Co-Curricular Programs

Performing Arts Center

Located off Jacaranda Road and Bear Valley Road at the center of the campus, the PAC (Building 54) is a 493-seat proscenium theatre that supports professional dance, ballet, symphony, musical and dramatic stage productions, choral concerts and a wide variety of community events. In addition to the Main Stage, we have our Experimental Theatre otherwise known as the Black Box Seminars, travel lecture series, public forums are also supported. For rental information call (760) 245-4271, ext. 2495.

The PAC houses the Communication Studies (CMST) and Theater Arts (TA) classes. The design lab, lighting lab, costume lab, rehearsal room, make-up lab, and scene shop are located on the first floor of the PAC. The CMST classrooms and the communications lab are located on the second floor of the PAC.

Ticket Information Center

The Performing Arts Center is located on the Victor Valley College Campus. This venue contains two theaters, the Main Stage Theater and the Black Box Experimental Theater. We support instructional, community and professional entertainment and informational programs.

Tickets for college sponsored events may be purchased in person at the Ticket Office or 1 hour prior to performance time at the Box Office.

  • Ticket Office: Located at the south entrance of the Student Activities Center (Building 44). Hours are Monday – Thursday 8:30am – 5:00pm and Fridays 8:30am – 2:00pm
  • Box Office: Located near the south entrance to the Performing Arts Center (building 54) Open 1 hour prior to each performance.
  • Tickets are also available online at www.vvc.edu/tix

If you would like to speak with one of our Ticket personnel, please call (760) 245-4271 ext. 849 (TIX). For information on all other events at the Performing Arts Center, visit http://www.vvc.edu/offices/performing_art/events.shtml”

Clubs

Clubs for students with a variety of special interests are an on-going part of campus life. A complete listing of clubs is available from the Office of the Associated Student Body (ASB).

Students interested in a particular activity find that campus clubs are a good way to meet other students and share ideas and information. Interested students may join a club of their choice by contacting the club’s president or advisor. Among the clubs on campus are the Model United Nations, California Nursing Students Association, Psychology Club, Robotics Club, Ready Rams, Art Club, Biology Club, Cornerstone Christian Club, Art Club, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Physics Club, LGBTQA, Math Club, American Sign Language, Black Scholars United, and Off- Broadway Club.

Athletics

Victor Valley College encourages its students to participate in athletic activities to further their physical, emotional, and mental development as individuals.

Athletic facilities are located on the lower campus and include the main gymnasium (Building 71) with a seating capacity of 2,040, 6 outdoor tennis courts, softball diamond, baseball diamond, football field, and two soccer fields.

The intercollegiate sports offered are football, softball, baseball, men’s/women’s tennis, men’s/women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s/women’s basketball, wrestling, men’s golf, men’s/women’s cross country, and women’s beach volleyball. Victor Valley College Rams compete against other teams within the Inland Empire Athletic Conference, as well as teams from other colleges and universities.

Athletics Eligibility

To be eligible for competition, student-athletes must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units during the season of sport (9 of those units must be degree/certificate applicable). Between season, student-athletes are required to compete 24 units and maintain a minimum 2.00 GPA. Consult the athletic counselor or coach to determine athletic  eligibility and to complete a student educational plan.

Regarding availability and rental fees, community groups wishing to use any facilities must contact the Facilities Scheduling Office at (760) 245-4271, extension 2707.