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Best 15 LPN Programs in MS in 2021

September 23, 2021 | Staff Writers

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Mississippi Delta Community College

  • Moorhead, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 43%

Mississippi Delta Community College finishes in the first place because it offers one of the best LPN programs in MS at an affordable tuition rate. It also has a low student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1. Just over 2,400 students attend MDCC, making it one of the smaller community colleges in the state.

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Tuition per year: $3,085 in-state; $5,285 non-resident
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Copiah-Lincoln Community College

  • Wesson, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 45%

Copiah-Lincoln Community College offers one of the top practical nursing programs in the state. Full-time students can complete this program in roughly one year. CPCC is located in Wesson and has an enrollment of just over 3,000 students. Its student-to-faculty ratio is 27:1.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,180 in-state; $5,180 non-resident
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3

East Central Community College

  • Decatur, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 32%

East Central Community College has one of the leading practical nursing programs in the South. Students get a general education in basic nursing skills through the program, which can be completed in roughly one year. ECCC. which is located in Decatur enrolls roughly 2,500 students. Its student-to-faculty ratio is 23:1.

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Tuition per year: $2,950 in-state; $5,950 non-resident
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4

East Mississippi Community College

  • Scooba, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 52%

East Mississippi Community College offers a leading practical nursing program in a cozy small town. This three-semester program can be completed in one year. Graduates receive a certificate in Practical Nursing and can take the LPN exam.

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Tuition per year: $3,540 in-state; $6,540 non-resident
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5

Coahoma Community College

  • Clarksdale, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 23%

Coahoma Community College has one of the best practical nursing programs in Mississippi. This program leads to a certificate in Practical Nursing. It takes about one year to complete on a full-time schedule.

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Tuition per year: $3,003
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6

Southwest Mississippi Community College

  • Summit, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 37%

Southwest Mississippi Community College offers the leading practical nursing program in the area. This program takes roughly one year to complete and is only available at the school’s campus in Summit. Students get a general education in introductory nursing topics.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,280 in-state; $5,980 non-resident
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7

Itawamba Community College

  • Fulton, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 29%

Itawamba Community College has a cutting-edge practical nursing program. This program educates students according to the latest advances in the field. ICC has one of the largest practical nursing programs on this list, and the school as a whole enrolls well over 5,000 students.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,160 in-state; $5,360 non-resident
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8

Meridian Community College

  • Meridian, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 33%

Meridian Community College is well-known for its nursing programs, including its practical nursing program. This one-year program includes practical experience to ensure that students are prepared to enter the workforce when they graduate. This program provides students with a broad education in all areas of practical nursing.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,278 in-state; $4,258 non-resident
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9

Northwest Mississippi Community College

  • Senatobia, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 27%

Northwest Mississippi Community College offers a practical nursing program that has produced many of the healthcare workers in the region. This program is offered over three semesters and takes roughly one calendar year to complete. NMCC offers the program on four campuses in the region.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,190 in-state; $5,590 non-resident
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10

Pearl River Community College

  • Poplarville, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 36%

Pearl River Community College has a top-notch practical nursing program with tuition that is very affordable for Mississippi residents. This program is only offered on campus in Poplarville, not online. Students can benefit from a relatively low 20:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,500 in-state; $5,598 non-resident
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11

Holmes Community College

  • Goodman, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 30%

Holmes Community College has one of the best practical nursing programs in Mississippi. The year-long practical nursing program is offered at the school’s campus in Goodman. Students are qualified to take the LPN exam.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,410 in-state; $5,990 non-resident
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12

Hinds Community College

  • Raymond, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 22%

Hinds Community College offers a well-respected practical nursing program at several campuses in the Vicksburg area. Students can complete this program in under a year. This program focuses on giving students extensive practical experience.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,450 in-state; $6,500 non-resident
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13

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

  • Perkinston, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 35%

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College has one of the top practical nursing programs in the southern part of the state. This program is comprised of one semester of general education courses and three semesters of nursing courses. Students can complete this program in roughly one year.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,750 in-state; $6,850 non-resident
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14

Jones County Community College

  • Ellisville, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 29%

Jones County Community College has a solid practical nursing program in Ellisville. This program, as with most of the other programs on this list, requires roughly 12 months to complete. It is a fairly large program of well over 100 students.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,830 in-state; $5,830 non-resident
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15

Northeast Mississippi Community College

  • Booneville, Mississippi
  • Graduation Rate: 35%

Northeast Mississippi Community College may be the last school on our list, but it still offers an excellent practical nursing program. This year-long program is offered on-campus in Booneville. It leads to a certificate in Practical Nursing. Students are qualified to take the exam for the LPN credential.

School Overview

Tuition per year: $3,976 in-state; $7,388 non-resident
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Our Ranking Methodology

We determined the rankings in this article with the use of our proprietary formula. This formula takes each school’s yearly tuition rate and graduation rate and comes up with a rating. We only looked at the resident tuition rate for each school. Our formula takes the yearly tuition rate and adds a multiplier that is taken from the percentage of enrolled students who did not graduate. Here’s an example: ABC Community College has a tuition rate of $3,000 and a graduation rate of 40%. Its rating would be 4,800 (3,000 x 160%). Lower ratings are desirable with our formula.

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