Financial Aid can be a determining factor that states whether a potential student will be able to complete higher education.
Funding opportunities are accepted from private funding sources such as scholarships, Office of the Vocational Rehabilitation, Career Link or tuition reimbursement via employment agencies.
The listing of the required tuition and fees and other related expenses for the program are listed at the end of the school catalog.
Tuition and fee payments are due at the beginning of Term I for the expenses of Term I & Term II. Tuition and fee payments are then due at the beginning of Term III for the remainder of the program. Tuition and fee notices are distributed one month in advance and must be paid prior to the beginning of the Term, unless other arrangements have been made with the Financial Aid Administrator/ Business Officer. Students will be unable to attend classroom or clinical experience without payment arrangements.
CHARGES FOR REPEATED COURSES
Students who must repeat courses for any reason will be charged the full tuition plus applicable fees for each course repeated. Students with an outstanding balance from a previous enrollment will not be readmitted to the school until balance is paid in full.
OTHER FUNDING SOURCES
Scholarships are available through various health care agencies that will require a service commitment to the health care institution following graduation. Private loans via various banks are also accepted.
PN – All students must pass Adonis College of Nursing’s PN Program with a passing grade of 78% in order to qualify to take the Illinois NCLEX-PN Licensing Exam.
AT ANY TIME, A PERSON CONVICTED OF ANY FELONIOUS ACT MAY BE PROHIBITED FROM LICENSURE
All applicants for a nursing license must demonstrate to the Illinois State Board of Nursing satisfaction that they are of good moral character. Good moral character is defined in part, as an absence of proven conduct or acts which have been historically considered as manifestations of moral turpitude.Illinois Courts have defined moral turpitude as “anything done knowingly contrary to justice, honesty or good morals.”
To determine whether an applicant with a criminal record will be permitted to take the examination, the board will review the facts of the applicant’s case including the type of conviction(s), the length of time that has elapsed since the conviction(s), whether or not drugs were involved, and whether the crime could be classified as one involving moral turpitude, etc.
Generally, the less egregious the crime, the greater amount of time that has elapsed since the offense, the more persuasive the evidence that an individual can practice nursing with reasonable skill and safety and that there is a low likelihood of recidivism, the greater the chance of receiving approval to take the licensure examination.
Adonis College of Nursing strives to provide a quality educational system that prepares students to pass the state board examination and gain employment within their chosen field of study. Our education system includes an outstanding facility, experienced and competent instructors, and a curriculum developed through years of experience and expertise. Our education goals are:
- To educate students to be professional, knowledgeable, and skilled in their field for marketability within the industry.
- To maintain a constantly updated program that provides students with the knowledge to compete in their field of study.
- To promote the continuing educational growth of our faculty and students, using current teaching methods and techniques.
- To teach courtesy and professionalism as the foundation for a successful career in their chosen field of study.
- To prepare students to successfully pass the state licensing exam for entry-level employment.
- To train and graduate students while empowering them to become confident and excited to enter a successful career within the nursing and Healthcare Industry
COST OF TUITION AND SUPPLIES Because of inflationary cycles, and because we must occasionally change equipment to remain current, the school reserves the right for the following tuition information to be subject to change.
|TERM AND SUBJECT||Theory Clock Hours||Laboratory Clock Hours||Clinical Clock Hours||Total Clock Hours||Duration|
|Quarter I – FALL|
|NURS 101: Foundational Concepts of Practical Nursing||64||32||96||192||10 Weeks|
|Quarter II – WINTER|
|NURS 102: Nursing Pharmacology||32||32||0||64||4 Weeks|
|NURS 103: Med Surg 1 Care of the Adult, I||32||16||48||96||10 Weeks|
|Quarter III – SPRING|
|NURS 104: Family Centered Nursing||16||16||24||56||5 Weeks|
|NURS 105: Pediatric Nursing||16||16||24||56||5 Weeks|
|Quarter IV – SUMMMER|
|NURS 106: Mental Health Nursing||16||0||24||40||5 Weeks|
|NURS 107: Med Surg II Care of the Adult, II||48||32||64||144||10 Weeks|
|Total LPN Program Clock Hours||224||144||280||648|
|PRE- ENTRANCE EXPENSES|
|Application Fee – Not Refundable||$75.00|
|Pre Entrance Test – Not Refundable||$150.00|
|Criminal Background Check and Child Abuse History Clearance||$50.00|
|CPR Certification Fee (If Needed)||$50.00|
|Total Pre- Entrance Fees||$325.00|
|PROGRAM EXPENSES: PAYABLE AT THE BEGINNING OF QUARTER I|
|Uniforms, Shoes, Supplies||$150.00|
|Assessment, Program and Computer Review Fee||$300.00|
|Clinical Laboratory Fee||$————|
|Total – Quarter I Fees||2,240.00||$1,075.00|
|PROGRAM EXPENSES: PAYABLE AT THE BEGINNING OF QUARTER II|
|Total – Quarter II Fees||$8,120.00||$450.00|
|PROGRAM EXPENSES: PAYABLE AT THE BEGINNING OF QUARTER III|
|Total – Quarter III Fees||$5,320.00||$210.00|
|PROGRAM EXPENSES: PAYABLE AT THE BEGINNING OF QUARTER IV|
|TOTAL FEES FOR LPN NURSING PROGRAM||$25,535.00|