This fall, YVC will help fill that gap by offering a new Bachelor of Applied Science in Agricultural Sciences degree.
YVC's Workforce Education Division helps nontraditional students successfully enter in-demand professions.
View the Yaks in action this winter and spring.
Josh Vega takes over women’s soccer head coaching duties this spring.
Learn how YVC is transforming lives through the power of education.
Yaks catcher Karly Hanosky will continue her softball career at Eastern Oregon University next year.
Briefs highlighting the activities and accomplishments of faculty, staff and students.
Yakima Valley College’s employees and student government provided a warm welcome to students returning to campus this winter.
English Instructor Margaret France new book, “The Genius of Bob's Burgers: Comedy, Culture and Onion-Tended Consequences.”
The Aspen Institute recently named Yakima Valley College one of 150 institutions eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
This May, YVC students will get new, user-friendly tools to register for classes, communicate with instructors, view financial aid awards and more.
Without a clear career direction after high school, Enedeo Garza shifted between jobs in various industries before enrolling at YVC in 2014.
From making learning relevant to treating students with respect, YVC students give high grade to their instructors.