You can find the tuition and fees on the Financial Aid page along with how to apply for aid.
You need to complete an application to YVC if:
- You have never been a student at YVC
- You haven’t attended YVC for a year or more (if you missed both Fall and Spring quarter.)
- You are attending are a high school student and wanting to take college classes.
- You are transferring from another college
- You are an international student
I received an email stating I was accepted as a student at YVC. Will I also receive an acceptance letter in the mail?
Yes. The day after you receive the email, an official Letter of Acceptance will be mailed to your address. Please allow 3-5 days for delivery. The letter will also be accompanied by a checklist to help guide you through the entire enrollment process.
Students typically hear back a few days after submitting the application fee. If it has been longer than a week, check with admissions to verify your payment has been received.
I received a different placement from another school’s placement tests. Can I use that placement instead of the placement YVC recommends?
YVC will accept a placement from another Washington State Community or Technical College. Students that qualify for placement test reciprocity should complete the Placement Reciprocity Request Form. The form should be submitted to the Registration and Records Office once the official scores from the previous Washington State Community or Technical College have been received by YVC.
Resident – you are classified as a resident for tuition paying purposes.
Non-resident (Non-res) w/waiver – you are classified as a non-resident. A portion of the non-resident tuition has been waived and you will pay a reduced rate of the non-resident tuition (must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident).
Non-resident – you are classified as a non-resident and your tuition is the full non-resident rate.
Yes. Check the Important Dates for tuition due dates. If your status has not been changed by the tuition due date, you are responsible for paying the full tuition amount. You may be eligible for a delayed payment. Contact the registrar at 509-574-4702.
• Submit the Residency Questionnaire and all required documentation to the Admissions Office in the Deccio building.
• You must apply to change residency status before the 30th calendar day of the quarter.
• Applications received after the 30th day will be considered for the following quarter.
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Yes. You can enroll in classes as a non-degree seeking student. You will be limited to enrolling in 11 or fewer credits and will not be eligible for financial aid.
Yes. You will need to answer several questions correctly in order to establish your identity and then we can provide it to you.
Your PIN is a six digit personal identification number or password. At first, your PIN is your date of birth. If you were born in the months of January to September, your PIN is a MDDYY format. For example, if your date of birth was February 25, 1995, your PIN would be 22595. If you were born in the months October to December, your PIN would be in MMDDYY format. For example, if your date of birth was November 6, 1993, your PIN would be 110693.
No. The Office of Registration & Records cannot extend any student’s tuition due date.
No. The Office of Registration & Records cannot provide any information about financial aid. We recommend you visit the financial aid portal for that information.
Yes. You can pay your tuition online and avoid waiting in the Cashier’s Office line.
Step 1: Log into your ctcLink Student Homepage.
Step 2: Click on the Financial Account tile.
Step 3: Under the Payments tab located in the upper left-hand corner, you will click on the Make a Payment tab. This will redirect you to the payment page.
You can access the Student Portal through the YVC website.
You will need to contact the registration desk at 509.574.4700
No. You can only be registered once for any class. If you are registered (or waitlisted) for multiple sections of the same class, you will be dropped from the most recently added section of that class.