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Walla Walla Community College to expand welding program

Walla Walla Community College plans to expand its welding technology program during the next year thanks to a grant of almost $25,000 from the American Welding Society Foundation. The program will grow from 18 to 42 students, according to a college news release. The class will have access to a state-of-the-art welding facility and new equipment purchased […]

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Value of higher education can be measured in many ways

As president of Walla Walla Community College, I look forward each spring to congratulating our graduates on a job well done.

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Join us at Warrior Wednesdays!

We will host Warrior Wednesday Welcome Days this summer in both Walla Walla and Clarkston. Anyone who is interested in exploring what WWCC has to offer should plan to attend these family-friendly events.

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WWCC’s Center for Enology & Viticulture hosts annual Pacific Northwest Wine Competition

A record of more than 550 wines were submitted for judging in the annual Pacific Northwest Wine Competition. The four-day contest began Sunday—its first year in Walla Walla after seven years in Bellingham.

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WWCC at Coyote Ridge Corrections Center celebrates first class of 9 B.A.S. graduates

Nine students at Coyote Ridge Corrections Center were the first to earn Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degrees from Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) this June.

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John Deere Technology trains a new generation to take care of the ‘big green tractor’

Dallas Shirley never thought he’d be going to college. He thought he’d work on the same farm his dad did in Mount Vernon, Washington. But after high school he became interested in mechanics and asked his local John Deere dealership if they were hiring.

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WWCC wine program now accepts part-time students

Walla Walla Community College's wine program is becoming more accessible this year by accepting part-time students, which it has never done before.

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WWCC expands Warrior Pledge pilot program to cover more students

Walla Walla Community College invites new students from around the region to join the Warrior Pledge program, which covers tuition and fees

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Nuestra Celebración de Graduación honors 53 Latino/Hispanic WWCC graduates

More than 300 students and guests gathered on the Walla Walla Campus Thursday evening, June 8, to celebrate the accomplishments of 53 Latino/Hispanic graduates from Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) this spring.

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Join us at Warrior Wednesdays!

Not sure what program to choose? No problem – come and learn about the wide variety of programs that WWCC offers. We will find something that meets your interests!

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