Walla Walla Community College Reviews
- Walla Walla (WA)
- Annual Tuition: $6,200
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 3/22/2022
- Degree: Agriculture
- Graduation Year: 2022
"Walla Walla Community College is a local college that supposes to provide many great opportunities for students. It helps lead students to the desired goal. Staff/Instructors are not providing help needed for students. Online learning has been very, WWCC has done a fair job at involved while being away from campus. You will not be ready for classes and will struggle to catch up to upper level courses. Felt as if I was not given enough attention and not well prepared. WWCC classes do not prepare students for a seamless transition graduate. My experiences with online classes have been horrible. Although there are many benefits that come with going to Walla Walla Community College, there are also a few downsides. Below you will come across some of the things you should consider before you apply to the school. Walla Walla Community College is one of the many for profit schools in the US. Because they run as businesses, the cost of going to for profit schools is not cheap. It does not come as a surprise why it has some of the most expensive tuition fees per year. Before anything else, let me make it clear that Walla Walla Community College is not a diploma mill. A degree from a diploma mill not only comes with a very expensive price tag but also is also bogus, fail a course, and have to retake in order to graduate. The tuition fee per school year may also be higher or lower. It all depends on various factors. Visualize the success stories: people who graduate with degrees. Unfortunately, most students do not fit this profile, and their returns are mediocre or worse. Indeed, plenty would be better off skipping college in favor of full-time employment. What is going wrong?"
- Reviewed: 4/14/2015
- Degree: Social Sciences
- Graduation Year: 2013
"Attaining an Associate Sciences Transfer degree prepared me well for any science major that I could have pursued upon graduating from Walla Walla Community College. The courses that were required to attain the certificate gave me a well rounded education which allowed me to identify exactly what area of science that I would want to go into. I chose to pursue biology at Montana State University Billings, the background that I gained in chemistry at Walla Walla Community College helped me greatly in organic chemistry as well as biochemistry courses that I enrolled in. The instructors at Walla Walla Community College are not solely teaching for a paycheck, they care deeply about their student's desires and goals. There were many times in which I contacted my instructors for extra help, guidance, and letters of recommendation; never once was I turned away."