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

This department is in the division of Science.

Multi-criteria and information packet are under revision. Please see prerequisites for updated GPA requirements. 

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The mission of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to provide comprehensive, quality registered nursing education by engaging diverse learners in professional nursing practice for the purpose of meeting the healthcare needs of the community.

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.

  

As of Spring 2022, the nursing program is requiring all entering students to be fully vaccinated against COVID 19 and boosters 

Information Meeting

No meetings will be held June-July. Meetings will resume in August. Schedule will be posted late July

 

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

This meeting starts promptly and does not allow late entry after it begins.

Application Workshop

It is advised to review the application checklist prior to attending. In this workshop the application itself will be reviewed.

 

 

Please return for updated dates

 

Dual Enrollemt ADN to BSN overview Meetings:

 

 Did you miss the overview meeting? No worries click below to see the video recording:

ADN to BSN CEP handbook

Registered Nursing Applicants with Outside Transcripts!

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

  • Submit All Official College Transcripts including Crafton Hills (Please have them either mailed or sent electronically) 
  • Student must have completed prerequisite courses required for the Nursing program at their other college.
  • If you are using AP credit official college board results must be on file  
  • If evaluations are not complete in time for nursing application, nursing application will not be accepted.

  • Please verify on evaluation if any courses has astrick(*). If so review notes provided.

To bypass the 12 unit recidency requirement, students must request their Evaluations of Prior Credit during the time frame below:

Dates to submit request for an Evaluation of prior Credit
Dates ADN Application is open 
(2 weeks)
 ADN Program Entry
July 1st-August 30th

September 15th-30th 

Spring 
January 3rd-February 28th March 15th-30th Fall  

  

For more information on Transcript Evaluation, click here.

 SBVC Nursing Program Completion Rates

Completion Rate

SBVC CEP flyer