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Resources for Students

ONLINE RESOURCES // WVC is here to help! Below, you will find a list of important resources and contact information for the departments who can help you succeed this quarter.

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Admission/Registration Services

Admission and Registration is answering questions remotely about college admissions, student records, registration, transcript evaluations, and credential evaluations.


Bookstore

The WVC Bookstore is where you can find out what textbooks you need for your class(es), and where you can buy or rent them.


Counseling Services and Student Support

For urgent mental health counseling or if in crisis, please call:

  • NCW Crisis Hotline: 509-662-7105 or 1-800-852-2923
  • National Suicide Prevention 24/7 Lifeline: 1-800-273-28255
  • Emergency Shelter Housing Hotline: 509-888-9035
  • Emergency/immediate assistance: 911

For non-urgent counseling or support, please call, email, or visit WVC Counseling webpage to schedule an appointment with a counselor over the phone or using Zoom videoconferencing.


Cashier’s Office


CAMP

CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program) is a federally funded* program designed to help students from migrant/seasonal farmworking backgrounds during their first year of college.


Diversity & Equity Center

The Diversity & Equity Center supports the needs of underrepresented communities through focused retention programming, community events, identity based clubs, institutional initiatives and connections to resources and navigation services for students. 


Educational Planning

At WVC, there are Faculty Advisers, Educational Planners and Counselors available to help you pursue your educational goals. Generally speaking, Educational Planners help new and transfer students get started with their first quarter of classes at WVC.


Career Services

Discover majors and in-demand careers and education based on your interests:

Career Services


 Financial Aid/Scholarships

Financial aid office staff are working remotely to continue processing financial aid. Staff will be responding to emails and voicemails, but there may be delays. Patience is appreciated during this time.

  • Email: financialaid@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com
  • Phone: 509-682-6810 (If you do not reach a staff member, please leave a voicemail and leave your name, SID, phone number and why you are contacting the financial aid office).
  • FAM Portal: You may log in to the Financial Aid Management (FAM) Portal by visiting stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com/FinancialAid and clicking on the FAM Portal link on the right hand side of the page. NOTE: We have activated the option to upload your documents directly into the FAM portal.

Food pantries (Wenatchee and Omak)

Food, hygiene items, diapers and other items are available from the Wenatchee and Omak food pantries. Both campuses have implemented curbside pickup for students. Any student facing food insecurities may use these services.

Wenatchee (Knights Kupboard)

  • What: WVC Knights Kupboard food pantry is offering curbside pickup. Students can pick up prepackaged boxes containing food and hygiene items for students (diapers will also be available if needed).  
  • When: Every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., until further notice.
  • Where: Students should park in parking lot of Sexton Hall (off of ninth street) 
  • How: Students will be able to get supplies without getting out of their vehicle by providing their name and student ID.  Items will be placed directly in the students vehicle. Social distancing and safety practices will be in place to ensure everyone’s safety.
  • Learn more:  by emailing Bertha Sanchez or Ryan Poortinga at bsanchez@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com or rpoortinga@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com .    

Omak

  • What: Beginning April 21, Omak student government will be sponsoring a curbside/drive-up food bank for our students.
  • Where: North parking lot of the Omak campus by the Green House
  • When: Every Tuesday from 2-4 p.m.
  • How: Students need to be gloved and masked up when getting the items and follow the 6 foot social distance rule.  They need to bring student ID number and photo ID. 
  • Learn more: by emailing Livia Millard, lmillard@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com 

 

IT Help Desk

For assistance with all things related to technology, please contact the IT helpdesk.  This includes managing your WVC computer login, Canvas account and email.

WiFi hotspots

 

If you are a student struggling to get internet or WiFi at home, there may be assistance for you. Contact WVC counselors Bertha Sanchez (bsanchez@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com) or Ryan Poortinga (rpoortinga@stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com). 


Libraries (Wenatchee and Omak)

Search our collection of articles, books, and videos as well as research assistance. NOTE: Winter quarter library holds for outstanding materials checked out from WVC libraries have been removed to ensure students can register for classes and receive transcripts.

Tutoring

Free  academic/tutorial support to students enrolled in courses offered by WVC in many subjects including writing, science, languages, math and more. 

eLearning Office

General information about online classes including frequently asked questions about Canvas, WVC’s online learning management system.

Chromebooks and Calculators - Checkout from Library

The WVC libraries in both Omak and Wenatchee will have Chromebooks and calculators available for checkout for students who do not have a computer at home. 


MESA

The Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Program advocates for education, equity, and access in science, mathematics and engineering. MESA offers academic and professional support services to qualifying students who intend to transfer to four-year universities in pursuit of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors.

Students can reach us via Canvas message or text us through Remind. Prospective MESA students should connect with us by phone, email, Google Voice, or Zoom for more information. Applications are available online at stgeorgeutahvacationrental.com/mesa .


 

Student Access Services

The Student Access Services (SAS) office provides accommodations, guidance and advocacy for students with disabilities. Students can read about the process for securing disability accommodations on the Student Access webpage. Students can also schedule a time to speak with a SAS staff member by calling 509-682-6837 or by scheduling a 30-minute inquiry appointment online.


Veteran services

Resources for WVC student veterans.