Students who participated in the O.A.R. tutorial can use this public tutorial to review information about student services, degrees and programs, registering and paying for classes, and much more. This public tutorial is just for review and is not a substitute for the actual tutorial, which includes a quiz.
- Use the student planner to track the classes you are currently taking and the classes you plan to take as
you work towards your goal.
- Follow these 10 tips for college success.
- Here are some tips on picking classes.
- Each quarter, make sure you complete this to do list.
- If you are in your last quarter of classes needed to earn your degree or certificate, remember to apply for graduation (even if you are not participating in the ceremony in June).
The Degree Audit is an online advising tool that allows you to view degree and certificate requirements and track coursework completed at WVC towards a chosen degree or certificate program.
If you have earned non-WVC credit, you can request a Credit Evaluation through the Registration Office to find out how many of your previous college credits can count toward your WVC degree.
If you plan to transfer to another college, use the Course Equivalency Guides to get a general idea of which classes will likely transfer to your chosen school.
Faculty Advisers set office hours each quarter when they are available to meet with students.
If you would like to change your Faculty Adviser, please complete a Change of Adviser form and return it to the Educational Planning & Testing Center in Wenatchi Hall in Wenatchee
or the front desk in the Administration Building in Omak.