Victor Valley College (VVC), now in its 58th year, serves an area encompassing roughly 2,200 square miles and is located on a 253 acre campus at the center of the three major communities of the Victor Valley (Apple Valley, Hesperia and Victorville). VVC serves the cities and communities of the High Desert; Adelanto, Apple Valley, Helendale, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Oro Grande, Phelan, Piñon Hills, Silver Lakes, Spring Valley Lake, Victorville and Wrightwood.
VVC also features a 13 acre Regional Public Safety Training Center (RPSTC) in Apple Valley and an Aviation program at Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA). In total, a population base of approximately 420,000 people with over 30 feeder high schools and diploma-granting institutions rely on VVC for their educational needs and opportunities. In the 2017-2018 academic year, the College served a diverse student population of 16,682.
Victor Valley College is the primary source of workforce training in the Victor Valley. Our career technical programs teach fundamental skills that employers in almost every corner of the region need and offer more than 100 certification programs to ensure our graduates are marketable employees. Victor Valley College also offers customized training to help companies train up their employees in specialized skills they need in order to be more profitable.
Victor Valley Community College District uplifts the diverse communities we teach and serves by promoting educational excellence, enhancing local prosperity, and ensuring environmental leadership.
As a student-centered learning organization, we will uphold the following core values:
The mission of Victor Valley Community College is to:
The goals of Victor Valley Community College are as follows: