ctcLink

Moving to ctcLink

On May 9, Yakima Valley College launched a new student self-service portal and mobile app that provides an improved user experience. Your college services will be easier to navigate and use.

ctcLInk for Students Login
ctcLink for Employees Login

ctcLink Tutorials

Student Tutorials and Resources
Employee Tutorials and Resources
Faculty Tutorials and Resources

Benefits of ctcLink

ctcLink will change many of the ways we do things at Washington’s community and technical colleges. Once implemented, colleges will have a modern suite of online tools and a set of common core business processes. ctcLink benefits include:

System-Wide

  • Access to information from anywhere at any time
  • A single source of accurate, real-time data and common reporting tools
  • Standardization of select administrative processes to support effectiveness across the system
  • Ability to respond to changing business requirements
  • A modern, consistent way to manage student records, enrollment reports, grades, class rosters, scheduling information, tuition, and financial aid processes, accounting, state/federal reports, and more

For Employees

  • Self-service tools to manage personal information and other college business online
  • Consolidated payroll processing and a full suite of online HR tools and services
  • An online, integrated suite of financial tools and the ability to create automated approval workflow processes for purchasing, travel authorizations, expense reimbursements, and more
  • A modern, consistent way of managing and sharing state and federal reports; payroll, purchasing, and employee records; recruitment tools and benefits administration

For Students

  • A set of common, mobile-friendly tools to handle college business online, at any time
  • A single ID and student record that follows students wherever they go within the Washington community and technical college system
  • 24/7 access to an online student center where students can register for classes; handle financial aid processes; pay tuition and fees; add, drop or swap classes; contact an instructor or advisor; manage personal contact information; view grades, track academic goals, and apply for graduation