Earn your Degree

Walla Walla Community College offers a number of degree and certificate options in Water Technologies & Management.

Community Programs

We’re active year-round presenting or hosting a variety of fun and informative programs, exhibits and special events for youth, families, adults and professionals.

Special Events

A few times each year we like to go BIG. We hope you consider joining us at one of our upcoming special events.


Classes Start September 19

Looking to build a new skill or earn a degree? Contact advisor Melissa Holecek at (509) 524-520 to learn more about our watershed ecology, irrigation technology, & natural resources technology degrees- and four NEW options: wildlife conservation, forestry, environmental science, & earth science. We look forward to hearing from you!

WEC Open House 10/27 4-6pm

* Enjoy new interactive lobby displays *
* Meet our co-located partners *
* See and learn about the live specimens in the fish lab & tour the soil/ water quality lab *
* Light refreshments provided *
* 5 pm – a brief ceremony unveiling a plaque honoring Bill Grant *

Meet the Staff at the Water Center!
The first installation of many more to come...

Name: Dave Stockdale

What is your official title?
Director, Water & Environmental Center, Water Resources, & Engineering

What exactly do you do?
Oversee the operation of the WEC and the water technologies and engineering degree programs

How long have you worked for the college?
Since February 2014

If you could be any animal in the world, what animal would you be and why?
A zebra- their beautiful individual patterns allow them to work collectively as a herd to confuse prey: teamwork! Plus they make really cool sounds.
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