Fall 2022 Edition

  /  Fall 2022 Edition

Changes to YVC's Writing Centers aim to create more inclusive, welcoming spaces for students.

The first cohort in YVC's new bachelor's program in agricultural studies recently started their coursework.

Yakima Valley College kicked off fall quarter by welcoming more students back to its campuses, including the return of hundreds of in-person classes and full services.

YVC, College Success Foundation aim to help students from underserved and low-income households earn post-secondary credentials.

Through his experiences in YVC's music program, Austin Pledger ’22 has launched his career as a professional musician.

During the summer of 2022, 19 YVC students engaged in a research projects with a variety of community partners.

YVC English faculty are working to incorporate intentional equitable, culturally responsive and antiracist practices into the curriculum.

New offerings will delve into the histories and stories of the vibrant and thriving Indigenous cultures across North America.

YVC instructor Stephanie Ahlgren joins Yakima Health District Board.

This fall, Yakima Valley College faculty are getting a new resource to support continuous improvement in instruction with the opening of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) on the Yakima Campus.

Cultural and ethnic diversity makes colleges and universities, like Yakima Valley College, better places to learn. This diversity helps support innovation, growth and success on our campuses. Recognizing these efforts, YVC has been designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution by

Taylor Yates 19' uses Running Start program to jump-start college career.

View photo highlights from the soccer and volleyball seasons, plus the Yaks basketball teams getting ready to kick off.

Celebrating its 67th year at the Larson Gallery, the Central Washington Artists’ Exhibition showcases the most current and innovative artwork being produced in this region.