.0% (data from 2009)

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