- Try distance learning—students can earn their associate of arts and sciences degree through online courses. Students can also add day and evening classes taught on both the Wenatchee and Omak campuses.
- Try evening classes—students can earn their associate of arts and sciences degree by taking classes during the evening. They can also mix in some distance learning classes.
- Try Native languages—at the WVC Omak campus, Native languages are taught through a partnership with the Colville Confederated Tribes.
- Try short-term technical programs to assist in career development.
- Try a learning community—watch for offerings of Northwest Nature Writing, Form and Function: Integrating Art and Ornithology, Chicano Studies and Critical Analysis, or Drawn to Geology. These are 10-credit classes that combine English courses with science or Chicano/a Studies, or art with science. For more information, visit www.wvc.edu/learningcommunities.
- Discover music with state-of-the-art technology— our music majors use mobile devices and laptop computers with professional industry software.
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Updated on: Wednesday, August 3, 2022