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Registered Nursing

The Victor Valley College Associate Degree Nursing program provides instruction and training to produce competent, knowledgeable, graduate nurses that provide quality nursing care to the public. This program enables students to take the NCLEX exam in order to become a licensed registered nurse.

The nursing graduate is prepared to practice nursing at any entry level in a variety of settings, including medical/surgical, psychiatric, maternal/child, perioperative, geriatric, critical care, and oncology.

The goal of nursing includes assisting the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities which contribute to attaining an optimum level of wellness. The role of the nurse is to act as manager, educator, and professional provider of care in a rapidly changing health care environment.


Qualified applicants will be notified when they are approved to take the TEAS exam.

Please see current Enrollment Process link on the left.

TEAS results from other colleges are also accepted ONLY if transferred to VVC.*

*Contact for procedures on transferring TEAS scores to Victor Valley College. (Fees may apply.)


The TEAS V RETAKE exams are scheduled each semester in the Digital Nursing Lab in Building 33, Rm 135. The next TEAS re-take Exam is scheduled for Thursday, February 11th, 2016 at 8:30am.

Applicants re-taking the TEAS exam must pay for the exam with a credit card. Please arrive 10 minutes early and bring photo ID.

For a detailed explanation of the TEAS, see ‘Important Announcement’ Below

The Victor Valley College, Nursing Program has instituted a new Enrollment (Selection) Process starting with the Fall 2014 Application Period. Please click on the link – ‘Enrollment Process Starting F14’ on the left-hand side for more information. If you need clarification, please contact the Nursing or Counseling Departments.

Current Steps to Entering the VVC Nursing Program

The first 5 steps have instructions and links here:

  1. Apply for admission to the college.
  2. Register with Financial Aid and set-up your WebAdvisor Account
  3. Complete the New Student Orientation.
  4. Complete the Assessment Test.
  5. Meet with a Counselor to obtain your educational plan. (Contact information link below.)
  6. Complete the prerequisites and general education courses for the Nursing Degree. (See link ‘Nursing Program Curriculum, Incl. Prerequisites’ on left.)
  7. Apply to the Nursing Program. Submit application Submission Materials with your official transcripts that include all courses that apply to the Nursing Degree. Other attachments may apply. See application for any additional items. Applications are available on this site, in pdf format, approximately one week before the application period. They are also available, in hard-copy, in the main office during the application period.
  8. Application is held twice a year. Current wait list is at 1-1/2 years from time of application. Wait list students may take the preliminary courses (NURS 220 NURS 246), as directed, while they wait. These preliminary Nursing courses may not be held every semester. Please check the current course schedule.

Please check all links on the left of this page for current information on Nursing program entry.

If you have additional questions or need clarification, please contact the VVC ADN Program Main Office – 760-245-4271, Ext. 2285.

It is always recommended that students considering a career or transfer for an advanced degree in health careers meet with Diane Wollan, VVC Counselor. Contact the Counseling Department for an appointment. Go to and click on Steps to Enrollment in the right hand column. Scroll down to Step Four for the counseling appointment link.

Important Announcement

Be advised, in order to be accepted into the Nursing Program, applicants must take and pass a Testing of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS V) Nursing exam (basic Mathematics, English, Reading and Science). Applicants who do not pass 62% for TEAS V will be required to complete remediation and demonstrate readiness prior to starting the program. Remediation and readiness may include, but not be limited to, successful completion of additional coursework, tutoring, and retesting. The TEAS exam may be taken a total of two times. This also includes all previous versions of the TEAS examination. Additional TEAS testing information and study materials may be obtained at the Assessment Technology Inc. website at: ATI Testing

These tests are being given to make certain the students entering the Nursing program have an acceptable level of knowledge in the content areas (Math, English, Reading Science) to successfully complete the program and obtain the licensure. Use of standardized medical program entry testing is becoming more prevalent as a precursory indicator to assist in improving the students’ success in their respective field of study.

California Senate Bill 1309 (2006) provides the basis for Nursing Assessment/Readiness testing for Nursing programs.
California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office

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This site will be updated Quarterly so please check back, if you are enrolled in the program.

The Victor Valley College Registered Nursing program is fully approved by the:

State of California
Department of Consumer Affairs
Board of Registered Nursing
1625 North Market Blvd. Suite N-217
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: (916) 322-3350

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