You may apply online or submit an application to the Office of Admissions & Records. Once your application has been processed, you will receive an acceptance letter that includes your Student ID number.
Complete placement process for accurate assessment of your current skill levels. New students should start the Placement Process by going to wwcc.edu/placement. Retakes are approved by the testing staff on a case-by-case basis and may cost an additional fee. Various documents may be reviewed for placement. Please contact the Testing Center for a list of approved documents eligible for placement evaluation.
Educational Pathway & Career Exploration
Many pathways are available for student at Walla Walla Community College. Click here to check out our Academic Transfer and Workforce programs.
Feeling undecided? Click here for our Career Services page, featuring exploration options and resources for students.
Students are assigned an advisor based on their program of study and are required to meet quarterly for educational planning and to obtain their Quarterly Registration Number (QRN).
Students may register online anytime after their scheduled registration time through the first week of the quarter.. Registration times can be found through MyWWCC student portal. New students wanting to sign up for Fall 2018 classes prior to September 20th must sign up and complete an Advising and Registration session. Multiple dates and times for Advising and Registration days will be available for sign up May 1st at this website: www.wwc.edu/nso.
For priority funding:
- Complete your FAFSA by March 1 of each year
- Provide supporting documents & WWCC data sheet by May 1
- Scholarships, Grants, Loans & Work-Study programs are available.
- Financial Aid applications are accepted year-round; however, funding priority will be given to students who meet early application deadlines noted above.