LPN Programs in Michigan

Michigan LPN Training

Many people aspire to have jobs that will allow them to assist people in living happier, healthier lives, but they become discouraged when they learn that it can take many years of expensive schooling to achieve the status of doctor or registered nurse. It's important to know, however, that doctors and nurses aren't the only ones that provide important services in a hospital. Anyone who is interested in embarking on a new career that will allow them to improve people's lives might want to think about Michigan LPN training.

Michigan LPN training is a specially designed educational curriculum that that trains students to become licensed practical nurses. Most accredited LPN training programs can be complete in one year, and provide knowledge of the medical field as well as hands-on training for dealing with patients. Licensed practical nurses are responsible for providing superior bedside care when the nurses and doctors are absent.

Becoming an LPN in Michigan

In order to become an LPN by endorsement in Michigan, an individual must:

  • Submit a completed application along with the application fee
  • Provide evidence that he or she is currently licensed as an LPN in another US state that has requirements substantially equivalent to those in Michigan and that he or she has passed the NCLEX in the original state
  • Have proof of his or her license sent directly to the Michigan Board of Nursing from any state or province where he or she has ever held a license
  • Once an application has been submitted along with the application fee, it is valid for 2 years. If the individual does not meet the requirements within those 2 years, the application will become invalid and he or she will have to reapply.

    Nurses Educated Outside the U.S.

    LPN applicants who were educated outside the United States in a program that is taught in English must do one of the following:

    • Have professional report created by the Credentials Evaluation Service of the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools
    • Have a course-by-course evaluation of his or her nursing education reviewed and certified by a credentialing agency accredited by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services
    • Submit the LPN Credentials Form to his or her nursing school for completion

    If an individual was educated as an LPN outside the United States in a language other than English, then he or she must do one of the following:

    • Have professional report created by the Credentials Evaluation Service of the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (His or her CGFNS Language Report on English proficiency must also be submitted.)
    • Have a course-by-course evaluation of his or her nursing education reviewed and certified by a credentialing agency accredited by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services

    An applicant who was educated in a language other than English must also pass the TOEFL administered by the Educational Testing Service.

    Additional Resources

    Michigan LPN Resources

    LPN Schools Near You & Online in Michigan

    Alpena Community College

    Kellogg Community College

    Lake Michigan College

    • 2755 E. Napier Avenue Benton Harbor, MI 49022
      Programs: ADN, CNA, LPN, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Radiography, RN, Sonography
      (269) 927-8100

    Glen Oaks Community College

    Southwestern Michigan College

    • 58900 Cherry Grove Road Dowagiac, MI 49047
      Programs: ADN, CNA, Health Information Management-Associate, LPN, RN
      (269) 782-1000

    Bay de Noc Community College

    • 2001 North Lincoln Road Escanaba, MI 49829
      Programs: ADN, CNA, LPN, Pre-Nursing Studies, RN
      (906) 786-5802

    Mott Community College

    Everest Institute

    Grand Rapids Community College

    Mid Michigan Community College

    Gogebic Community College

    • E 4946 Jackson Road Ironwood, MI 49938
      Programs: ADN, CNA, LPN, Pre-Nursing Studies, RN
      1(800)682-5910

    Jackson Community College

    Kalamazoo Valley Community College

    Lansing Community College

    • 419 North Capitol Avenue Lansing, MI 48933
      Programs: ADN, CNA, EMT Paramedic, LPN, Radiography, RN, Sonography
      (517) 483-9700

    Schoolcraft College

    Northern Michigan University

    Davenport University

    Muskegon County Community College

    • 221 S. Quarterline Road Muskegon, MI 49442
      Programs: ADN, LPN, RN
      (231) 773-9131

    St. Clair County Community College

    Kirtland Community College

    Latoya’s Health Education

    • 1000 Brockway St. Saginaw, MI 48602
      Programs: CNA, LPN
      (989) 797-4602

    Lake Superior State University

    West Shore Community College

    Montcalm Community College

    Oakland Community College

    • 22322 Rutland Avenue Southfield, MI 48075
      Programs: LPN, Radiography
      (248) 233-2700

    Northwestern Michigan College

    Delta College