The Basic Food Employment & Training (BF E&T) program is a partnership with Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) that provides assistance to students enrolled in Workforce Training or Adult Basic Education pathways.
Tests relating to interest, abilities, personality, and special aptitudes are administered and interpreted by professional personnel.
The childcare centers are open weekdays for children ages one month to five years old. Hours and costs within the operating day are flexible to accommodate varying schedules.
In Walla Walla, the Warrior’s Locker is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walla Walla campus offers extended hours the first two days of each term: Fall, Winter, and Spring from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Counseling, intervention, and referral services are available to students facing personal challenges and decisions that impact their success in college.
WWCC is committed to provide access and promote an atmosphere conducive to academic success for all who can benefit from post-secondary education.
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.
Hot and cold breakfast and lunch items are available in the Warrior Marketplace between 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM.
Students can get reduced rates on accident and medical insurance coverage.
The Hispanic Caucus at Walla Walla Community College is a group of faculty and staff dedicated to supporting WWCC’s commitment to equitable and innovative learning opportunities by building a strong community dedicated to student success.
The Walla Walla Community College Honors Program offers successful and highly motivated students the chance to advance both their learning and their prospects for college, scholarship, and career advancement through uniquely challenging coursework and focused activities.
WWCC is a member of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, fielding a variety of men’s and women’s teams.
Hours vary when classes are not held, during breaks and in the summer. Call or check the website for the most current schedule.
The Opportunity Grant program provides funding and wrap-around services to Washington State resident students who meet financial eligibility requirements are are enrolled in identified high demand educational pathways.
At Walla Walla Community College, there are many services for families with children. Please visit the links to the left to learn about our many helpful programs.
The WWCC Transfer Center is located in the Advising and Counseling Center on the Walla Walla Campus and in Student Services on the Clarkston Campus.
The Valley Transit bus system in Walla Walla provides transportation to the College throughout the City and College Place.
The Student Support Services program aims to increase student retention, graduation and transfer rates for 280 enrolled participants.
Students who need assistance with math, science, or writing may drop-in to the Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) to receive help from a trained tutor.
WWCC enrolls and supports students whose status in the U.S. is undocumented. We recognize that everyone should have a right to access higher education, and undocumented students make essential contributions to our campus, community and nation.
A veterans’ education benefit specialist is located on the Walla Walla Campus to assist veterans attending both the Walla Walla and Clarkston campuses with obtaining VA Education Benefits.
WorkFirst provides education and training services for TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) recipients.
Workforce Education Services (WES) provides educational and career navigation for students enrolled in workforce training pathways and/or career and academic preparation.
Worker Retraining provides tuition assistance for qualifying students.
On campus and off campus student jobs are available through the co-located WorkSource office on the Walla Walla campus.