Programs available at the Clarkston Campus



A wide array of courses in many subject areas are taught at the Clarkston Campus-Walla Walla Community College throughout the year.  These courses, designed to meet the needs of busy work, family, and life schedules, can be taken one at a time for personal enrichment, or to update or upgrade employability skills.  Courses of study are available to prepare students for transfer to a 4-year college or university, or to complete short programs, certificates, or associate degrees available at the Clarkston Campus (Programs of Study). 

The Clarkston Campus-Walla Walla Community College offers adult basic education, preparation for the General Equivalency Diploma (GED), English as a Second Language, and high school completion instruction with convenient morning, afternoon, and evening sessions.

The Clarkston Campus-Walla Walla Community College provides a variety of services and support to students who enroll in distance education courses and programs of study through Walla Walla Community College?s distance education program or through the Washington Online (WAOL) program.

Course schedules can be found at this website http://www.wwcc.edu/qcat, or in the printed booklets available at the Clarkston Campus, or in a number of locations throughout the Lewis-Clark Valley, Pomeroy, and other area communities.  For more specific information about courses of degree programs, call (509) 758-3339 or toll free  1-877-471-6629.