Antelope Valley College (AVC) was founded in 1929. It is a comprehensive community college in Lancaster, California dedicated to provide educational programs and services and is committed to equal educational opportunity.
AVC offers Associate Degrees, Transfer Education, Vocational and Technical Education, Student Support Services, Transitional Education, Workforce Preparation and Economic Development and Personal Enrichment and Professional Development.
College Academic Division has Arts and Letters, Business, Computer and Media Art, Health Science, Physical Education and Athletics, Math and Science, Social and Behavioral Science and Family Consumer Education and Technical Education programs.
Health Sciences include Emergency Medical Technology, Medical Assisting and Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide instructional courses and programs. It also has the Associate Degree Nursing program, which is accredited by Board of Registered Nursing and the Vocational Nursing program.
Students who complete the program have the opportunity to be eligible to apply for an Associate in Science degree.
On the other hand, Vocational Nursing program is a three-semester course that once concluded, students are eligible to take the license required to practice vocational nursing according to California Boar of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.
AVC has a bookstore, counseling center, career center, child development center, library, learning center, health services, honors programs, corporate and community education among other services.