Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health

  • 2 Year
  • Public
  • Los Angeles, CA

The Lost Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health has a rich history that belies its casual, personal environment. Originally founded in 1895 as the College Training School for Nurses, the LA County College of Nursing and Allied Health was renamed in 1968, and once more in 1998 to bring it under its current moniker.
The college’s mission is “to provide learning-centered educational programs and career development opportunities” for healthcare students in the Los Angeles County area and surrounding communities, and they achieve that mission more and more fully with each passing year.
Every year, the college graduates between one hundred and one hundred and fifty students with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing. These students will almost universally go on to take and pass their national licensing exam, and the Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health provides them with the skills and education that they need to do just that.

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School Overview

Public

2 Year

Size of Institution

Very small (under 1,000 students)

Title: Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health
Also Known As: L.A. County School of Nursing
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Setting: City – Large
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Other Characteristics: None
On-Campus Housing: Not provided
Board or Meal Plans: Not provided
Applicants: Not reported
Admissions: Not reported
Full-Time Retention Rate: Not reported
Part-Time Retention Rate: Not reported
Student to Faculty Ratio: 3 to 1

Degrees, Certificates & Diplomas Offered

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least one but less than two academic years
Associate’s degree

Special Learning Opportunities

Continuing education

Admissions

N/A

Acceptance Rate

Open Admission Policy

Application Fee

SAT & ACT Scores

  • The percentage of SAT score submissions is not reported
  • The percentage of ACT score submissions is not reported

Credits Accepted

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

Advanced Placement (AP)

Yes

Application Requirements

High School GPA

N/A

High School Rank

N/A

High School Record

N/A

College Preparatory Program Completion

N/A

Recommendations

N/A

Competencies

N/A

Standardized Test Scores

N/A

TOEFL

N/A

Other Tests

N/A

Tuition

Yes

Alternative Tuition Plans

Alternative Tuition Plans

Tuition payment plan

Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduate Students

In District

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

In State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Out of State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduate Students

In District

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

In State

Tuition

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Required Fees

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Out of State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A
  • Additional expenses for books and supplies is not reported

Financial Aid

48% of undergraduate students are receiving financial aid.

$5286 is the average amount awarded.

39% were awarded Pell grants

$3482 was the average amount awarded.

36% were awarded federal student loans

$3591 was the average amount awarded.

Majors

The list of most popular majors is not available for this institution.

Living Expenses

Not provided

On-Campus Housing

N/A

Student Dormitory Capacity

Board & Meal Plans

Not provided

Costs

Room Charges: N/A
Board Charges: N/A

Academics

Library Facilities

Physical facilities
Printed materials
Access to digital/electronic resources
A staff trained to provide and interpret library materials
Established library hours
Access to library collections that are shared with other institutions

Students

Undergraduate Students

200

Available Student Services 

Academic & career counseling services
Employment services for current students
Placement services for program completers

Enrollment

Applicants: N/A
Admissions: N/A
Enrolled: N/A
Enrollment Rate: N/A
Females Enrolled: N/A
Males Enrolled: N/A

Alumni by Ethnicity & Race

American Indian or Alaska Native

0%

Asian

37.78%

Black or African American

11.11%

Hispanic or Latino

33.33%

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders

0%

White

13.33%

Two or More Races

4.44%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0%

Nonresident Alien

0%

College Life

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Contact Details

Address

Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health
1237 N. Mission Rd.
Los Angeles
California
90033-1084

Phone Number

General Enquiries: 3232264911

Website

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