Whatever your goals—a degree or certificate, job training or transfer to a university—Yakima Valley College offers quality educational programs at an affordable cost to help you reach them.

YVC offers over 55 professional/technical degrees, 100+ certificates and five bachelor of applied science degrees to prepare you for success in your career and life. Through our six academic pathways, YVC provides a “road map” to help you chart your path from your college journey into your next chapter.

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Jazz groups take the stage March 11

February 22, 2024|

The Yakima Valley College Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combos will perform on Monday, March 11, at 7:00 p.m. under the direction of Director of Jazz Studies Jeffrey Smith. The performance includes music by Christine Jensen, Radiohead, Mike Tomaro and more.

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Yakima Valley College offers Flagger Certification Trainings

February 21, 2024|

Yakima Valley College announces upcoming Flagger Certification Trainings on March 8, April 12 and May 17. The one-day trainings provide certification for work zone traffic control flaggers. The tuition fee of $65 includes a flagger handbook, classroom instruction and the opportunity to take the Washington State certification exam.

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