​​Mission Values and Learnin​g Outcomes​​​

​Mission​​

Napa Valley College prepares students for evolving roles in a diverse, dynamic, and interdependent world.  The college is an accredited open-access, degree- and certificate-granting institution that is committed to student achievement through high-quality programs and services that are continuously evaluated and improved.  The college serves students and the community in the following areas:  transfer courses, career-technical education and training, basic skills, and self-supporting contract education and community education classes.

Approved by the Board of Trustees November 15, 2012​

​Values

Napa Valley College is a community of people excited about learning, where students are first and foremost in everything we do.  We value, model, and encourage:​​

  • ​​student success
  • honesty
  • creativity
  • integrity
  • adaptability

  • ​​​inclusivity
  • responsibility
  • openness to new ideas
  • respect for others​​
  • health and wellness

Approved by the Board of Trustees, November 13, 2008​

​​Institutional Learning Outcomes​​​​​

Students who receive a degree from Napa Valley College will demonstrate the following:

  1. Communication & Collaboration
  2. Critical Thinking & Information Competency
  3. Global Awareness & Civic Responsibility
  4. Personal Responsibility​​

Katherine Kittel

​Executive Coordinator to the Superintendent/President and Board of Trustees
​​KKittel@napavalley.edu

Kathy Wright
Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/P​​​resident
kathy.wright@napavalley.edu​

Holly Dawson
Public Information Officer​​​​
holly.dawson@napavalley.edu