Be A YCC Student For The Day

Junior High and High School Students and their parents are welcome to be a YCC student for the day on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019!

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM  Meet with Mr. Roger Dayton, YCC Dean of Students, in the YCC Chapel.  Tour the campus library and facilities. Learn about the Early Enrollment program and course of studies available for high school students at YCC.  Also meet Mr. Brandon Rogers, Basketball Coach at YCC and learn about opportunities after graduation for student athletes.

11:15 AM – Noon  Join all YCC students, faculty and staff at the YCC Chapel.  All YCC students are welcome to attend the weekly chapel and fellowship, a key component of student life at YCC.  The speaker at chapel this day, January 30, will be Miss Emily Broadbent.  Miss Broadbent is a home school graduate who has been serving the last year in Tanzania at Neema Village, a rescue facility for infants, children, and widows.  She will be sharing her story and message before she returns for another term of service at Neema.  YCC student Solomon Johannes Shepherd is from Arusha, Tanzania, where Neema Village is located and has been offering tutoring for Swahili to the Broadbent family.  

Noon – 12:30 PM  Free Lunch for all guests.  Join YCC students, faculty, and staff for a free lunch.  Have an opportunity to interact with students, faculty, athletes and coach.   

Please RSVP by emailling  and include the number of people staying for the free lunch. RSVP’s received by January 18 will receive free admission to the YCC Men’s and Women’s basketball games Friday January 18 and Saturday January 19.  RSVP by January 24th to receive free admission to the Men’s games Friday January 25 and Saturday January 26.  All games at the Shrine Auditorium.   

Largest Theological Collection

YCC’s library is proud to own one of the largest theological collections in the Northwest. With 35,000 volumes available to students and the community, students will never be without sound academic resources.

Small Community

With about 100 students on campus, students will create deep, lasting relationships with peers, faculty, and administration.

Community Involvement

YCC desires to see all students grow in their faith. This happens by getting plugged into a local church. Ministry students are required to engage in a mentor partnership with a local pastor in addition to weekly service duties.