YCCD Celebrates Impressive Completion Rates

Yuba Community College District (YCCD) is proud to announce remarkable increases in completion rates across its colleges, reflecting the District’s commitment to student success. “Our District and colleges are working hard to serve our students and our communities,” said Dr. Sonja Lolland, Vice Chancellor of Education and Planning at YCCD. “The work we are doing to improve student support services, … Read More

Introducing Program Maps – Your Program Start to Finish

Would you like to know a recommended course sequence for your program or explore many programs and how to complete them without getting bogged down with all the options?  The new website feature with program maps is a great starting point!  Watch this video to learn more: Click for full transcript   

City Council Honors Men’s Soccer Team with Proclamation

This February, the Woodland City Council honored the WCC Men’s Soccer team with a proclamation to commemorate their championship season. The season was filled with “firsts” for the Woodland Community College men’s soccer team, including a first game, first win, first conference win and first winning streak. The Eagles wrapped up its inaugural season by securing the Bay Valley Conference Championship. … Read More

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It’s Soccer Time

The first inaugural Woodland Community College Competitive Soccer season is beginning!  The men’s game schedule is finalized and the women’s game schedule will be available soon.  Our athletics website has more information. We are making history!

Agricultural Program at WCC continues to grow

Thanks to the hard work of our entire ag program staff, faculty and students, WCC’s garden and outdoor laboratory continue to grow. Check out the article below to learn more about how this program has made our campus a living lab.