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San Joaquin Valley College

48 Reviews

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76% of 48 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 48 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Fast Facts

Average Financial Aid: $4,502

Accreditation: San Joaquin Valley College is acredited by 2 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at San Joaquin Valley College

Certificate Degrees

Heavy/Industrial Equipment Maintenance Technologies $9,500 $48,389 73
Health and Medical Administrative Services $9,500 $22,370 31
Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services $9,500 $21,439 23
Human Resources Management and Services $9,500 $35,957 8

Associate's Degrees

Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions $23,987 $58,157 88
Construction Management $19,697 $59,937 85
Health and Medical Administrative Services $19,200 $25,693 27
Heavy/Industrial Equipment Maintenance Technologies Not Reported $40,257 23

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Reviewed: 3/28/2023

Degree: Medical Assistant

I am a graduate of the medical assistant certificate program, and I finished in 2017. I am so happy I did this and I have been employed for 6 years by two major hospital systems in my state. While hands on skills were limited to none during the program, the externship provided some experience to help my confidence. Looking back, I’m very happy for the help and cheering on that the teachers and student advisors gave me to finish the program. I’m now going back to nursing school feeling even more confident... Read More

Michelle E

Reviewed: 3/17/2020

Degree: Respiratory Therapy

I still recommend the program but have had difficulty in the last semester with or last two classes with financial aid. Prepare not to receive your money until 2 weeks before graduation as this is what is happening to me I now have to work more hours


Reviewed: 5/17/2019

Degree: Human Resources

This the worst school ever! They treat you great & supportive but once you graduate you are on your own. they dont care! Still this day i cant find a job in my field. they dont do job placement. At all , the talk they give you in the beginning are lies to grab you in. the career service is no help they will tell you okay ill look at your resume and send some out and fix up your resume give them a few day . but no call back or answer when you call or email! RUN AWAY DONT GO HERE!!

Steve M.

Reviewed: 3/11/2019

Degree: Information Technology

The IT Degree is not worth the paper it is written on. The online labs are a joke. The career services leave something to be desired. Your better off just getting your CompTIA certifications and then move on to Cisco. Employers do not give a damn about your degree, they are looking for your experience and your certifications.


Reviewed: 9/11/2018

Degree: Respiratory Therapy

How tuition works was not up front. It cost me an addition $2000 due to the fact my work place was told it was a cost of $409.50 per class. SJVC included the credits that I tranfered into the program under the tuition. This is fraudulent!!! They are including credits that were paid for and taken by another college in the price when submitting it to my work place. I am sorry I started the program there are many other programs to choose from. I will be reporting this to the AARC.

Steve M

Reviewed: 7/6/2017

Degree: Network Security

At San Joaquin Valley College...Vets beware...The VA Rep here is a joke. I am chapter 31 qualified. Getting the information I need for my VA VocRehab Rep from this school's VA representative is like getting your teeth pulled. I guess for this person this is a hobby not a job . This person is "constantly" out of the office and when there will not return your calls.... So prepare to do all the work for the VA yourself. Now in regards to the Advisor i am working with she is o.k.


Reviewed: 6/15/2017

Degree: Medical Billing & Coding

Garbage school. I already have a degree from a community college. I decided to us up the last of my GI Bill and get another degree from SJVC online. They are your typical Private school, all the bad rap associated with such they definitely have. They refused to accept my credits for math and English from another school because it is all about the money for them. They had some lame excuse how the credit hours didn't match or something which is weird because the math I had to take at SJVC in my program... Read More


Reviewed: 5/30/2017

Degree: Medical Billing & Coding

I wouldn't return here if I could turn back time. Typical sales pitch personal, they are super polite and answer all of your questions until you have passed your grace period of opting out of the program. Once you are over that period you don't have that same customer service. Emails are not return as quickly or at all like before. I once received an email from the student adviser letting me know that non passing grade would effect my student loan. Didn't even care that I was reaching out to the... Read More

Noemi Ross

Reviewed: 3/26/2017

Degree: Business

I really enjoyed attending SJVC On-line classes. The on-line classes worked well for me because they allowed me to complete my school work while traveling and, when I was at home, I had the flexibility I needed to pilot a literacy program in my community. I began my classes in January 2016 and just completed my Associate in Business Administration and Management degree. The workload was heavy, but manageable, which I expected for a compressed program. There were two, and rarely three, classes every... Read More

Elizabeth Binkley

Reviewed: 12/15/2016

Degree: Medical Assistant

Applying for the school and being accepted was easy peasy. All along the way through every week, I'd have contact from my teachers, advisors, and M.S. who helped me get into medical assisting program. I have to say M.S. was the most encouraging person to help me stay on track starting out. Another very influential person was one of my professors, professor H. She sent emails to encourage you to do your best and was very responsive if you felt unsure about your work or studies. The classes were a... Read More