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The Loma Linda University (LLU) School of Nursing and Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) have signed a new transfer agreement, which is LLU Nursing’s first transfer agreement with a public college. MSJC nursing students will now be able to transfer to LLU’s School of Nursing to continue their nursing education.

The agreement was signed by LLU Provost Ron Carter, PhD, and MSJC president Roger Schultz, PhD. The two leaders signed the agreement to help build a stronger workforce for the region with a goal of increasing quality of life for students and residents.

The agreement allows students who’ve earned associate nursing degrees at MSJC and received their registered nurse license to transfer to LLU’s School of Nursing to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Advisors from the LLU School of Nursing will travel to MSJC to work with students who are interested in transferring.

The goal of the agreement is to meet the region’s demand for bachelors prepared nurses. It will provide transfer opportunities for current students and transfer students, and local residents will also benefit from the collaboration between the two campuses.

To learn more about the new transfer agreement between the Loma Linda University School of Nursing and Mt. San Jacinto College, visit here.

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