Fall 2024 Nursing Application

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The Chabot College nursing program remains fully committed to the education, training and preparation of future nurses in this community. The nursing program is experiencing faculty vacancies that may affect required courses in the fall semester of 2024. If this situation remains ongoing the nursing program may not be admitting a class of new students in August. We encourage you to also apply to other nursing programs at the same time you apply to Chabot College.


Nursing at Chabot College

The Nursing Program provides the necessary knowledge and skills on becoming a Registered Nurse (RN).  Nursing continues to be a popular job and is in very high demand.  If you're ready to take the next step of becoming one, our Nursing program can help you get there.

The Nursing Profession Needs You!

Attend the How to be Successful in a Nursing Program class:

NURS 10, 0.5 units or Pass/No Pass
2 sections available:

  1. CRN# 32997 on March 1-2 (4.5 hours/day); OR,
  2. CRN# 32998 on May 3-4 (4.5 hours/day)

This course introduces students to the rigors and curriculum in the Nursing Program. Students prepare to be SUCCESSFUL by learning about topics such as critical thinking, study skills, time management, nursing theory, math for medication, and the nursing process.

Open to ALL Chabot students interested in pursuing a degree in nursing!

Register in CLASS-Web/MyPortal

For more information or to request accommodations, contact Angela Espinoza at (510)723-6986 or

Why Chabot

  1. Faculty with 20+ years of experience
  2. Modern facilities and simulation labs preparing students with real life scenarios
  3. Dedicated counselor for the nursing program
  4. We work with diverse populations and communities in the clinical settings
  5. 50-75% of graduates transfer to a BSN program or the CSUEB bridge program
  6. Test-taking preparation seminars
  7. Affordable
  8. Ranked #1 Program in California 2023 from for the 5th Annual Nursing School Program rankings by 
  9. Exemplary NCLEX passing rate:
    Year of Graduating Class Passing Rate
    Class 2023 (31) 100%
    Class 2022 (33) 96.97%
    Class 2021 (31) 100%
    Class 2020 (22) 100%
    Class 2019 (29) 100%
    Class 2018 (32) 100%




We offer 2 programs

  1. Registered Nursing
    Acquire an AS Degree in Nursing and qualify to take the NCLEX-RN.

  2. LVN to RN Bridge
    Provides LVNs two options (30 unit and/or AS degree) to qualify on becoming a RN, pending available space. Average incoming LVN class size is 3-5 students annually.

Foreign Trained Registered Nurses
If you have been referred to take specialized classes by the BRN, unfortunately, Chabot Nursing can no longer accommodate this request.


Registered Nurses are projected to receive an average yearly wage from $68,199 to $122,284 in Alameda County as of April 2021. The outlook for RNs will continue to be positive.

Many of our graduates work at Bay Area health facilities in various positions and even return to Chabot's Nursing Program to assist current students. Our program offers a pathway for students to becoming Registered Nurses and to take advantage of these opportunities.

Contact Us

Building & room Building 2200, Room 2273 - 2nd fl

Phone 510.723.6896



In person: 

Available by appt. M-F


  • Monday - Friday: 9 - 5

Hours are subject to change

Tami Washington
Director of Nursing Program

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Nursing Program is raising funds to help students cover the cost of clinical supplies, program material, graduation, and other educational needs. Make a tax-deductible contribution today and help support Chabot's nursing students!