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San Bernardino Community College

United States
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Student population Large
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Institution type Public

About San Bernardino Community College

The San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) is one of 72 junior college locale inside of the California Community College framework, the biggest instructive framework on the planet, which incorporates 112 junior colleges. The SBCCD has a 86 year history of giving its group and students with quality and moderate professional authentications, partner's degrees, and planning for exchange to a four year school or college through San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) and Crafton Hills College (CHC). Also, the Economic Development and Corporate Training Division (EDCT) and KVCR TV-FM give proficient advancement and social and instructive data to the group on the loose.

Presently in its 87th year, San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) is a thorough junior college offering a full scope of degrees, exchange projects to four-year foundations, and endorsements in an extensive variety of professions. As the first and biggest of two schools in the San Bernardino Community College Disrict, SBVC is a local pioneer in vocation and specialized training with projects in nursing, human administrations, PC data innovation, welding, electrical and handfuls more. Weekend, web, night, transient and separation learning classes are accessible alongside classes in Big Bear. The SBVC mission is to give quality training and administrations that bolster a different group of learners.

Campus information

  • Auditorium
    • hosted graduations, entertainers and political campaigns of former Presidents
  • Planetarium
    • Providing star-gazing opportunities for astronomy buffs and the general public
    • Tickets at the door are $3 adults, $2 students, seniors and alumni, $1 children 10 and under. Reservations are available but tickets must be picked up at the door.
  • Observatory
    • offered star-gazing on Monday evenings for the public and students
    • first floor of the Observatory has housed a science museum featuring a collection of vintage scientific equipment
  • Art Gallery
    • offers an Inland Empire showcase for the work of SBVC students, art faculty, alumni and regional artists.
    • Exhibits and educational programs are free and open to the public
  • Child Development Center
    • provide high-quality child development experiences for infants up to 5-years-old.
    • offers academic and vocational programs for students
  • Sunroom Restaurant
    • provides Culinary Arts students a training lab that doubles as a simulated restaurant experience
    • on-campus restaurant is open to the public and students
  • Greek Theatre
    • holds approximately 1,800
    • venue for community events, concerts and area high school graduations
  • To SBVC from the West (Los Angeles County, Ontario Airport, LAX Airport)
    • Head east on I-10
    • Exit Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Turn R on Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Circle/cross over I-10 heading north on Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Turn R into campus after light at Grant (Auto Zone on corner)
  • To SBVC from the South (Riverside, Orange County, San Diego)
    • Exit I-215 North at Inland Center Drive/Mill Street
    • Proceed straight to Mill Street at end of off-ramp
    • Turn L on Mill Street
    • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light)
    • Turn R into first driveway
  • To SBVC from the East (Palm Springs, Redlands)
    • Head west on I-10
    • Head north on I-215
    • Exit I-215 North at Inland Center Drive/Mill Street
    • Proceed straight to Mill Street at end of off-ramp
    • Turn L on Mill Street
    • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light)
    • Turn R into first driveway
  • To SBVC from the North (Victorville, Mountain Resorts)
    • Exit I-215 South at Mill Street
    • Turn R on Mill Street
    • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
    • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light)
    • Turn R into first driveway

Accommodation

Accommodation are off campus

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Engineering 2 Health and Medicine 2 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1

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