Walla Walla Community College has rapidly grown from 850 students in 1967 to a present annual enrollment of nearly 10,000. Located on approximately 130 acres, the Walla Walla campus has become a center for innovation, education, training, and learning opportunities throughout the region it serves (Walla Walla, Columbia, Asotin, Garfield counties, and bordering counties in Idaho and Oregon).
Extending facilities and programs throughout its four-county district, Walla Walla Community College’s Clarkston campus, located in Clarkston, Washington, is the hub of educational activity in Asotin and Garfield counties. Persons interested in knowing more about the Clarkston campus should visit at: 1470 Bridge Street, Clarkston, Washington, or call 509.758.3339 (tollfree 1.877.471.6629).
Walla Walla Community College also provides educational programs and services to offenders of the Washington State Penitentiary and Coyote Ridge Corrections Center. Qualified offenders are eligible to apply for admission to developmental courses, as well as workforce programs and an AA degree. The College also provides student services in the areas of admissions, advisement and registration, counseling, testing, GED® testing, and placement.
Walla Walla Community College offers a comprehensive curriculum of academic and workforce training programs. The major areas of study include Arts and Sciences Transfer, Workforce Education, Pre-College, and Basic Skills. In addition, WWCC offers courses through extended learning; dual-credit and alternative high school programs; workplace learning centers; outreach learning programs; and lifelong learning opportunities.
The College supports equal employment and educational opportunities regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and any other applicable federal and Washington State laws against discrimination.