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Don't let _______ stop you.

Life is messy, getting your education doesn’t have to be.
What’s stopping you?

  • MONEY?

    We offer financial aid and work study positions. Apply for WVC and outside scholarships. Learn more about financial aid options.

  • WORK SCHEDULE?

    Evening, online and hybrid classes are flexible and work around your schedule. Learn more about WVC online degree and hybrid options.

  • LANGUAGE BARRIER?

    Whether you want to improve your English-speaking skills for work or school, we have classes for every skill level. Learn about transitional studies.

  • BAD GRADES?

    WVC is an open-enrollment institution – which means we don’t require specific test scores or GPAs to enroll. We can help you get back on track.

  • CHILDCARE?

    Through a partnership between WVC and the Wenatchee School District, affordable childcare services are available at the WestSide Early Learning Center near the college. Click here to learn more about childcare options.

  • DISABILITY?

    Our Student Access Services staff can provide free accommodations for qualified students with disabilities of all types. Find out how we can help.

  • NO DIPLOMA?

    No problem. We offer both High School+ for adults who want to get their high school diploma, and GED courses. Learn about transitional studies.

  • CITIZENSHIP?

    Students are eligible to apply, register for classes and apply for state financial aid regardless of their citizenship status. We have resources on campus for undocumented students and DREAMers.

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New Student

If you're a recent high school graduate, have your GED or are thinking about trying college for the first time, choose this option.

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Transfer Student 

Are you transferring to WVC from a different college or university? Choose the Transfer Student option to get started.

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Returning Student

For students who have taken credit classes at Wenatchee Valley College in the past. Welcome back! 

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Running Start

Designed for 11th and 12th grade high school students who want an opportunity to jumpstart their college career. 

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Continuing Education

Community and Continuing Education offers noncredit classes that are designed to provide lifelong learning and job skill training opportunities. These classes are for everyone.

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Center for Entrepreneurship

Resources for existing and future entrepreneurs, such as training, counseling, networking and doing business in NCW.

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Transitional Studies

The best option for adults who want to increase their reading, writing and math skills to a level that will help them pass the GED®, earn credits toward a high school diploma or prepare for college classes.

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Veterans

Are you a military veteran? You can gain Veteran Affairs educational benefits, tuition waivers, military tuition assistance and military gift credits at WVC.

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Senior Citizens

It's never too late to go back to college or take a few credit classes. Learn about the different benefits designed for seniors trying to better their education. 

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International Students

Wenatchee Valley College welcomes international students from all over the world, offering them a friendly and beautiful location where they can learn and grow.

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Undocumented Students

Resources for undocumented students, including scholarship information, a list of local resources and information on WVC's DREAMers Taskforce.

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In accordance with WAC 131-12-010 and Wenatchee Valley College policy, applicants must be over the age of 18, or have a high school diploma or GED, to be admitted to the college. A special admission process, under WAC 131-12-010, may allow applicants under the age of 18 to be admitted to Wenatchee Valley College. The admissions office for the Wenatchee campus is located in the first floor of Wenatchi Hall. The admissions office for our Omak campus is located in the Omak Administration Office in Building A.