Last Day to Register for Fall Quarter . . . . . September 18
A fun week of learning at Walla Walla Community College for children ages 9-12! Choose your own classes and attend college for one whole week in the afternoons so you can still sleep in. Whatever you choose to do during this summer at Kids College, you are guaranteed to have afternoons full of fun activities you will enjoy.Details
WWCC Children’s Theatre presents “The Princess and the Pea” at the WWCC China Pavilion on June 26, 27, 28, and 29th at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 per person and may be purchased at the door the evening of the event.Details
WWCC Students, join us today, Friday June 7th from 9am to 1pm on the back patio of the Main Building (Building D) for the Third Annual Activities Fair. Inflatables, Shaved Ice, Caricature Artist, Corn Hole, Spikeball, Free Food, Music, & more!
Sponsored by WWCC Student Activities. FREE FOR WWCC STUDENTS!Details
Walla Walla Community College will be presenting Snoopy!!! The Musical (London Version) at the China Pavilion with performances planned for May 30, 31, June 1, June 6, 7, and 8th at 7:00 pm and a Sunday Matinee, June 2nd, at 2:00 pm.Details
– Get your student ID – Last opportunity to make changes to classes before term begins – Campus tours—find your classrooms! – Scavenger Hunt with a prize drawing – Games, music, snacks, and more! Attendees will take home some sweet WWCC gear, including a LIMITED EDITION WWCC t-shirt! March 29, 2019, 10 am – 2…Details
Map of my Kingdom, a play commissioned by Practical Farmers of Iowa, tackles the critical issue of land transition. In the drama, Angela Martin, a lawyer and mediator in land transition disputes, shares stories of how farmers and landowners she has worked with over the years approached their land successions.Details
Join us in the Titus Creek Café tomorrow Thursday February 28th at 10:30am in honor of Black History Month with Poet Jordan for “Blue Magic – Black History Speaks Poetry to Power & Social Justice Forum Theater”!Details
College Cellars of Walla Walla, the winemaking program for Walla Walla Community College, remained at the head of the class for the Tri-Cities Wine Festival by using a 2016 Barbera to claim the title of best of show in 2018.Details
If you’re going to spend a year building a house by hand, it helps to know that it was for an exemplary cause. That’s the case with the houses that students in WWCC’s carpentry program build for the Blue Mountain Action Council’s Carrie Ave. project.Details
Get your Spirit Week Punch Card in the Student Activity Center, participate in all 6 days to enter in our drawings for your chance to win a gift card!
After winning his first Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball championship in 2017 and after capturing just his second outright Eastern Region title a year later, it’s hard to argue that Jeff Reinland hasn’t raised the bar at Walla Walla Community College.Details
The plot revolves around the Brewster family, descended from the Mayflower, but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs! Come and enjoy some laughs with us!!Details
In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month – Friday October 12th from 9am to 1pm come to the Main Walkway at Building D for Music, Food and Entertainment.
Campus FAFSA Filing Party! Thursday, October 4 10:00 – 4:30 TRiO and the Financial Aid office staff will be assisting students with completing their 2019-2020 FAFSA. Meet us in the study area next to TRiO. Drop-ins are welcome! Parental information is needed if you are a dependent (single, under age 24) student. This is what…Details
Walla Walla Community College would like to welcome ALL of our students to campus this Friday, September 21 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM during WARRIOR WELCOME DAY! During this event, you will be able to: • Participate in a campus Scavenger Hunt and be entered in a drawing for a Warrior’s Locker gift card…Details
Walla Walla Community Student Activities Office is sponsoring the fourth annual “Warrior Expo”. This event provides new and returning students with the opportunity to become involved with both campus groups/organizations, and student friendly businesses in the Walla Walla valley.
Who? Danielle Swan-Froese, Program Coordinator for the Enology and Viticulture program, and Office Manager for College Cellars. At WWCC since 2009. Most important part of the job? On the instructional side I help students navigate the systems and processes at the college so they can get registered, and then I smooth the way for them…Details
Who? Danielle Coila, Continuing Education Program Specialist, started at WWCC in 2015. Most important part of the job? The most important thing I do is help the community by putting together classes that people need or want. People come to us with ideas for classes they’d like to teach, and we also have a list…Details
Who? Juan Gaytan, WWCC Custodian since 2014 Most important part of the job? Many people assume that a custodial job is not important. It’s kind of an “underground” job, because once everybody leaves the campus, and the offices and classrooms are empty, that’s when our job starts. The most important thing I do is to…Details
WWCC 2018 Children’s Theatre presents “Charlotte’s Web”, a beloved classic story by E.B. White. The performance dates are June 27th – June 30th at 7:00 p.m. in the WWCC China Pavilion.Details
Jeff Adams teaches Spanish with visible passion, making light work of memorizing vocabulary and verb conjugations. He’s electrifying in the classroom, doing almost anything to impart to his students the beauty of the language and the many cultures that speak it.Details