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Contact Info:
State: California
City: San Bernardino
Street: 701 South Mount Vernon Avenue
ZIP: 92410-2748
Phone: (909) 384-4400
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: Once a year
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
San Bernardino Valley College was established in 1926 is the twenty-fifth oldest community college in California. Nowadays San Bernardino Valley College continues a proud tradition of providing quality education to community and its people.

San Bernardino Valley College is dedicated to provide educational opportunities at affordable rate. College offers a wide range of academic and vocational programs. A number of the academic units of SBVC are business and information technology division, visual, performing and media arts division, social science, humanities division and human development division. College provides degrees in the arts and sciences to students who successfully complete a comprehensive two-year course. It also offers over 40 programs in technical and occupational fields of study. Courses may be taken individually to develop specific skills or as part of a program leading to an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science and or a Certificate of Completion in specific occupational fields.

Financial Aid
At San Bernardino Valley College Financial Aid is awarded based on calculated financial need rather than academic achievement. Additionally, eligibility for federal financial aid requires that a student meet the following guidelines: have a high school diploma/GED, have successfully completed six degree applicable units toward their program or pass an Ability to Benefit test; be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen; be working toward a degree or certificate; have a valid Social Security number; register with the Selective Service (for men between the ages of 18 and 26); and maintain satisfactory academic progress once in school.

The main financial aid options: Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver, Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Academic Competitiveness Grant, Federal Work-Study, Cal Grants.



Programs offered by this school:
Certificate Program in Library Technician