Campus Life Events
IMPORTANT: The Campus Life office is now open with limited hours. We are currently open Monday
through Thursday 8:00am to 3:00pm & Friday 8:00 am to 12:00pm.
We are available by phone (509-682-6860) or email (email@example.com).
Campus Life Events
Campus Life is designed to meet interests beyond the classroom through co-curricular activities. These activities and services enhance the learning that occurs inside the classroom, as well as play an important role in student retention, academic success and cognitive development.
Knights Kupboard Omak
Hello Omak Students! Come check out the Food Pantry in Administration building downstairs in the Student Government Office Room 120A, ASWVCO is here to serve you. If you would like or need anything added to the pantry please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello WVC Knights! Stop by the Student Rec Center on Tuesday's & Thursday's from 5 pm to 7 pm, and on Wednesday's from 7 pm to 9 pm for Basketball! It is free for all WVC students, $3 for students from another college or school, and $5 for guest. If you have any questions, please contact Gina Shaw at email@example.com or at 509-682-6942.
Hello WVC Knights! The growth group is for students interested in the developing skill such as self regulation, identity exploration, stress management, resiliency, and more. The Growth Group meets every Monday in Van Tassell room 5015A from 12 pm - 1 pm.
Zoom option is available:
Enriquece tu vida a través de un libro (Enrich your life through a book)-Display at the WVC Library throughout the month Sept. 15-Oct. 15. The library will be having a book display honoring famous Hispanic/Latinx authors.
Come learn how to play one of the most popular cultural games with Bailadores Orgullo de México, Tuesday October 4, 12pm-2pm, Van Tassell Center Lounge.
Join us on October 11, 2022, from 11am-1pm for the showing of Expedition Reclamation and panel in Van Tassell Student Lounge. Free food and light refreshments provided.
Expedition Reclamation weaves together a tapestry of voices from 12 Black, Indigenous, and women of color who are redefining “outdoorsy” and reclaiming belonging in outdoor culture. This story begins with an honest exploration of how BIPOC communities have always been connected to the land, but how through the lasting lineage of colonialism, spaces of outdoor recreation have systematically excluded them.
Save the Day Knights! The Fall Showcase will be on Wednesday October 12th from 10 am to 1 pm around the college fountain in front of Van Tassell Center! Interested about clubs or organizations? Clubs & organizations will be there if you have questions, or if you are interested in joining. If you have any questions, please contact Roberto Villa by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us with guest author Ricardo Ruiz “We Had Our Reasons” on Thursday, October 13 at 6pm in the Wells Hall theater. This event is in partnership with NCW Libraries. “We Had Our Reasons” is a collection of poems created by Ricardo Ruiz in collaboration with other members of his Mexican farm community in Eastern Washington. The poems, vivid and pointed, guide the reader through the thoughts and struggles that come with the decision to leave one's home in Mexico, and travel to this remote, rural community of the United States.
The Doctrine of Recovery
The ASWVCO Red Road Association is co-sponsoring in collaboration with The Methow Interpretive center to show a screening of the film "Doctrine of Recovery."
This event is free and open to the public. This event will be on Thursday October 13th, from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Omak Theater (the red one) at 108 N Main St., Omak. Doors open at 6 pm, event starts at 6:30 pm.
To learn more about the film, click on the link below:
On Thursday October 20, 2022, assistance will be available for students filling out their FASFA/WASFA (in Spanish or English) from WVC experts, from 5-8 p.m.
Click on the link below to view the checklist:
El Jueves 20 de octubre 2022, habrá asistencia disponible para los estudiantes que necesitan ayuda en llenar su FASFA / WASFA (en español o inglés) con ayuda de expertos de WVC, de 5 a 8 p.m.
Haga clic en el siguiente enlace para ver la lista de verificación:
Día de los Muertos
Join the Department of Diversity & Equity and student clubs M.E.Ch.A. & Bailadores Orgullo de México in their celebration of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on Wednesday, November 2nd at 12pm in Van Tassell Center. The Day of the Dead is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, Central and South America. This day involves family and friends gathering to remember loved ones who have passed and honor them. Come learn about the history and traditions of Día de los Muertos. We will have skull decorating, tissue flower making, and delicious traditional food.
Book Display Native Heritage Month
Display at the WVC Library throughout the month of November for Native Heritage Month. The library will be having a book display honoring famous Native and Indigenous authors.
View past events
Living Voices: Hear My Voice
In recognition of Women’s History Month (March), the Associated Students of Wenatchee Valley College at Omak (ASWVCO) are hosted a Zoom panel based on the Living Voices film “Hear My Voice” from 1-2 p.m. March 4.
COVID-19 Vaccination Info Session
Are you wondering about the safety of the new COVID 19 vaccines? Do you want to ask questions of a medical professional? Nursing faculty member, Meleah Butruille, hosted virtual information sessions.
Suicide Prevention Event
Speaker Joshua Rivedal presented on overcoming mental health barriers and preventing suicide.
Virtual Graduation Information Session
Learn all you need to know about graduation 21!
Campus Life Newsletter