The WWCC community has done a great job keeping our campus a safe place to be, let’s take that next step for campus safety and get as many of us vaccinated and boosted as possible! It is the single most significant step everyone in the college community can take to inhibit the spread of Covid-19 on campus.
People throughout southeast Washington now have a more affordable path to a bachelor’s degree through Walla Walla Community College (WWCC). The college is hosting a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Information Session from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1.
WWCC Returning to In-Person Classes on Feb. 14!
Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) extended for an additional weekend the measures put in place last weekend regarding attendance for Women’s Basketball and Men’s Basketball home games. Game attendance will be restricted this weekend to current WWCC students, families and guests of players and coaches as a result of the ongoing surge of COVID-19 cases in the college’s service district.
Hello WWCC students, faculty and staff: College officials met yesterday to review current COVID-19 conditions in our weekly assessment of the temporary transition to online courses and other measures we put in place on January 19. While the number of daily infections holds steady, the infection rate remains extremely high, which means that the current…