What is Quest and who is it for?

It is stress-free learning offered in friendly, sociable settings free of tests, grades, or credits for ages 50+. Activities and classes range from the academic to artistic, and include fitness and travel opportunities. Curiosity is the only prerequisite!

Quest Membership Benefits

Quest members must have a current WWCC ASB student ID card in order to utilize membership benefits. To obtain a student ID card, pay tuition and fees at Business Services and bring the receipt to the WWCC Student Activity Center (SAC) – upper floor above the cafeteria, room 250 – along with one piece of photo ID (i.e., driver’s license). Student ID card must be validated each quarter (have current quarter sticker), which allows students to attend the following for free or at a reduced fee charge. For a list of current benefits, click here.

How much is membership?
  • Annual Membership: $39 (September – June)
  • Quarterly Membership: $15 (Valid for a Quarter)

Quest Scholarships

The goal of the Quest Scholarship Committee is to provide opportunities for community members to participate in Quest classes without financial barriers. If money would otherwise be a barrier to you taking classes through Quest, please consider applying for scholarship funds through the button below or contact the Continuing Education office at 509-527-4331 for assistance with completing the form. Applications are reviewed and awardees are selected by the Quest Scholarship Committee.

If you are interested in making a tax-deductible gift of learning to support community member participation in the Quest program, please contact Maggie Miranda in the WWCC Foundation Office at 509.527.4275 or email [email protected].