Yakima, Washington, USA
- Pacific Northwest region of the United States
- County is the second largest land area in Washington State
- Seventh largest population area in Washington State
- One of the oldest community colleges in Washington State
- Founded in 1928
- Serves over 10,000 students a year
- Talented and dedicated faculty
- University Transfer
- Two campuses
- Variety of Programs of Study
- Fall Quarter
- September has warm days and cooler nights.
- October through December temperatures start cooling down.
- Chances of snow during the winter months with freezing temperatures.
- Suggested clothing: Jeans, sweatshirts, tennis shoes, warm jackets.
- Winter Quarter
- January and February are cold, with freezing temperatures and chances of snow.
- March and April, temperatures start rising with chances of rain.
- Suggested clothing: Snow jackets, jeans, sweatshirts, and snow boots.
- Spring Quarter
- April through June, temperatures start to increase between 75° and 85° (25°-35°C).
- Wet season with higher chances of rain.
- Suggested clothing: Jeans, sweatshirts, tennis shoes, rain jackets.
- Summer Quarter
- June through August are the hottest months in Yakima.
- Temperatures ranging from 80° to lower 100° F.
- Dry season with minimal amounts of rain.
- Suggested clothing: Jeans, light weight shirts or blouses, tennis shoes.
Yakima Valley Community College is affiliated with the American Association of Community Colleges.