WVC extends closure of both campuses through May 31

Graduation will take place online
WENATCHEE/OMAK - Following the governor’s extension of the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, Wenatchee Valley College has extended the closure of both campuses to students and the public through Sunday, May 31.
The process of reopening campus is expected to be gradual, and will happen in accordance with the governor’s plan to open businesses in phases. Those who are on campus or are visiting campus are being asked to practice good hygiene, social distancing and to stay home if sick.
The residence hall remains open to residents, but social distancing is being implemented.
It was announced last week that the commencement ceremonies for both campuses will take place online. The associate degree nursing pinning ceremonies for both campuses will also take place virtually – no in-person gatherings will be held.
College leadership has not yet made a decision to move summer or fall quarters online. If action is taken to move classes online after spring quarter, students and the community will be notified.
Online resources for online learning. WVC has information and resources to support students as they transition to online learning at wvc.edu/Online.


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