Become a Registered Nurse
Prepare to pass the NCLEX-RN exam and enter the workforce as a registered nurse.
During the RN program, you will take 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. Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive an Associate Degree in Nursing and be entitled to take the California State Board of Registered Nursing licensing exam.
It is strongly recommended to all applicants and students to review the RN Program Information.
- If you are interested in the Registered Nursing program. Attend the information program meeting on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 1:00 pm.
- Complete this RN Information Meeting registration form to attend.
Application Filing Period
The application filing period for the RN program happens once a year. Applications are accepted from January 20 through February 20 for the following Fall and Spring Semester.
Applicants selected for spring 2023 admission, the notification was sent via your CCSF email account on June 10, 2022.
Please check you spam folder.
Letters for stand-by and letters of denial will be sent out mid-late June 2022 via CCSF email of the department's decisions.
Please do not call or email the CCSF nursing department, staff or counselor about your application status until decisions are made in mid-late June 2022.
All correspondence will be made to your official CCSF email account. Add @ccsf.edu to your safe domain to avoid missing emails from the program as junk.
If selected, Applicants will be asked to submit their original ATI-TEAS version 6 FIRST ATTEMPT score from ATI testing.
Those interested in taking the TEAS exam through us, the ATI TEAS exam date(s) will be available Fall semester 2021.
Please check the CCSF Registered Nursing ATI TEAS exam link for updates.
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.