Nursing & Allied Health


 Nursing students in simulation lab

To apply for:

  • Generic Associate Degree in Nursing Program, click here (only available October 1st-October 31st)

  • LVN-RN Program, click here (only available October 1st-October 31st)
  • Military/Advanced Placement, click here (only available October 1st-October 31st)
  • BRN Deficient Program, click here (only available October 1st-October 31st)


Evergreen Valley College Nursing Program is currently hiring for a full-time Med-Surg Faculty Position! More details below:

  • Click here to view the job posting

About the Nursing Profession

This is a most adventurous time to enter the nursing profession! Demand for nurses continues to grow while supply steadily decreases. This situation will worsen with the aging of our population. In addition, a significant number of nurses are expected to retire within the next ten years.

Rewards in nursing include constant opportunities to give compassionate competent care that makes a difference in the lives of others and positively contributes to the health and well being of humanity. Nursing also gives you job security, flexibility in hours, full benefits for part-time work, incentives to continue with education, pension plans, varied work settings.

Men and women from diverse backgrounds who enter nursing find the advances in technology, expanded practice roles, and specialty areas such as surgical, emergency, obstetrical, pediatric, and critical care nursing to be interesting, exciting and rewarding. In addition, nursing careers are expanding to also include increasing emphasis in home care and community health nursing. Nurses can also have academic careers that include teaching and research. In fact, the diversity of career choices within nursing makes it a very attractive profession. Challenges on the horizon include preparing nursing to competently respond to bio-terrorism threats, increasing global environmental health hazards, escalating health care costs, and providing culturally competent health care to an increasingly diverse society.

Our graduates and local community health care providers find that our program solidly prepares competent entry-level nurses. Please consider the Evergreen Valley College Nursing Program as your program of choice as you consider a career in nursing.

​ACCREDITATION / PASS RATES​​ / graduation rates / employment rates

The EVC RN Program is accredited by:

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850Atlanta, GA 30326Phone: 404-975-5000
​http://www.acenursing.org/

Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Registered Nursing (BRN)

Board of Registered Nursing
P.O. Box 944210
Sacramento, CA 94244-2100
Phone: 916-322-3350
Fax: 916-574-7697
http://www.rn.ca.gov

NCLEX (RN Licensure Exam) Pass Rates:

The Department of Consumer Affairs for the Board of Registered Nursing of California posts the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) pass rates for all of the Board Approved Schools in California. These pass rates reflect all graduates of the EVC Nursing Program who have taken the examination within the last 5 years. You may view these pass rates by clicking on the link below.

NCLEX Pass Rates for EVC Nursing Program​
Student Achievement Data for 2015-2016 Academic Year
  • ​First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam  for Nurses (NCLEX) 84.62%
  • Graduates Obtaining Jobs: 82%
  • Attrition Rate:  18%
  • On-Time Completion Rate: 61%
​​Student Achievement Data for 2016-2017​

  • First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam  for Nurses (NCLEX) 93.85%
  • Graduates Obtaining Jobs: 74​%
  • Attrition Rate:  18%
  • On-Time Completion Rate 66​% 

Student Achievement Data for 2017-2018​
  • First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam  for Nurses (NCLEX): 95%
  • Graduates Obtaining Jobs: TBD
  • Attrition Rate:  25%
  • On-Time: Completion Rate: 59%

BRN ​2016 Survey of Registered Nurses Report and Infographic Brochure and 2017 Forecasts of the RN Workforce Report

http://www.rn.ca.gov/forms/reports.shtml#rnsurvey

Contact Info:

Lynette Apen​,
RN ​​MSN, UCSF
Dean, Nursing and Allied Health

​​Brittany Long
Nursing Program Coordinator
(408) 270-6448
evcnursing@evc.edu
Office S-207

Spring/Fall Office Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Closed Weekends & Holidays

Will Sapigao             Nursing Counselor                    (408) 223-6711 William.Sapigao@evc.edu

Division Departments

  1. Associate Degree in Nursing Program
  2. Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide
  3. Family and Consumer Studies


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