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Instructor with two students

Campus Scenes | Spring 2022

The Winter 2022 quarter saw the return of more face-to-face classes and student services on the Yakima and Grandview campuses. Above, English Language Acquisition Instructor Raquel Ramirez, standing, teaches an ELA class on the Grandview Campus in February. View scenes of activities around both campuses below. If you take a photo of an event or activity at YVC that you’d like to submit for consideration in a future “Campus Scenes” gallery, please email

Students fill grocery bags
Students fill bags with food and personal care items in the community pantry on the Yakima Campus. YVC opened pantries on both the Yakima and Grandview campuses during winter quarter where students can pick up pre-packaged bags of groceries, quick meals, snacks and personal care items.
Student in chemistry lab
A student performs a chemistry experiment in a recently-renovated lab on the Grandview Campus in February 2022.
Daughter pins badge on father
During a March pinning ceremony for members of the Class of Winter 2022 Associate Degree of Nursing cohort, YVC student Esteban Rodriguez is pinned by his daughter.
Two students on theatre stage
YVC's drama program performed "Circle Mirror Transformation" in March 2022. Jose Rocha, left, played the role of Schultz and Kaitlyn Rodriguez, right, played the role of Lauren.
Students and instructor
Information Technology Instructor David Dalton, center, talks with students in a new simulation lab created for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology program. The lab, located in the Technology Complex on the Yakima Campus, provides an environment for students to build and practice skills in a real-world environment.
Students work in group at table
Students in YVC's Bachelor of Applied Science-Teacher Education program work on a project during a class on the Grandview Campus in February 2022.
Surgical technology student practices with simulator
A surgical technology student practices on a new virtual reality training simulator purchased by YVC. The simulator will help YVC students develop the laparoscopic skills they need in the operating room. The virtual environment enables students to develop knowledge of key procedure steps in minimally invasive surgery and mastery of counter-intuitive camera and instrument movement.
Student and faculty member
Arts and Sciences Dean Kerrie Cavaness, right, helps a student find their way to class at the beginning of winter quarter.
Students eat around a table
Student Life hosts a Club Fair in the HUB in March.