Juneteenth

Juneteenth—celebrated across the country on June 19—marks an important milestone in the struggle for freedom. It is a celebration of the day enslaved Black Texans finally learned they were free—two and a half years after Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, and two months after the Civil War ended.

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Free Celebration of Early Learning event at WWCC

Future college students, families and all members of the community are invited to a free “Celebration of Early Learning” event from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on June 4. The event, hosted by Walla Walla Community College’s (WWCC) Early Childhood Education program, will be held at the Parent Child Center, located just behind the Dome…

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WWCC students celebrate return of free food pantry

WALLA WALLA, WASH. – Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) students welcomed back a valuable resource in April with the return of the Warrior Resources Food Pantry. The pantry, which has been closed for two years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened in April. The mission of the Warrior Resources Food Pantry is to…

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Running Start Information Night

Running Start allows high school juniors and seniors to take coursework at
WWCC, earning both high school and college credits.

Running Start es un programa que permite los estudiantes del grado once y doce de la preparatoria adelantarse académicamente tomando clases en WWCC.

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Weekend WWCC Basketball games closed to public due to COVID-19 surge

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.

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Two WWCC students selected as All Washington Scholars

WALLA WALLA, WASH. – Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) students Elisha Johnson and Milo Cleveland were selected as All Washington Scholars, and each has been nominated into a highly coveted national scholarship competition.   Johnson, a Culinary Arts student, was nominated for Phi Theta Kappa’s New Century Workforce Pathway Scholarship, directed toward student leaders in…

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VIRTUAL TRY-A-TRADE

Find what interests you! Explore some of the many program offerings at WWCC through our Try-A-Trade virtual tours or explore all of our programs at https://www.wwcc.edu/educational-pathways/.

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Running Start Information Nights

Prospective students and their parents are invited to learn about Running Start eligibility, cost, enrollment, and courses!

Running Start allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to take coursework at WWCC, earning both high school and college credits.

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Financial Aid Workshops

Brrr! It’s cold in here. Cozy up and come to our online financial aid workshops! Work on your WASFA or FAFSA and learn about the WWCC Foundation Scholarship. Trista Flores and Brian McElroy host. Participants can get a WWCC Warrior facemask.

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PNACAC’S 2020 COLLEGE FAIRS

Free and open to the public, PNACAC college fairs connect students, families and counselors from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington with colleges and universities from all over the country in one convenient location. Advance registration is required and can be done using the link at the top right corner of this page.

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WWCC welcomes students back this Fall with new, flexible learning model

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…

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Become a Warrior

Learn about the variety of programs and degrees available at Walla Walla Community College. Whether you want to transfer, increase your skills and employability, or advance in the job you already have, we can help.

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SGA Elections 2020

SGA Elections 2020! Be sure to Vote!
The Student Government Association (SGA) at each campus is comprised of student representatives elected/selected by the student body who advocate for what the students want and need to see on campus.

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Continuity of Instruction

During the current disruptions to operations at the college due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, it is important to a have a plan in place for the continuity of instructional services. This site provides plans and resources for students, instructors, and staff to maintain ongoing instruction and services of the college.

A Message from Tim Burt, Chair, WWCC Board of Trustees

Today the Walla Walla Community College Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of President Derek Brandes effective immediately.  We thank Dr. Brandes for his service to the College and appreciate his desire to focus on his health at this time.  The Board will facilitate a smooth leadership transition and has named Dr. Chad Hickox as…

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