ONLINE READINESS - PREPARE FOR SPRING QUARTER // WVC is offering two options to help prepare students to be successful in their
online courses for spring quarter.
1. Online Readiness Orientation: This free, short course will help you determine your readiness for online classwork. This course focuses on how to access and use Canvas, the primary learning management system used by your instructors. A self-assessment and introductions to other technology resources will be covered. This course is self-directed. No instructor feedback is provided.
Dates: April 6-19. It is recommended to enroll and complete this course before classes begin on April 13. However, the course will be available any time during this period.
Duration: total of 4-8 hours for most students
You can self-enroll for this course at any time. Check back soon for the link.
2. SDS 102 Online Readiness: This one-credit, three-week, online course begins April 13. The course is led by an instructor. You will be able to interact, ask questions and receive help throughout the three weeks. Learn how online courses work and how to be successful. This is a more in-depth look into the online learning tools used by WVC instructors than the 8-hour, short course listed above. Learn more about SDS 102 on the WVC Course Finder.
Wenatchee Valley College (WVC) offers students the opportunity to take courses partially
or fully online and to apply earned credits to their program of study. These different
course delivery formats* provide flexibility and a more diverse set of options for students
who might have difficulty attending classes on campus in Wenatchee or Omak. You can access several of the tools and learning technologies used most frequently
in all types of course formats,* including face-to-face, through the resources below:
The Student Portal is your personal access point for key information as you progress through your college journey. Here you can view your transcript and grades, class and finals schedules, notifications from your instructors, contact information for your academic adviser, and more!
Canvas is the learning management tool used by most faculty, regardless of course format, to communicate and provide students with access to important course information, such as: course navigation tips, course syllabi, instructional materials, assignments, grading rubrics, grades, and discussion boards.
Did you know that from your home you can use virtual desktop to access your full WVC desktop, including Microsoft Office and the files you save on campus? Students and faculty may now log in from any computer or mobile device using either a VMware application or a browser. Students in classes requiring specialized software may see additional applications.
All WVC students have access to free online tutoring in a variety of academic subjects, from Humanities to Social Sciences to Natural and Applied Sciences. eTutoring includes access to an Online Writing Lab, live tutoring via eChat, and an eQuestions service through which you can expect researched responses within 48 hours.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Registration & Admissions
* Note: You can learn more about the course formats available to you by visiting the Course Formats page.