SBVC News

On August 18, the Nursing Department hosted its first Family Night Out, an event aimed for new SBVC Nursing students and their families to get familiar with the Nursing Program. This event allowed attendees to meet Nursing faculty and get a tour of the clinical labs in the Health & Life Science Building.

The Nursing Department emphasized the importance of family in the educational journey of a Nursing student and gave the stage to SBVC Nursing alumni to share their stories of success and perseverance to inspire the onboarding students. SBVC Interim President Dr. Scott Thayer said of the event, “It was a great introduction of our outstanding Nursing Department for this new cohort of students.”

--

--

This August new SBVC students had the opportunity to meet fellow Wolverines, ask questions and get the info they needed to prep for the Fall semester by joining SBVC’s Discord server. The server has grown significantly by over 170 new members compared to the Spring semester. With over 370 students…

--

--

Coach Devin Bennett, the head coach for SBVC softball, recently published an article in a national trade publication, Top Recruit, for softball coaches and student athletes. Top Recruit is a magazine for softball athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. The article titled “Constructing an Effective Softball Skills Video” is…

--

--

SBVC Mascot Blue the Wolverine takes the free shuttle to campus.

With reductions in available student parking due to the construction of the new Technical Building on campus and the loss of access to the Swap Meet across Mount Vernon, San Bernardino Valley College has partnered with the National Orange Show to provide hundreds of extra parking spots for students, employees…

--

--

SBVC’s outreach team donated over 1,000 backpacks to San Bernardino City
Unified School District for its second annual Back to School Extravaganza.

On July 21, the outreach team attended the event to distribute the backpacks and provide enrollment information to future Wolverines and their families. The event drew over 1,500…

--

--

In June, SBVC, IEWorks and the Inland Empire Black Workers Center celebrated the inaugural class of the Water Industry Pre-
Apprenticeship program.

In March, SBVC partnered with the Inland Empire Black Workers Center to provide a pathway for individuals seeking a career in water and wastewater management. Part of the…

--

--

SBVC News

SBVC News

Founded in 1926, San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) is a comprehensive community college offering hundreds of degree programs, on campus and online.