I’ve received questions from many of you concerning what policies Walla Walla Community College will implement regarding COVID-19 vaccinations, particularly as we return to our campuses next month and increase in-person instruction this fall.
While welcoming more of our campus community back to campus I would like to say that the WWCC community has done a wonderful job of keeping itself and the campus safe during the pandemic. In order to continue this trend, I did want to remind employees and students who have not regularly come to campus of a few things necessary to keep the campus community safe.
On November 15, 2020, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee officially announced updated statewide restrictions (effective November 16 – December 14, 2020) due to the recent spike in Coronavirus activity in our service areas and across the State of Washington. WWCC is monitoring communication from the Governor’s Office and the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) regarding how, or whether, these changes will affect higher education.
Walla Walla Community College learned Monday that a person who had been on the Walla Walla campus to participate in a cosmetology program later tested positive for COVID-19.
Walla Walla Community College will be opening for Fall 2020 under Warrior Flex. Warrior Flex calls for all curriculum that can be taught virtually to continue to be taught virtually. Programs with required hands-on learning will be allowed to have students and faculty access campus for hands-on components. The majority of student services departments will…
Walla Walla Community College is committed to serving its students and is looking forward to welcoming them back this Fall with a new learning model that incorporates both in-person instruction, as well as real-time and on-demand streaming classes. “Our rapid transition to all-distance learning in Spring Quarter gave us information that has proved tremendously useful…
I know many of you have questions about how Walla Walla Community College will operate in response to Governor Inslee’s order that we all stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19.
As we wrap up winter quarter and anticipate an unusual spring quarter, I want to share some important information with you.
Given this, Continuing Education has canceled all in-person spring quarter classes. This includes Quest, Community Education, and Youth classes.
Today Washington Governor Jay Inslee issued a series of mandates, one of which impacts Walla Walla Community College’s original planned start date to move all instruction on-line.