View courses, degrees, and/or certificates for this program in the catalog.

This department is in the division of Science.


Update; Spring 2021 applicants (applicants that applied in October) please expect to recieve an email regarding your status beginning the week of November 30, 2020 

The 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.

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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 the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).  Please see accreditation page for more information.

FALL APPLICATION PERIOD: SPRING APPLICATION PERIOD:
August 1st through September 1st

January 2nd through February 2nd

OR NEXT BUSINESS DAY IF IT LANDS ON A WEEKEND.

Please allow 6-8 weeks to be notified about your application status

Late applications will not be accepted

 

For questions during campus closure please call:

(909)757-6081 Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm

For general questions email:

SBVC_nursing@valleycollege.edu 

Please be patient during this time and allow time to reply to the emails

Nursing Application Evaluations of Prior Credit from the evaluators.

Evaluations are required to apply. If evaluations are not complete in time for nursing application, nursing application will not be accepted. Please verify on evaluation if any courses has (*) on them and see note. You do not need 12 units of residency.

Students must submit all official transcripts including Crafton Hills 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.

*Please Note: If you did not request an evaluation during May 1st-July 15th you are not eligible to apply in Fall 2020 September 28th -October 12th period. The October 1st- December 15th evaluation period is for the Spring 2021 application.

application and evaluation periodPlease be advised: in order to re-evaluate your transcript (s) from other colleges and universities only if you have any new class added on to the transcript. Otherwise, you can use the existing evaluation to apply for the nursing program.

Information Application Workshops

NO LATE ADMITTANCE

LOCATION: Online ZOOM Link below

Friday, December 4th 2020 10am-12pm ZOOM
Friday, December 18th 2020 10am-12pm ZOOM
 Application workshops will be in January 2021

Zoom Meeting Information
When: Oct 30, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

 

Meeting information will be updated shortly.

This meeting is regading the program and prerequisites. NOT the application, that will be in January. 

Please read over the information packet prior to attending the meeting.  This is for students interested in SBVC nursing program the Prerequisite information will be covered in this meeting.

This meeting starts promptly and does not allow late entry after 10:00am.

Registered Nursing Applicants with Outside Transcripts!

If you took an online science course i.e. anatomy/physio or Mirco online the nursing department will not accept the courses. Although, if the course was taken during the terms of Spring 2020 through Fall 2020 online with previously accepted schools/courses we will make the exception to accept them because of COVID 19.

If you are using AP credit with a score 3 or higher official college board results must be submitted to Admissions and Records AD/SS-100.  All official transcripts must be submitted to the Admissions & Records Office (AD/SS-100) for evaluation of prior credit. 

Your Nursing Program Application must contain the Evaluation of Prior College Credits Earned.

To obtain an Evaluation Of Prior College Credits you must submit the following to AD/SS-100: (Please have them either mailed or sent electronical) 

  • Submit All Official College Transcripts
  • Request a Evaluation of Prior College Credits Earned online from admissions and records

For more information on Transcript Evaluation, click here.

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