Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the CNA Program?

All of Hillendell's offerred courses are fast-paced, allowing students to jumpstart their medical career in just 16 days.
Our Lawrenceville campus is located at 1575 Lawrenceville Hwy Suite Lawrenceville, GA 30035.
Hillendell offers a variety of class options to fit your schedule. Class options include morning, afternoon, and evenings. Contact admissions at 770-261-1102 to find out which option fits best.
Tuition is dependent on the course a student decides to enroll in.

Traditional Learning is $950.00.

Blended Learning is $1250.00.
Traditional learning includes: Student ID, scrubs uniform, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, student workbook, student textbook, background check, CPR handbook. Not included: CNA state test fee ($115)

Blended learning includes: Student ID, scrubs uniform, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, background check, CPR handbook. Not included: CNA state test fee ($115)

We typically will allow our students to pay a deposit for their course (usually one-third the cost of their tuition) and require the remaining balance be paid off before we can give the student their certificate or allow you to take a state/national exam.
All of Hillendell's classes can be found in the Find Upcoming Classes section located on the Home page of our site
Yes we offer a partial online classes through our Blended Learning course. Students are allowed to complete the self paced learning online and complete skills on campus.
No, potential students do not need a high school diploma or GED to take classes for the CNA Program.
Students must be at least 16 years of age or older, have a state ID, and a social secuity number to enroll in Hillendell CNA Program classes.
We accept credit card, money orders, and checks (made payable to Hillendell Medical Training).
We do not accept FAFSA or any other financial aid at this time. We can work with students who are unemployed, displaced workers or receive government assistance to see if they can get financial assistance. We work with programs like WIA, Voc Rehab, and Community Based Services.
While Hillendell does not help with job placement, on occasion recruiters from local healthcare facilities will visit our CNA classes. Being in the facilities during clinical can also help you in your job search.