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Nursing Program

 

    NEW UPDATE     ADVISEMENT MEETINGS

To view Advisement Meeting schedule and information click the How to Apply to the Nursing Program tab then download the  Advisement document.

 

 

Dear Potential Nursing Student:


The Los Angeles Valley Nursing Program is approved by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and the California Board of Registered Nursing (CABRN). National accreditation is a prestigious accomplishment for the nursing program at Los Angeles Valley College. National accreditation and State continuing approval holds the Nursing Program at a high standard and assures a program of excellence.

The Nursing Program accepts applications for the program twice a year; April for the Fall semester and September for the Spring semester. The admission criteria for the Nursing program is the Chancellor's Validation Study. The minimum cut score is 80. Remember that you must see a counselor prior to applying to the Nursing Program in order to obtain the Evaluation of Transcripts for Nursing Program Prerequisites Form signed by a counselor. Please follow the Admission Requirements posted on this webpage or call the nursing office for further information.


Open Application Period
The next open application period will begin on Septemeber 1st and will end on September 30th, 2021 for the Spring 2022 Semester. An application form link will appear on this website when the application period begins.

 


 

Degrees:

  • Associate Degree in Nursing

 


 “LAVC has given me the opportunity to pursue a career for which I am truly passionate. I am grateful for the wonderful professors that have shared their dedication, patience, and knowledge to inspire and motivate me towards becoming a nurse. I would definitely encourage students to apply to LAVC’s Nursing program. It has been a great journey. Thank you.”

--Jacqueline Rosales


Nursing Students


 “If you want quality education that is economical, come to Valley College. Classes are challenging and adequately prepare you for baccalaureate or advanced degrees. Whether you are straight out of high school, taking prerequisite courses for a degree or certificate, or undergoing a career change, Valley College is right for you.”

--Myra Ong, Student Nurse



“I feel fortunate to be a member of the LAVC Nursing family. During this hard educational journey, all of the nursing staff has been encouraging and has helped us to overcome any difficulties we have experienced. The teaching staff is very knowledgeable and professional. I am very thankful for this life-changing opportunity that the LAVC Nursing program has offered me.”

--Arshaluys Mirakyan

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