About WVC at Omak
Wenatchee Valley College at Omak, located 90 miles north of the Wenatchee campus on the sunny slopes of the Cascade Mountains, serves the residents of Okanogan County in North Central Washington. The campus was established in the 1970s.
The campus includes the Administration Building, Mary Henrie Friendship Hall, a classroom/science lab building, Hazel Allen Burnett Hall, Heritage House, a native plant garden and a greenhouse.
Career and academic counseling, and special services for students with disabilities are among services offered to students at the Omak campus.
The Learning Support Center offers free one-one-one tutoring, study group facilitation, group instruction and mini workshops, self-help tutorials, bilingual assistance for Spanish-speaking students, and tutoring in Spanish 101 and 102.
Students at the WVC at Omak may participate in student government and in many clubs and organizations. The Omak campus student government and clubs host and participate in annual events such as the Jammin' Against Hunger benefit concert, Omak Film Festival and United Pow Wow, as well as workshops and lectures.