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Find Your Wayto Walla Walla Community College
Our four campuses serve students across eastern Washington and are seated in the heart of some of the most beautiful country in Washington State. Each campus has a tradition as a hub of learning and culture in the communities we serve. Our open to the public campuses in Walla Walla and Clarkston feature mountain and river views, unique architecture, and beautiful grounds. Our corrections education programs serve students at Coyote Ridge Correctional Facility in Connell and Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla. Let us help guide you to the campus and building you need.
All About Walla Walla Campus
A community fixture since 1967, the 130-acre main campus sits on the banks of Titus Creek and Mill Creek in the serene Walla Walla Valley with views of the Blue Mountains. The large campus features a wide range of classrooms, labs, shops, athletic fields, recreation areas, business spaces, and meeting spaces available for campus and public use along with easily accessible campus services. Located at the eastern edge of Walla Walla hiking trails connect campus to the adjoining off-campus recreation areas. Ample parking, a bus stop, free electric vehicle charging stations, and close proximity to the Walla Walla Regional Airport make visiting campus easy.
All About Clarkston Campus
The Clarkston Campus of Walla Walla Community College is the only true community college in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley. The campus can be found alongside the winding Snake River beneath towering mountains at the gateway of the Hell’s Canyon recreational area on the Idaho-Washington border. This smaller but robust campus features the same college services available at the Walla Walla Campus, and like the Walla Walla campus students and visitors have access to easy parking, an on campus bus stop, and free electric vehicle charging.
Schedule a personalized tour of the WWCC campuses. Group tours and virtual tours are also available.
Rent Our Facilities
Our doors are open to the community. A range of facilities, equipment, and support services are provided at affordable rates.
Lactation Rooms on Campus
To support the breastfeeding needs of mothers, private lactation rooms are available on both the Walla Walla and Clarkston campuses for students, employees, and visitors. These spaces include a comfortable chair, table space, ample plug-ins, and a refrigerator only available to those using the lactation room.
Our Hometowns have the Comforts of Home
Walla Walla and Clarkston are the perfect blend of laid-back, small-town feel with a spirit of adventure. Both offer rich cultural activities, spectacular views, places to explore, and necessary amenities.