Nursing is a profession which provides health care
to individuals of all ages. Nursing encompasses
many activities including health promotion, health
maintenance, health care during illness and injury
and rehabilitation. Nurses apply knowledge from the
biological, physical, behavioral and nursing sciences
to care for clients in varied settings. The purpose of
the San Diego City College Nursing program is to
provide an educational opportunity for qualified
individuals interested in a career in nursing. The San Diego City College Nursing Education Program is fully accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) & by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Questions or concerns regarding accreditation status may be addressed to the BRN (P.O. BOX 944210, Sacramento, CA 94244; Phone #: 916-322-33350) or ACEN (3343 Peachtree Rd. NE, Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30326).
Admission to the program is by special application.
NURSING INFORMATION PACKETS are available on the web site (Information Packet)
Nursing Workshops are scheduled once a month and are your best opportunity for information pertaining to the Nursing Education Program at SDCC. There are two informational workshops provided for students. For the correct workshop for your individual needs please see the descriptions below. For parking and other information email Susan Chandler at Schandle@sdccd.edu. The information packet should be printed and brought to the meeting as handouts are NOT provided.
NURSING INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOPS:
For complete and accurate information please be seated before 1:00 as workshops begin on time. Workshops are held in V 101 (1081 16th St. in the Career Technology Center building [CTC] at the corner of Broadway and 16th St).
Students who are interested in the program but not ready to apply should attend the INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOP. This workshop covers basic information including general education and degree requirements, the TEAS, the point system for admission, and transcript and evaluation requests.
The following dates and times are for the INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOP only.
Workshops are held in V 101 on the following dates:
- Wednesday, May 18, 2016 1 - 3 pm
If you have questions regarding the application, application submission process, point system and admission process
and you are planning to apply between September 1st and December 1, 2015 please attend the APPLICATION WORKSHOP.
For complete and accurate information please be seated by 3:00 PM. Workshops are held in V101 (1081 16th St. in the Career Technology Center building [CTC] at the corner of Broadway and 16th St).
Students who have all of their pre-requisites complete and are ready to submit their application should attend this workshop. Instructions will be given on filling out the application accurately and preparing the documents necessary to submit a complete nursing application. The following dates are for the APPLICATION WORKSHOP only.
Application Workshops are held in V 101 on the following dates:
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION is available on the nursing website at:
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 3 pm to 4 pm
APPLICATIONS for the nursing program are also available on the Nursing website at:
Prospective students are responsible for obtaining these materials in order to acquaint themselves with the admission policies and procedures.
The San Diego City College Nursing Education program is fully accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).Inquiries regarding accreditation may be made by contacting the BRN at P.O. Box 944210, Sacramento,CA 94244, 916-322-3350 or ACEN at 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326. 404-975-5000
Directed Clinical Practice Requirement
Students accepted into this program will be required to successfully complete Directed Clinical Practice/clinically-based courses held in health care facilities.These facilities require background checks and urine drug screening as a condition of placement.
Refusal to submit to a background check, or failure to meet clearance criteria established by the healthcare facility, may prevent placement in the Directed Clinical Practice/clinically-based course and thus, it may not be possible to successfully progress in or complete the program.
Health care facilities also require adherence to strict standards of conduct. Facilities may refuse educational access to any person who does not adhere to the facility’s standards of safety, health and ethical behavior. This may be cause for removal from the program.