Top LPN Schools
Kapi‘olani Community College
Kapi‘olani Community College, which strives to enhance the social and economic status of the students, as well as the overall community by providing quality education, is a two-year public community college with a low (18 to 1) student-to-teacher ratio. It provides various two-year and four-year certificate and degree programs in flexible schedules and at an affordable cost. The spacious and high-tech infrastructure, peaceful learning environment, and quality practical knowledge provided by faculty and staff have made Kapi‘olani Community College one of the most preferred destinations for higher education for the students all over the state.
University of Hawaii – Maui College
University of Hawaii- Maui College offers opportunities to develop skills and knowledge, helping students to learn how to be successful in their academic life by focusing on innovative ways of teaching. The campus provides labs and a library along with many modern facilities, as well as soothing environments that help boost mental health. The college offers scholarships and financial aid to eligible and brilliant students. To make learning fun, it also organizes events like international music sessions and game night.
Kaua´i Community College
Kaua'i Community College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). It provides students with all the necessary skills to match the health requirements of the community. Teachers pay personal attention to every student. It emphasizes on providing general education, workforce development training, and post-graduation job assistance to its students. A healthy and safe learning environment is maintained to ensure continuous growth and success of its students.
Hawai’i Community College
Hawai’i Community College, located in Hilo, is one of the oldest colleges in the state that set its roots back in 1941 as Hawai’i Vocational School. It has grown significantly in the last 75 years in terms of quality of education, infrastructure, numbers of students, academic programs, and administrative staff. The Hawai’i Community College has an additional branch in Kona that is equally magnificent and technologically advanced. Its career and job development center and online job search service are specially created to assist the students with job placements. Currently, it is offering 26 academic programs.