For those students who live at a distance from our campuses, reaching out for support when you need it via the phone or email is an important part of the self-advocacy that leads to success online.  Knowing that WWCC has all the same support services available to you as an online student is important.

All of the resources below are ready and available to help you be the best online student you can be!

Advising and Counseling Center


Katrina Schaeffer

Phone:(509) 527-4262
Email: [email protected]

The Advising and Counseling Center is the one stop shop for Student Success for eLearning students. There you can make phone-based advising appointments if you are a fully online student, receive degree and career planning support over the phone and web, and be connected with all sorts of resources to help you meet your educational needs.

Reach out to Katrina Schaeffer, Advising and Counseling Office Assistant, and she will connect you with the right person to help you on your way.

Completion Coaches

Completion coaches are here to assist eLearning students in reaching their goals and completing their degrees. Often students encounter barriers along the way to graduation. Our completion coaches, Jordan Hacker and Nicole McCauley, are ready to assist students in accessing a variety of resources to enable students to make it to their graduation day.

Jordan Hacker

Jordan Hacker

Phone: (509) 524-4807
Email: [email protected]


Nicole McCauley

Phone: (509) 527-4279
Email: [email protected]

Disability Services

Bobbiesue Arias

Bobbie Sue Schutter

Phone: 509.527.4543
TTY: 509.527.4412
Video Phone: 509.593.5383
Email: [email protected]

Through the Disability Support Services office, [email protected] is committed to provide access and promote an atmosphere conducive to academic success for all who can benefit from post-secondary education. This includes providing accommodations to WWCC students with disabilities who are otherwise qualified to enroll in courses.

WWCC complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disability Act, and the ADA Amendment Act. The student initiates the interactive and collaborative request process by contacting the Coordinator of Disability Support Services.

To learn about our services for eLearning students contact Bobbiesue Arias, Coordinator of Disability Support Services.

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid at Walla Walla Community College accepts applications from all students requesting assistance to pay for college expenses. The college offers financial aid in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and employment.

Keep your eye on WWCC’s Financial Aid page for important due dates and deadlines.

Walla Walla Community College eLearning students can check their FAFSA status through the Financial Aid Portal and can call or email the Financial Aid office at the contact information below:

Phone:(509) 527-4301
Email: [email protected]