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WSCC Diagnostic Imaging earns 100 percent pass rate for third consecutive year

in Academic, Admissions, Graduation, Headlines, Health

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Students graduating from Wallace State Community College’s Diagnostic Imaging program once again earned a 100 percent licensure rate on their National Register exam, marking the third consecutive year the program has attained a perfect rating. “We work very hard to make sure our students are prepared to pass the licensure exam their…

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Wallace State volleyball splits four matches in season-opening tournament

in Athletics, Headlines, Volleyball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s volleyball team split four matches over the weekend, opening the season at the South Suburban Tournament in Wisconsin Dells, Wisc. Wallace State (2-2) notched wins against Iowa Lakes CC and Carl Sandburg College (Ill.). The Lions defeated Iowa Lakes 25-22, 25-12, 25-17 in their second match of the season and followed…

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Six-time defending conference champion Wallace State volleyball opens 2015 season Saturday

in Athletics, Headlines, Volleyball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State volleyball, a six-time defending conference champion, opens the season Saturday with a roster that coach Randy Daniel believes may be his deepest yet. “We have size, athleticism, talent, versatility and depth at every position. I can’t think of a team we’ve had on paper that’s as deep as this one,”…

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Wallace State students, faculty and staff settled into new fall semester

in Academic, Admissions, Community, Headlines, Health, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State student Rodney Lubert has worked previously as a quality control car technician and also remodeled homes. Lubert, 50, is now a Wallace State freshman, enrolled in the college’s Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) program. Lubert’s daughter, Jessilyn, and son, Cameron, are also Wallace State students. Jessilyn is approaching…

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Wallace State kicks off semester, 50th anniversary celebration with Fall Convocation

in Academic, Alumni, Community, Health, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s 50th anniversary celebration officially kicked off Tuesday as employees met for the institution’s annual convocation at the newly renovated James C. Bailey Center auditorium, marking the beginning of another fall semester. Wallace State has a host of events and initiatives planned through Sept. 2016 in recognition of the…

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Wallace State’s inaugural women’s golf team begins first practices, preparing for fall season

in Alumni, Athletics, Community, Golf, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Abbi Yeager was scrolling through Twitter one day and noticed Wallace State was adding a women’s golf team to its athletics programs. “I knew I had to look into it,” said Yeager, a sophomore and 2014 Fairview graduate. “I’m now fortunate enough and excited to be on the first women’s golf team…

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Wallace State’s Genealogy Collection set to receive new additions; Community Education genealogy classes also available in fall

in Academic, Alumni, Community, Continuing Education, Headlines, Library

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s extensive Genealogy and Family and Regional History Collection will feature some new additions in the upcoming months. Wallace State’s Robert Davis, a long-time history and genealogy professor, said the college is set to receive a collection of Civil War spy reports from the Union, federal court cases dating back to…

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Wallace State Continuing Education Offers Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People

in Admissions, Continuing Education, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Back by popular demand at Wallace State Community College’s Continuing Education program will host a one-day workshop entitled “Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People.” This 3-hour workshop will be Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, from 6 to 9 p.m., at the WSCC campus. The workshop is intended for ages 15 and up. To…

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From The Cullman Times: CHS allows Fast Track WSCC dual enrollment for students

in Academic, Admissions, Dual Enrollment, FastTrack, Headlines

Reprinted with permission by The Cullman Times By Trent Moore The Cullman Times Beginning this fall, Cullman High students will be able to fully participate in the dual-enrollment Fast Track program offered by Wallace State, which allows high-schoolers to graduate with both a diploma and associate’s degree. The city high school had previously participated in…

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