Admission Policy & Procedures for underage students (under age 18)
The Walla Walla Community College Board of Trustees passed an Underage Admission Policy in July 2003. This policy applies to all WWCC students under the age of eighteen who are not enrolled in programs designed for their age group (i.e., Running Start, Alternative Education Program, or Tech Prep). Even though the student may have previously taken courses at WWCC, the procedure for acceptance and registration is required on a quarter-by-quarter basis.
Underage students wanting admission for summer quarter only through the Walla Walla campus are required to meet with the Director of High School Programs and bring a summer referral letter or form from their high school counselor or principal. Please contact the Student Development Center for an appointment and bring the form or letter to the appointment.
Three separate forms are required to gain underage admission to WWCC:
Download the three forms above, complete them, and call for an appointment with the Director of High School Programs at the Walla Walla campus (509.527.4262) or the Student Serivces Coordinator on the Clarkston campus (509.758.1718).
Underage students who have earned a high school diploma or GED are exempt from this policy. Students should provide a copy of the diploma or GED certificate to the Office of Admissions and Records.
High School Programs Director
Carol Bennett (Clarkston Campus)
Student Services - Running Start Coordinator