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3 WSU WWCC Walla Walla WSU offers Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Nursing on-site at WWCC. The program courses are in various modalities including online and ITV. Clarkston Campus The Clarkston Campus primarily serves the surrounding region of Asotin and Garfield counties. Over 1300 full- and part-time students are enrolled annually in the following programs: Associate in Arts Degree (AA) College Transfer Program. The Associate in Arts Degree serves as the first two years of a four-year Bachelors Degree. The Clarkston Campus transfers students primarily to WSU, Lewis-Clark State College, and the University of Idaho through articulation agreements. Associate Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences (AAAS) Twoyear Professional-Technical Degree in specific professionaltechnical programs One-Year Professional-Technical Certificate Extended Learning Opportunities Special workshops, seminars, and short courses are offered throughout the year to meet the continuing education needs of those already employed but required to update skills necessary in their professions. Courses available include a wide variety of computer classes, first aid, flagging, nursing assistant, parenting, childcare, EMT, advanced EMT, phlebotomy, and medical lab technology. GED Preparation This program is designed to help students pass the five GED tests in Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Interpreting Literature and the Arts, and Mathematics. Spanish GED tests are also available. The student must be 19 years of age or older or, if between the ages 16 to 19, must have a release signed by the local high school. Upon successful completion, the student will receive a Certificate of Educational Competence (High School Equivalency) from the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Executive Director of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Education. Adult Learning Campus Adult basic education (ABE) including reading, writing, and math for adults. English as Second Language (ESL) is available as evening instruction for those needing to improve their English language skills. Art Art courses are provided in cooperation with the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. Associated Student Body Clubs Cultural Club Second-Year Nursing First-Year Nursing Sports Club Phi Beta Lambda TRiO Phi Theta Kappa School Newspaper For Information Call Accounting/Business/Office Technology/ Entrepreneureship Degrees leading to careers in the following areas: Accounting Technology, Administrative Office Professional, and Entrepreneurship. One-year certificates offered include Bookkeeping, Office Assistant, Legal Administrative Assistant, Medical Billing & Coding, and Medical Transcription. A one-year certificate for Medical Assisting is available to students interested in a career that blends front office work with patient care. Nursing Clarkston The program is accredited by the National League for Nursing and offers: 1-year LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) 2-year RN (Registered Nurse) An articulation agreement with Washington State University is available for students interested in a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing from WSU. Articulation pathways for the RN to BSN are available with Lewis-Clark State College. Counseling and Advising Clarkston Special workshops, seminars, and short courses are offered throughout the year to meet the continuing education needs of those already employed but required to update skills necessary in their professions. Interested individuals may also call WorkSource at for more information about programs and services available on the Clarkston Campus. Childcare On-Campus Clarkston The childcare center is open weekdays for children from one to six years old. Hours within the operating day are flexible to accommodate varying schedules. English as a Second Language Offered to individuals whose native language is not English. 37

4 Student Support Services/TRiO Clarkston Walla Walla The Student Support Services program aims to increase student retention, graduation and transfer rates for 280 enrolled participants. Students must either be a first generation college student (neither parent has graduated from a four-year college), low income, or a student with a disability, and enrolled in six or more college-level credits in academic coursework. Students must be pursuing an associate s degree at WWCC and planning to transfer to a four-year college after completing the associate s degree. Some of the services provided by SSS/TRiO are: Personal, career, and academic advising Free one-to-one Math and Science tutorial services Scholarship and Financial Aid planning/monitoring Transfer planning to four-year colleges including campus visits Access to TRiO s lending library which includes laptop computers, textbooks clickers, recorders, and calculators The program application is available at the SSS/TRiO office or on the web at TRiO_application.pdf Tutoring or Clarkston Free peer group tutoring is available through the Learning Center located on the north mezzanine, throughout the instructional day. Individual peer tutoring for TRiO students and some WorkFirst program participants can be arranged through the Learning Center. Persons interested in knowing more about the Clarkston Campus are encouraged to visit the campus located at 1470 Bridge Street, Clarkston, Washington, or call (toll-free ). Mailing address: Clarkston Campus, P.O. Box 700, Clarkston, WA Transitional Studies or Walla Walla Clarkston The mission of the Walla Walla Community College Transitional Studies Department Is to provide the highest quality of educational instruction to students studying the basic skills needed to reach their educational and occupational goals. The Department of Transitional Studies offers a variety of courses and services to help students upgrade skills in reading, writing, communication, and mathematics. High school classes that meet Washington State graduation requirements are offered. Students may also prepare for the General Education Development (GED) examination. Instruction in the English language for non-english speakers is available daily. Classes are held on main campus and at various sites throughout the college s service area. For more information, call the Transitional Studies Department or in Walla Walla and in Clarkston. 38 The following programs and courses are offered by the Department of Transitional Studies. Pre-College Studies Courses are offered in reading, writing, study skills, and math. Coursework prepares students for success in college level courses and professional technical programs. Students are placed in the appropriate course after being assessed using Compass reading, math, and writing placement. Check the tuition and fee schedule available online. Adult Basic Education (ABE) Adult Basic Education courses serve students age 18 or older who have not completed high school. Students between the ages 16 and 18 must complete the Underage application and process (available online) to be eligible to receive services in ABE. These courses are designed to upgrade basic skills in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies to the eighth grade level. Students are placed using CASAS assessment at entry and placed at consistent with Washington State Learning standards. Check the tuition and fee schedule available online. GED Preparation This program is designed to help students pass the five GED tests in Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Interpreting Literature and the Arts, and Mathematics. Courses for Spanish GED are also available. The student must be 19 years of age or older, or if between the ages of 16 to 19, must have a State Board GED release signed by the student s local high school principal. Upon successful completion, the student will receive a Certificate of Educational Competence (High School Equivalency) from the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Executive Director of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Education. Check the tuition and fee schedule available online. English as a Second Language Courses in English as a Second Language are offered to speakers of other languages. Instruction is designed to help students acquire skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing needed to fully engage in all aspects of life including in the workforce. Students are assessed using ecasas at entry and placed at one of the five levels consistent with Washington State Learning standards. On-going pre and post ecasas assessment is required. Class fees are $25 per quarter. Integrated Basic Education Skills Training Walla Walla I-BEST courses combine adult education with workforce training. All classes have two instructors in the classroom offering students opportunity for instruction in select professional-technical fields along with support for development of basic skills such as reading, writing, math, or language. All courses lead to a certificate in a high-demand career. Adult students and out of school youth are assessed at entry using ecasas to determine qualification based on a minimum reading and math score. Ongoing pre and post ecasas assessment is required. For more information about I-BEST offerings contact

