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Presidents Office

Mission and Values
Strategic Plan
Legislative Relations
Hispanic Serving Institution

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Board of Trustees

Yakima Valley College is governed by a five-member board of trustees consisting of citizens who reside throughout Community College District 16. Board members are appointed by the Governor.

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Quick Facts

The Quick Facts include:
Students by Gender
Annual Enrollment Numbers
Average Age
Enrollment Ethnicity

Community Relations

Community Relations core functions include media relations, communications, creative design services, photography, legislative relations, website content design and updates, publicity, and public relations.​

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Human Resources

Human Resource Services Department provides quality employment and professional development services to support a diverse learning centered institution in compliance with established Affirmative Action policies. 

Public Records

Public Records for a state institution include any record containing information relating to the conduct of college business that is prepared, owned, used, or retained by the college. Only existing documents are releasable.

Consumer Information

YVC provides consumer information to the general public as well as students, faculty and prospective students. The state, federal laws and college policy under the HEA of 1965 dictates the criteria for this information.


Yakima Valley College Foundation exists to provide scholarships to students and support Yakima Valley College. Since its inception in 1977 the Foundation has provided many students with scholarships and financial assistance.

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Contact information:
Campus Maps
Phone numbers
Email Contacts
Video Tour