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More YVC students are gaining valuable hands-on research experience in their courses.

Brock Eubanks' visit to coffee farms and businesses in Costa Rica will add real-world lessons to YVC economics courses.

The family-friendly Yak Family Night events were held on both campuses in May. They provided sizzling tacos, refreshing aguas frescas,

Yakima Valley College hosted its 95th Commencement Ceremony on June 14.


Efforts to build a stronger bond between student officers on both the Yakima and Grandview campuses have been a priority

Heritage learners of Spanish find new paths thanks to courses designed with their existing language skills in mind.

YVC's tenure process provides faculty an opportunity to elevate instruction across the college.

Instructor Stacey Gingras uses passion and industry experience to help propel her students and YVC's agriculture program.

In the years since YVC implemented pathway planning, more students are successfully earning their credential and launching their careers.

YVC’s Radiologic Sciences program plays crucial role in supplying MultiCare Yakima Memorial with a steady stream of essential health care

The region's increasing demand for sterile processing technicians and phlebotomists will be supported by the new programs.

The men's basketball team claimed its sixth championship in March.

YVC's English Language Acquisition instructors have adapted throughout the COVID pandemic to ensure community members have a high-quality, affordable means

YVC's Workforce Education Division helps nontraditional students successfully enter in-demand professions.

This fall, YVC will help fill that gap by offering a new Bachelor of Applied Science in Agricultural Sciences degree.

Yakima Valley College hosted its 93rd Commencement Ceremony on June 17.

Growth in Yakima Valley College’s STEM program is providing additional opportunities for students in the Yakima Valley.

As the Yakima Valley faces a critical shortage of pharmacy technicians, YVC's program is helping to meet the demand for

More than 30 YVC students gained hands-on research experience during the summer of 2021, working closely with faculty while giving

Yakima Valley College’s engineering program is one of the best kept secrets in the valley, according to Kevin Carlascio, who

Recently, a number of Yakima Valley College instructors have joined in efforts to make college more affordable for students while

YVC stands at the forefront of educational innovation, where faculty excellence is not just a principle but a living, breathing

Yakima Valley College kicked off fall quarter by welcoming more students back to its campuses, including the return of hundreds

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