Summer classes are now available!
Continuing Education classes will be a mix of in-person and online. In-person classes may change depending on state guidelines, local COVID cases or other factors.
Returning continuing education students - important information!
Continuing Education transitioned to a new online registration system. Even if you have been participating in our program for a decade (thank you!), you will need to create a brand new student account. Your previous login information does not transfer to the new system. Thank you for your patience as we continue the learning process.
Does WVC have a COVID-19 vaccination requirement?
Yes. All WVC students attending in-person or hybrid classes or accessing services on campus must document their vaccination status. WVC encourages everyone to be fully vaccinated before the start of fall quarter. “Fully vaccinated” means someone has received:
- One dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
- Two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
Waivers are available for medical, religious or philosophical reasons.
We will post documentation information for continuing education students as we fine-tune the details. Check back!
In accordance with Governor Inslee’s Higher Education Proclamation 20.12.4 of July 12, 2021, all community college students must provide proof of vaccination status. This policy will remain in effect until the Governor rescinds or otherwise amends his proclamation.
Vaccination is proven to prevent death and reduce the spread of COVID-19. WVC encourages everyone to do their part in keeping our communities safe by getting vaccinated.