5 elearning elearning courses offer students a flexible alternative to oncampus classes. Students participate in the course on their own schedule and at a location most convenient for them. elearning students can be anyone from those seeking to earn their AA Degree entirely online to those in the workplace looking to take one or two classes for career development. For more information on elearning courses contact High School Completion & Dual Enrollment Options High School Diploma with Associate Degree Completion Walla Walla All students who are 21 years of age and older and who earn an associate s degree from the College are eligible to submit a written request and receive a college-based high school diploma in accordance with SHB All students younger than 21 years old, who have been enrolled in Running Start at any time, are eligible to submit a written request and receive a college-based high school diploma upon completion of an associate degree in accordance with SHB Students may apply regardless if they are currently enrolled in Running Start or not. Alternative Education Program Walla Walla The Alternative Education Program (AEP) provides Washington State students an educational opportunity outside the traditional high school setting. Selected students between 16 and 21 years of age, who have not earned a high school diploma, may be eligible to participate. Students who are enrolled in local area high schools are referred to the program by high school officials. Students who have passed their graduation year or dropped out can directly inquire about AEP. The program, which is a partnership with the Walla Walla School District, covers the cost of tuition and books for program participants. All students must apply for admission to the College and complete the COMPASS placement test prior to meeting with the Director of High School Programs. High School Completion Walla Walla Clarkston High School Completion provides another alternative for students needing to complete their high school diploma. In order to enroll in the program, students must bring transcripts from all high schools they have attended. Students must apply for admission to the College and complete the COMPASS placement test prior to meeting with an advisor. Washington residents who are 19 years old or older pay reduced tuition. Check the current tuition and fee schedule available online. Non-residents are eligible for this program but may be subject to paying out-ofstate tuition rates. Interested applicants should call the Student Development Center to make an advising appointment after submitting all high school transcripts for review. Running Start Walla Walla Clarkston Running Start, a program created by the Washington State legislature, provides an opportunity for juniors and seniors in public high schools to enroll in courses at Walla Walla Community College. Junior and senior status is determined by the student s local high school. This program provides eligible students an opportunity to attend college courses and earn college credits, tuition-free, while completing high school graduation requirements. Home-schooled and private school students must enroll in a public high school to participate in this program. Running Start students qualify by taking the COMPASS placement test and meeting with their high school counselor in addition to a WWCC advisor. Running Start students pay quarterly tuition and fees based on a combination of their high school and college enrollment and must pay for their own textbooks. Students may qualify for fee waivers and some textbook assistance by providing documentation (example: free or reduced lunch) to their Running Start advisor by the first day of the quarter. Tech Prep Walla Walla Tech Prep is a collaborative program between WWCC and regional high schools where students have the opportunity to earn college credits in certain courses that are offered in the high school. College content and standards are specified through a Competency Profile of the Student Learning Objectives for each course. High schools integrate college content into the high school curriculum. To earn college credits for Tech Prep Program courses students must complete a list of course competencies as defined by the program. 39

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