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Nursing

Welcome to Nursing

The Nursing (NURS) program at Skagit Valley College (SVC) prepares students for a lifelong career in nursing practice. Nursing is one of the most diverse and exciting careers in today’s health care field. It provides unlimited opportunities and intangible benefits for those who enter the profession. Nurses are employed in a variety of settings including hospitals, extended care centers, home health care agencies, physicians’ offices, mental health facilities, and corrections. New technologies are continually developing in the health care field, offering exciting and challenging career opportunities.

Nursing is a demanding, rewarding profession that requires strong communication skills, excellent problem-solving abilities, focused concentration when performing a task, attention to detail, the ability to work well with others, and extensive knowledge of the sciences.

TEAS offered at Skagit Valley College

Available TEAS sessions. Please visit the ATI website (www.atitesting.com) to register.

Spring Quarter dates TBA.

Nursing Information Sessions

Advising Sessions Winter Quarter 2017 will be on Mondays at 10:30am in Rm A225:

  • January 9, 23, 30
  • February 6, 13, 27
  • March 6, 13

Pre-Nursing Advisors:

Tiffany.geddis@skagit.edu

Julie.kunz@skagit.edu

Beth.mcguire@skagit.edu

Abel.gage@skagit.edu

Susanna.heinze@skagit.edu