Nursing Application (Available October 1st – October 31)
Due to the impact of COVID-19, EVC Nursing will ONLY accept official e-transcripts for the October 2020 application cycle. These official transcripts must be electronically received by the nursing department between October 1st-October 31st only. These official transcripts must be sent to email@example.com. Please note: e-transcripts are not sent immediately when you order them (can take up to several days to process). Due to COVID-19, ordering transcripts may take longer for your college to process so please plan accordingly. If your college is not offering e-transcripts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Evergreen Valley College will be a virtual campus for Fall 2020. As such, the nursing department will not accept transcripts that are mailed and dropping off transcripts to the nursing office will not be an option. Any applicants who do not comply with these instructions will result in disqualification. This modification has been implemented to protect the safety of nursing staff and students during the coronavirus pandemic.
NURSING APPLICATION IS
ONLY AVAILABLE OCTOBER 1ST – OCTOBER 31 FOR ENROLLMENT THE FOLLOWING ACADEMIC YEAR
The application period is for enrollment in the following academic year. Once selection is determined, the student will be assigned to begin nursing coursework in either the fall or spring semester.
Update*** Evergreen Valley College and San Jose State are excited to announce the South Bay Concurrent Enrollment Program! Watch the video here.
Before applying to the nursing program, applicants
1. Complete the following biology prerequisites (with unit equivalent listed for lecture/lab), with a GPA of 2.5 or above:
2. Complete English 1A with a "C" or better (3 Semester Units Minimum)
TEAS Version 6 exam and upload first passing score (pass= 62%) to the online application.
The EVC nursing program will
not accept international science courses or online courses to meet the prerequisite science requirement for Anatomy, Physiology, or Microbiology.
If you have
NOT taken required pre-requisites or other relevant courses at a community college, U.C., or CSU (i.e. your courses do not appear on the transfer website,
assist.org), you must complete this course substitution major requirement form:
Course Sub GEN ED REVISED If you completed required prerequisites out of state, you
must also complete this form.
Beginning fall 2010, one semester of combined A&P will no longer meet the requirement for Anatomy.
Helpful Charts for Relevant Courses:
List of comparable courses at other local colleges:
Local CC Courses Equivalent to EVC Nursing 2-8-17.xls
List of courses that have already met equivalency and do not require a course equivalency form:EVC Relevant Coursework.xlsx
If your courses are not listed on the above spreadsheet, you must complete this course equivalency form and attach to your online application: Course Sub GE.pdf
Effective 10/1/18, EVC Nursing we will be utilizing the Multi Criteria selection process. To be eligible, applicants must have completion of Biology Pre-requisites-Anatomy, Microbiology and Physiology (with unit equivalent listed above for lecture/lab), with a GPA of 2.5 or above for the sciences, and completion of English 1A with a "C" or better. Multicriteria is a point system application process.
BS/BA or higher =
AS/AA/ADT degree = 2 points
Biology Prerequisites Anatomy, Microbiology, and Physiology
GPA must be ≥ or 2.5
4.0 30 points
3.6 - 3.9 25 points
3.3 - 3.5 20 points
3.0 - 3.2 15 points
2.5 - 2.9 5 points
Pharmacology 5 points, Pathophysiology 5 points, all other courses 3 points per course for each course completed: Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Oral Communications, and a course that fulfils
AA Math requirement.
Life Experience include:
Proficiency or advanced level coursework in languages other than English.
Credit for languages other than English shall be received for languages that are identified by the Chancellor's office. These may include but are not limited to the following:
ASL, Arabic, Chinese including its various dialects, Farsi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and various languages of the Indian subcontinents and Southeast Asia
Proof must be provided by the student ( of spoken language proficiency) by one of the following:
Assessment and Readiness testing (TEAS).
Only the first passing score will be counted for points.
First time ATI testing will be available through Evergreen Valley College (Limited Number). For more information click here:
TEAS Version 6
85 – 100% 25 points
78 – 84.9% 20 points
71 – 77.9 % 15 points
64 – 70.9 % 10 points
62 – 63.9 % 5 points
Maximum Points that can be acquired: 105
ONLY COMPLETED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. A COMPLETED APPLICATION INCLUDES THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS INDICATED BELOW.
DO NOT SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS
BEFORE OCTOBER 1ST OR
AFTER OCTOBER 31ST. Any transcripts submitted outside of this application window will not be processed and can lead to an incomplete application.
Proof of Academic Degree – You will need to submit an official transcript with the confirmation of your degree (same process as indicated above).
Recent work or volunteer experience with direct human patient care within the past 5 years - Must have verification from human resources or employer verifying the number of hours worked and job title submitted on letterhead, and upload to online application- no hard copy required.
Completion of relevant course work for Evergreen Valley College Nursing Program – Official transcripts indicating completion (same process as indicated for transcripts above) if Petitioned, must include copy of course substitution approval.
Life Experience – There will be a narrative section in the online application for applicants to fill out, no hard copy required.
Proficiency or advanced level coursework in languages other than English –
TEAS - During the application period, you
must upload your Version 6 TEAS Score to the application website. For information on the TEAS, please visit https://www.atitesting.com/Solutions.aspx - no hard copy necessary (if you are selected to the program, you will be asked to submit official TEAS transcript).
Here is the workflow that the application process will follow:
If there are more qualified applicants than spaces available, selection will be as follows:
The program will select applicants with the highest point value
If the number of highest point values is tied and exceeds spaces available, the program will randomly select applicants from the highest point values.