Walla Walla Community College, located in the southeastern portion of Washington state, is a multi-campus, 2-year public community college. The main branch of WWCC was established in 1967 in Walla Walla, Washington, and in that year had an enrollment of 850 students. Today, the average annual enrollment at WWCC is more than 13,000 students. In addition to the campus in Walla Walla, WWCC operates the Clarkston Center, in Clarkston, Washington, and also maintains a facility located at the Washington State Penitentiary. WWCC provides challenging, diverse educational opportunities that inspire students to find their potential and reach their goals. The mission of WWCC is to prepare students to transfer to four-year academic institutions, support and encourage life-long learning, prepare students for entry into the work force, strengthen student’s basic skills and to serve as a primary partner in strengthening communities.
The academic offerings of WWCC include associate's degrees and certificates, eLearning, high school programs, workforce training, eLearning, high school programs, transitional studies and community education classes. Courses are offered in technical and academic areas, and many of the courses as well as most of the degrees are transferable to other two- and four-year academic institutions. The eLearning program at WWCC gives students an alternative to attending on-campus classes. Through the eLearning program, students can take classes for personal or career development, or they can earn their AA degree completely online.
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities