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.
Admission to the program is by special application.
- NURSING INFORMATION PACKETS are available during the Nursing Workshops and from the Nursing Student Success Advisor or Nursing Secretary in the Nursing Department office.
- Nursing Workshops are scheduled once a month and are your best opportunity for information pertaining to the Nursing program at San Diego City College. Seating is limited to 35 so reservations are required and are accepted via email to Susan Chandler at email@example.com . You will receive a confirmation with the workshop location and parking instructions. All workshops start at 1:00 pm. Late arrivals will not be admitted and need to reschedule. Questions? Email Susan or call: 619-388-3441.
Fall 2014 Workshops
- Wednesday August 27, 2014 -- Application only: 12noon to 1pm
- Wednesday August 27, 2014 -- Nursing Workshop: 1-3pm
- Wednesday September 24, 2014 -- Application only: 12noon to 1pm
- Wednesday September 24, 2014 -- Nursing Workshop: 1-3pm
- Wednesday October 22, 2014 -- Application only: 12noon to 1pm
- Wednesday October 22, 2014 -- Nursing Workshop: 1-3pm
- Wednesday November 19, 2014 -- Application only: 12noon to 1pm
- Wednesday November 19, 2014 -- Nursing Workshop: 1-3pm
- Wednesday December 10, 2014 -- Nursing Workshop: 1-3pm
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 Educationprogram is fully accredited by the California Boardof Registered Nursing (BRN) and the AccreditationCommission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).Inquiries regarding accreditation may be made bycontacting the BRN at P.O. Box 944210, Sacramento,CA 94244, 916-322-3350 or ACEN at 3343 PeachtreeRoad NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326. 404-975-5000
Directed Clinical Practice Requirement
Students accepted into this program will be requiredto successfully complete Directed Clinical Practice/clinically-based courses held in health care facilities.These facilities require background checks and urinedrug screening as a condition of placement.
Refusal to submit to a background check, or failureto meet clearance criteria established by the healthcare facility, may prevent placement in the DirectedClinical Practice/clinically-based course and thus, itmay not be possible to successfully progress in orcomplete the program.
Health care facilities also require adherence tostrict standards of conduct. Facilities may refuseeducational access to any person who does notadhere to the facility’s standards of safety, health andethical behavior. This may be cause for removal fromthe program.