The program prepares students to work as registered nurses. Upon completion, the graduate will receive an Associate Degree in Nursing. The graduate is entitled to take the California State Board of Registered Nursing licensing exam.
The program offers a series of courses that combine academic classes on campus, skills practice in the nursing skills laboratory, and patient care experience in various hospitals and facilities in the San Francisco area. Click here for a description of the courses required.
- Frequently Asked Questions regarding Registered Nursing
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- NCLEX Passing Rates
- ATI Test for Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2013 TO ALL LVN APPLICANTS FOR FALL 2013-SPRING 2014 ENTRY: DUE TO PROJECTED BUDGET CUTS THE REGISTERED NURSING DEPARTMENT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SCHEDULE THE LVN-RN BRIDGE COURSE FOR EITHER SEMESTER.
The purpose of City College of San Francisco Registered Nursing Program is to recruit, counsel and prepare qualified people in the San Francisco Bay Area to function effectively at an entry level registered nursing position.