Since 1964, the Evergreen Valley College Nursing Program has been highly regarded in the community for the outstanding preparation and competence of its graduates. Evergreen Valley College Nursing Department is a 2 year Registered Nurse Program. Upon completion of the program the student receives an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing and is eligible to take the NCLEX exam for RN Licensure. EVC's philosophy and beliefs about learning stress the integration/application of theory and practice, active involvement of the adult learner, and the teacher-facilitator role to promote critical thinking.
Evergreen Valley College is honored to be nominated for the 2019 Bellwether Award!! View the competition video here: EVC-SJSU RN to BSN Pathway
Click here to apply for the generic Associate Degree in Nursing Program (ADN)
Click here if you are a licensed LVN applying for advanced placement (LVN to RN program)
Click here if you are military/veteran applying for advanced placement in the nursing program
Click here if you are BRN deficient applying to take nursing courses at EVC
Beginning October 2018 for the Fall 2019/Spring2020 Application Cycle, a Multicriteria Selection process will be utilized (see Nursing Enrollment Page).
Beginning January 1, 2017, SB466, Policy Credit for Military Education/Credit will be implemented. Policy created December 22, 2016.
Beginning October 2014, there is no recency requirement for any of the nursing prerequisites (which include Anatomy, Microbiology, Physiology)
The Board of Registered Nursing is enforcing the Social Security Number requirement at the point of application for the RN licensing exam (NCLEX).
Effective October 2011, Test for Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) CHANGES - ATI completed a norming study on the new TEAS exam (Version VI or higher). Due to student success data, the recommended cut score of version VI or higher is 62%. Based on the recommendation from the State Chancellor's office, the EVC Nursing program will no longer accept TEAS test version 3.0 or 4.0 with cut scores of 72% or higher.
Do you have a Baccalaureate degree from another school in the US? SB 1393: students who have earned a Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college are only required to complete the coursework required for the registered nursing program, including prerequisites and nursing coursework. These students are not required to complete any other courses to meet graduation requirements for the associate degree. However, to apply for licensure through the CA Board of Registered Nursing (BRN), EVC nursing program graduates are required to complete 3.0 units of each of the following courses or equivalent courses: General Psychology (Psych 001), Oral (verbal) communications (COMS 010, 020, 035, 040, 045) and Societal/Cultural Pattern (ETH 010, 011, 030, 035, 040, 042, SOC 010, 011, SSCI 020, 050, ANTH 063).