Our goal is to promote local postsecondary educational opportunites to Tribal members, students, and employees. We strive to provide timely and accurate admission and adivsement information specific to Wenatchee Valley College. We also work in collaboration to coordinate basic skills and developmental education to support student transitions.
College Admissions & Advisement Liaison
Employment & Education Division
Phone (509) 634-2495 | Fax (509) 634-2073
Wenatchee Valley College - Nespelem
To Enroll For The Current Quarter:
1) Complete WVC Admission Application, if you are new or returning after 1 or more quarters off.
2) Complete WVC Scholarship Application, renewed annually at the beginning of the academic year.
3) Complete Course Registration or Schedule An Appointment With Kayce To Determine Degree Plans
4) Submit All Documents To College Admission Liaison Prior To The Beginning Of The Quarter.
The WVC-Nespelem Campus is an official test proctoring site. We offer ACCUPLACER Placement Testing scheduled bi-monthly and also offered as needed with pre-arranged scheduling.
Placement Testing is required for the majority of students enrolling in College courses. Typically this requirement is satisfied by SAT/ACT scores but for students who elected to not take those tests then Accuplacer is a great option.
The placement test is not timed but usually takes students about 2 hours to complete.
Once you have completed the test, no refund can be issued.
Valid photo ID is required to test. Please bring your ID to the test session.
Calculators, pencils, and scratch paper are provided.
Scores are valid for 3 years. Students must wait 3 months before retesting.
If you have a learning or physical disability, contact the College Liaision Kayce Palmer 509-634-2495 to make arrangements for acccomodations.
If you need an official copy of your test scores, please fill out a Placement Records Request form(PDF) and email, fax, mail, or bring it into the Testing Center.
High School 21+
High School 21+ Progam is a collaborative offering between the Colville Confederated Tribes and the Wenatchee Valley College. It is designed to assist adults in completing required credit hours and coursework to earn their WA state high school diploma. Local classes are offered at the Agency Campus in the Employment & Education Resource Center in Nespelem.The Class Schedule is Monday-Friday 9AM-12PM, the academic quarter begins every September, January, and April.
1) Complete Recruitment Form, Send To Kayce Palmer.
2) Fill Out Transcript Request Form
3) Schedule A Meeting With The Instructor and Send Transcript Request To High School (s) You’ve Attended