San Bernardino Valley College - San Bernardino, CA

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San Bernardino Valley College

School Overview

The highest degree offered by the school is the Associate's degree. The highest degree offered by the school is the Associate's degree.San Bernardino Valley College is a public school.

Contacting the School

701 South Mount Vernon Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92410-2798
Main Phone: 9093844400
Web Site:www.valleycollege.edu

Student Body Size and Diversity

In Fall 2002, the school had 12,839 (full-time equivalent) students.

Minority enrollment included African-American (2516)%, Hispanic (937)%, Asian (5586)%, and Native American (107)%.

San Bernardino Valley Collegeis a Minority Serving Institution as defined by the Office of Civil Rights. The school is a Hispanic Serving Institution, for federal financial aid purposes.

Degree Levels

  • Certificate, < 1 year
  • Certificate, 1-2 years
  • Associate's Degree
  • Certificate, 2-4 years

Degree Programs

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Building Trade And Construction

Business And ManagementComputerEducationEngineering Technology And TechniciansHealth CareHistory And Social Sciences
    Home Services VocationalLibrary Science
      Life SciencesPerforming And Visual ArtsPhysical SciencesPrecision TradeProtective Services
        Public Administration And Public Service
          Repair And Mechanic

          Athletics, Including Athletic Scholarships & Financial Aid

          San Bernardino Valley College belongs to the following athletic conferences:

          • California Collegiate Athletic Association (for football, basketball, and baseball).

          The school offers financial aid to athletes for football, basketball, and baseball

          Special Student Services

          Academic Services

          • Remedial assistance
          • Weekend college
          • Distance learning options

          Financial Flexibility

          • Student employment services
          • Career counseling
          • Placement services for graduates. However career placement is not guaranteed.
          • On-campus day Care

          Cost of Attending

          In-State, Living On Campus:$ 1,725.00
          In-State, Living With Family:$ 8,625.00
          Out of State, Living On Campus:$ 6,410.00

          Admission Requirements

          The schooloffers open admission

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