​​​​​Yakima Valley College

Allied Health Technology Programs

Yakima Valley College offers a unique approach to obtain a variety of health profession certificates or degrees. Students complete classes delivered in a modular format, providing a distinctive learning environment which fits a vareity of learning styles and individualized student schedules. On average, 89% of classes are online.


​​1.   ​Apply for Admission & Financial Aid: 

    • If not already admitted to YVC, a completed application for admission to the college must be submitted.

    • Complete your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov​

 2.   Assess Your Skills:  ​​Take a PLACEMENT Exam or receive PLACEMENT through transfer courses or other means. PLACEMENT exams are approximately 2-1/2 hours in length, test for readiness, and assist in placement in English and Mathematics classes.  The cost is $30.00, and a photo ID and your social security number is required.  More information and dates/times/locations can be obtained by contacting the Testing Services at 509.574.4738​.

​3.  ​​​​Connect with you​​r Advisor: 

  • ​Review your PLACEMENT scores with your advisor, explore career pathways, select your program of study. ​

  • Create an educational plan personalized to your needs. 

  • Meet with your advisor each quarter to receive registration information and other important information related to achieving your goals.

4. ​Register: ​​Register for classes in person or online at:  http://www.yvcc.edu/registration/​Pages/default.aspx

Pay tuition and fees, purchase your books, and . . . Get Started!   ​                                                                                                                                                         ​

For more information about Allied Health programs at Yakima Valley College, ​contact: alliedhealth@yvcc.edu​   509.574.4913