Connecticut LPN to RN/BSN Programs

LPNs in Connecticut looking to advance in the nursing industry are opting to become registered nurses via one of the state’s LPN to RN programs. RNs enjoy many advantages, including the ability to go into specialty nursing, increased advancement opportunities, and higher salaries. With RNs in the state earning an average of $22,550 more annually than LPNs, it’s easy to see why becoming an RN is a great next step.

List of 2018 LPN to RN or LPN to BSN Programs in CT

Below is the 2018 best comprehensive list of LPN to RN programs in Connecticut. Some of these programs may be listed as "RN", however that may mean ADN or BSN degree, please visit the school's website for program details.

ProgramWebsite
LPN to RN/BSN Online
Online Program - Achieve offers a fast-track program that combines the effectiveness of real classroom learning with the speed of credit-by- examination.
NOTE: MUST BE A LPN/LVN TO APPLY
Capital Community College
LPN to RN
950 Main Street
Hartford, CT
(860) 906-5000
Charter Oak State College
LPN to RN
55 Paul Manafort Dr
New Britain, CT
(860) 515-3800
Gateway Community College
LPN to RN
20 Church Street
New Haven, CT
(203) 285-2000
Norwalk Community College
LPN to RN
188 Richards Ave
Norwalk, CT
(203) 857-7000

Connecticut LPN vs RN Salary Comparison By Area

The table below compares the annual salary of a licensed practical nurse (LPN) to a registered nurse (RN), along with the percent increase that can be expected. The data was obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for LPNs and RNs in Connecticut.

City/AreaAvg LPN SalaryAvg RN Salary% Diff
Hartford, West Hartford, East Hartford - CT$56,250$75,97035.1%
New Haven - CT$56,210$80,06042.4%
Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk - CT$56,210$78,28039.3%
Norwich, New London, Westerly - CT$54,810$74,34035.6%
Waterbury - CT$53,380$76,69043.7%
Danbury - CT$53,060$80,98052.6%

Table data taken from BLS https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes291141.htm & https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes292061.htm