LPN Career Center Ranks #33 in report

  • As college costs and student loan debt continue to rise, more and more people are wondering if college is worth it. Is your investment in college providing a positive return on investment (ROI)?

    College is expensive, and as with all expensive investments, the potential return is a key consideration when choosing where to enroll and what to study. Potential students should consider how much it will cost to obtain a credential, and how much they could potentially earn with that credential. They should also consider the time required to get the degree, the net price, the convenience and location of the program, the likelihood that they will graduate, and the amount of time needed to get traction in a career and to reach prime earning age. In addition, they should consider the net present value (NPV) of their potential future earnings, weighing the costs of investing in college now against the potential gains over time.

    A First Try at ROI: Ranking 4,500 Colleges, a report by Georgetown university, has ranked the CSIU's LPN Career Center at #33.

    See the full report HERE.