Thank you for your interest in Sierra College Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) and Nursing Assistant Programs. Please follow the links here for specific information about individual programs.
In order to receive complete and accurate information concerning the nursing programs, students are urged to first read the information on this website carefully, and then seek further information or clarification from counseling or nursing department staff as necessary.
Baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs in four-year colleges and universities differ widely in transfer and credit-granting policies, requirements, and course offerings. Students planning on seeking advanced degrees in nursing should obtain appropriate college catalogs.
So You Want to be a Nurse? Please take a few minutes to view this presentation outlining the nursing profession and strategies for getting into the Sierra College Nursing program.
Per the Board of Registered Nursing website at http://www.rn.ca.gov/enforcement/convictions.shtml
Reporting License Discipline and Convictions
"Conviction" includes a plea of no contest and any conviction that has been set aside or deferred pursuant to Sections 1000 or 1203.4 of the Penal Code, including infractions, misdemeanor, and felonies. It is not necessary to report a conviction for an infraction with a fine of less than $1,000 unless the infraction involved alcohol or controlled substances. However, any convictions in which a plea of no contest was entered and any convictions that were subsequently set aside pursuant or deferred pursuant to Sections 1000 or 1203.4 of the Penal Code must be disclosed.
In collaboration with California State University Sacramento (CSUS) we are now able to offer students an opportunity to pursue their Bachelor of Science Nursing degree concurrently during the Associate Degree Nursing program. Please use the Registered Nursing – BSN Merger Track with Sacramento State University link below for additional information.
Several variables, such as occasional fee increases, student healthcare plans, and incidentals prohibit the ability to provide an exact financial figure; however, based on current costs, students should expect to invest less than $5,000 for this program.
|Tuition*||Books||Other - Approx|
|1st Semeseter||11 units: $506||Approx: $800-900||ATI Materials: $610
|2nd Semester||11 units: $506||Approx: $50||Incidentals: $100
|3rd Semester||11 units: $506||Approx: $50||Incidentals: $50
|4th Semester||11 units: $506||Approx: $50||NCLEX Practice Exam: $41
*Tuition is subject to change due to mandatory campus wide fee increases.