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Walla Walla Community College
For the past several years, Walla Walla Community College has worked to develop a campus-wide culture where data is central to guide planning in order to improve programs and services. The college continues to make significant strides and, through the Achieving the Dream Network, will create systemic institutional improvements via:
- Access to more comprehensive and disaggregated student achievement data to guide institutional improvement as it pertains to planning, budgeting and program changes.
- Assessing practices and processes as they relate to areas of advising, retention, and instruction.
- Communicating student success strategies across instructional and student service areas.
Walla Walla Community College has rapidly grown from 850 students in 1967, to a present annual enrollment of over 13,000. Located on 100 acres, the scenic Walla Walla campus has become an educational and cultural center for Southeastern Washington. Extending its facilities and programs throughout its four-county district, the College's Clarkston Center, located in Clarkston, Washington, is the hub of educational activity in Asotin and Garfield counties. WWCC also maintains correctional educational programs at the Washington State Penitentiary and Coyote Ridge Corrections Center.
In 2013, Walla Walla Community College was the recipient of the Aspen Award for Community College Excellence. The Aspen Institute recognized WWCC’s successes in the areas of student completions, employment outcomes, and service to diverse populations. WWCC seeks to remain one of the most innovative, professional, and successful service-oriented rural community colleges in the United States based on its performance in meeting student needs and public expectations.
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