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If you are interested in the Nursing Program at Mt. San Jacinto College, attend a Nursing Workshop. The Nursing Student Success Advisor offers Nursing Workshops on a regular basis to give you all the information you ever wanted to know about preparing for the nursing education program at Mt. San Jacinto College.

Fall 2014 Information Workshops will be announced as soon as that information is available

Fall 2014 LVN-RN Application Workshops will be announced as soon as that information is available


Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing program at Mt. San Jacinto College includes the use of a Multi-Criteria Selection Process. This tool includes, but is not limited to:
  • previous academic degrees
  • diplomas or relevant certifications
  • grade point average in prerequisite courses
  • life experiences
  • proficiency or advanced level coursework in a language other than English
  • TEAS score
for the Multi-Criteria Selection Process.  


1. Apply to Mt. San Jacinto College; complete the orientation, assessment and optional advising session.
2. Submit all Official Transcripts from all Colleges and/or Universities attended to the Nursing and Allied Health Unit or Enrollment Services.
3. Completion of the following prerequisites with a minimum grade of “C” or better and a combined grade point average of 2.5 or higher is required.
*ANAT 101- Anatomy & Physiology I (5 semester units)
*ANAT 102- Anatomy & Physiology II (5 semester units)
*BIOL 125- Microbiology (5 semester units)
MATH 096- Intermediate Algebra or higher (5 semester units)
ENGL 101- Freshman Composition (4 semester units)

*Must be completed within a seven-year period preceding qualifying date of eligibility.
4. Complete and submit a Transcript Evaluation to the Nursing and Allied Health Unit by December 1st once all prerequisite courses are complete or in the final semester of being complete.
5. If the evaluation results confirm eligibility, download an application from the website and submit during the application filing period. Application Workshops will be offered to assist with completing the application (workshop schedule).
6. Applications will be reviewed using the Multi-Criteria point system.
All students, having met the basic entrance requirements are eligible for admission. The Nursing program accepts a class of 50-60 first year students each fall semester for the ADN program and 10-15 students each spring semester for the LVN-RN/ LVN 30 unit option program.

If accepted to the nursing program, students are required to complete immunizations prior to start date.


You can contact the Nursing Department Office by emailing or calling (951) 639-5577 if you have any additional questions.