We offer Vocational Training, Certificate Programs, Associate Degrees and/or preparation
for transfer to a university.
The population at SBVC reflects the diversity of your community and state. If you
are ready to participate and enjoy new experiences, SBVC is ready for you.
No matter how you define your professional and personal success, we are here to help
you achieve it. At San Bernardino Valley College your admission starts here! To the
right are links for...
- Application for Admission
- Assess & Orientation
- Enrollment Fees
- Residency Requirements
- High School Concurrent Enrollment Requirements
SBVC is dedicated to providing services to prospective, new, current and former students
in the areas of admissions, registration, graduation and transcripts by creating a
positive environment that values diversity, multiculturalism and mutual respect.
Fall 2016 Workshops continue! STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics. Here, at SBVC, we promote and support STEM education through our
student support services, faculty and STEM curriculum. According to the US Bureau
of Labor and Statistics, employment in STEM occupations is projected to grow almost
two times faster than the average for all occupations over the next decade. To avoid
taking unnecessary math courses, register for the Pre-Assessment Workshops.
Need a Roadmap To Transfer? SBVC is a great place to fulfill your lower division
general education as well as your major preparation for transfer. Transfer Counselors from various campuses are to facilitate an ed-path for your transfer goals.
The SBVC Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students with limited resources
meet their educational expenses. See Priority FAFSA Submissions. SBVC offers a full array of financial aid programs, grants, workstudy, loans and scholarships to full-time and part-time students.
Students & ASG members meet & greet with the new SBVC President Diana Rodriguez. San Bernardino Valley College offers
students a wide variety of opportunities to join or charter a new club on campus.
Getting involved with a club is a great way of getting active on campus, improving
student life or simply meeting and making new friends.