With more than 80 programs from which to choose, and hundreds of classes taught by
distinguished and dedicated faculty members, Treasure Valley Community College has
the academic variety and excellence to match your goals and interests. Pursue your
education here as a full-time or part-time student, or earn your degree online. It's
all about access to the high-quality education you need and want.
Degrees and Advising Worksheets
- Adult Basic Skills
- Industrial Manufacturing and Controls - (formerly Automation)
- Career & Technical Education
- Center for Business Workforce & Community Learning
- Computer Science
- Distance Education
- English/Foreign Language
- Fine and Performing Arts
- Horse Production
- Natural Resources
- Performing Arts
- Physical Education/Health
- Social Science
Adults who have not received a high school diploma may enroll in the General Education Development (GED) program. This program is designed to prepare students to pass the GED test, which is composed of four subject areas: language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Students must be at least 16 years of age to enroll in the program, and students under the age of 18 need special permission from their parents and/or educational facilities.
TVCC participates in a dual credit program with local high schools in Oregon and Idaho. Classes are taught on the high school campus by qualified high school instructors. Students can earn college credits at a reduced cost without leaving their high school. Interested students should contact the Col-Cred coordinator at (541) 881-5806 or check with their local high school counselor for further information about this program.
Distance education is a method for delivering classes to students who are separated from an instructor by time and/or place. Distance education is a convenient option for all students and particular benefits those whose work or life schedules prevent them from regularly attending classes on campus, who live outside commuting distance, or are home bound.
Online education makes it possible to attend class at any time of day, in any place students choose as long as they are connected to the World Wide Web. Because students communicate with their class online, they can complete most classes for an AAOT transfer degree without setting foot in a classroom, with the exception of a few on-campus science and speech lab meetings, scheduled to meet the needs of distant students. Alternatives to the on-campus labs may be possible with instructor permission. A variety of degree and certificate programs are available or currently being developed for online delivery. Students outside the TVCC service areas need to setup proctors the first week of the quarter by calling (541) 881-5799
Pathways assist students interested in transitioning from school to the workforce and back to school, as they continue their education. Career Pathways provide students a track to higher learning through professional and technical certificate, degrees, and skills in high-demand occupations.
Career Pathways offers short-term certificates (12-44 credits) and technical training designed to upgrade skills and increase earning potential. Certificates are designed and developed in partnership with industry and allow students to "step in and out" of their education with no loss of earned credits.