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FALL APPLICATION PERIOD: January 02-February 02


Late applications will not be accepted.

Nursing Application Evaluations of Prior Credit:

Evaluations are required to apply. If evaluations are not complete in time for nursing application, nursing application will not be accepted.

Students must submit all official transcripts and request for an evaluation during the following dates in order to apply for the nursing program. Transcripts will not be collected in the nursing application. Instead, evaluations of prior credit are required within admissions application.

Have you taken classes at another college that you want to use toward your degree here at SBVC?

New Policy affecting New Registered Nursing Applicants!

The RN Program will no longer accept official transcripts directly from students (Outside Colleges). All official transcripts must be submitted to the Admissions & Records Office (AD/SS-100) for evaluation. Your Nursing Program Application must contain the Evaluation of Prior College Credits Earned. Applicants applying during the following periods may request for their transcripts to be evaluated during the corresponding RN Application Period below.

To obtain an Evaluation Of Prior College Credits you must submit the following to AD/SS-100:

Submit Official College Transcripts.
Submit Evaluation of Prior College Credits Earned.
The following date ranges apply to RN Applicants ONLY.

Request Evaluation Period

May 1- July 15 (for SPRING of the following year)
August 1- September 1 (for FALL of the following year)


Nursing Graduates Fall 2010The mission of the Associate Degree Nursing Program at San Bernardino Valley College is to provide a comprehensive, quality instructional program to assist students to achieve their vocational goal of becoming Registered Nurses.

The Nursing Department offers a sequence of courses leading to an Associate of Science degree with a major in nursing. Students learn to function in a variety of health care settings and assist patients, through the nursing process, attain or maintain their optimum level of wellness. Graduates are eligible to take the national licensing exam and become licensed as a Registered Nurse in California.

Learning activities are conducted on the San Bernardino Valley College campus and in local hospitals and community agencies.The program is accredited by both the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and the California Board of Registered Nursing.

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