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Certified Nurse Aide

Certified Nurse Aide

Keep your elderly patients comfortable

Why study to be a certified nurse aide (CNA) at LMC?

Learn from the experts. You’ll take classes with a registered nurse who has years of experience. Plus, a week of clinicals at a local assisted living facility gives you the chance to learn on the job.

Find a fit – fast. The 98-hour program offers 6 weeks of classes and one week of clinicals. That means you can be on your way to a new career in less than two months.

Get your foot in the medical field. Maybe you’re interested in becoming a nurse or doctor, but need something to pay the bills right now. Being a certified nurse aide (CNA) is a great way to make a living and save up.

Certified Nurse Aide Programs

CNAs provide care for patients at assisted-living facilities.

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Tuition and Fees

No other Michigan area college has lower tuition than Lake Michigan College. Whether you earn your degree or transfer to a four-year school, you'll save money on your education.

 

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Living on Campus

Imagine having a place you can call home that offers a quiet place to study, where friendly faces are found down every hallway and you’re just steps away from classes and campus life. You’ll find your place at Beckwith Hall, located at LMC’s Benton Harbor campus.

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More than Academics

Get the real college experience at Lake Michigan College. From student clubs to disability services, intercollegiate athletics to world-class performing arts productions, you'll find a chance to get involved when you become a Red Hawk.

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Connect with us! Request more information or apply today, and we'll send you everything you need to begin your journey at LMC.