College of Lake County
College of Lake County is a Public institution with a campus in Grayslake, Illinois. The institution is approved to offer nursing programs by the Illinois Board of Nursing. The Grayslake, Illinois campus for College of Lake County is located in a Suburb setting, see the map below. Total enrollment for all degrees including nursing programs is 15,410. The student-to-faculty ratio is 17-to-1. In-state tuition and fees were $7,770, while out-of-state tuition and fees were $10,262 for the most recent reporting period.
Nursing Degree Programs at College of Lake County
- Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN)
Visit the College of Lake County website to learn how to apply for the nursing degree programs listed above. We also recommend that all nursing students in Illinois periodically review the requirements for a CNA, LPN, and RN nursing license as presented by the Illinois Board of Nursing. Understanding the CNA, LPN, and RN nursing license requirements and duty restrictions for Illinois will help you navigate your education needs and avoid career planning mistakes often made by nursing students.
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College of Lake County Address And Campus Setting
Click the map below to see the physical campus address and get driving directions to: College of Lake County, 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, Illinois 60030. You can also see the College of Lake County campus setting and nearby attractions in satellite or street view mode.
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Last updated: January 29, 2016
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