Wallace State Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Welcomes New Members

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Hanceville, Ala.–Wallace State Community College in Hanceville recently announced the induction of 185 new members into the Alpha Chi Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of the Two-Year College. Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.5 million members and 1,200 chapters located in…

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Wallace State’s men’s basketball loses to Shelton State in ACCC tournament quarterfinal; ends Lions’ bid to repeat as champs

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s men’s basketball team won’t be able to repeat another magical March run this season. The Lions lost to top-seeded Shelton State 69-61 Thursday night in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) tournament quarterfinals, ending Wallace State’s attempt at back-to-back state championships. After scooting out to a scorching 13-0 start and leading…

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Wallace State women fall to undefeated and No. 4 Shelton State in ACCC tournament title game; WSCC men cruise in tournament opener

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s women’s bid to win its second state basketball tournament championship in three seasons was unsuccessful Wednesday night, as undefeated and fourth-ranked Shelton State prevailed 78-54 in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) finals at Tom Drake Coliseum. Wallace State trailed Shelton State by only seven points at the half, 42-35, but…

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Career Technical Dual Enrollment Scholarships Available this Summer

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HANCEVILLE, Ala.—Rising high school juniors and seniors interested taking career technical classes for college credit during the summer are eligible for dual enrollment scholarships through Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. The Dual Enrollment/Accelerated High School scholarship is offered for six free hours of college credit in Wallace State’s career technical programs. A list of…

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Achieving the Dream

Wallace State Representatives Attend Achieving the Dream’s 2013 Annual Meeting on Student Success

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Interim Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Beth Bownes-Johnson and College Dean Johnny McMoy were among the group representing Wallace State Community College at a recent meeting of the Achieving the Dream National Reform Network. They are shown here with Dr. Vince Tinto (center), whose groundbreaking work on student success has informed research and policy at…

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Wallace State’s SGA group meets with President Dr. Vicki Hawsey, discusses future goals and endeavors

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s Student Government Association’s (SGA) executive officers and members enjoyed lunch with President Dr. Vicki Hawsey recently, exchanging ideas about student involvement on campus and upcoming events, among other items. Wallace State’s SGA is a student-driven organization intended to provide active student self-government on campus. Adam Hale of Vinemont is this year’s…

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Nance’s 20th double-double of season, strong bench contributions propel Wallace State women into ACCC tournament championship game

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HANCEVILLE – For the third consecutive year, Wallace State’s women’s basketball team has earned a date with archrival Shelton State in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) title game. The Lady Lions (23-9) punched their ticket to the tournament finals with a 77-63 triumph over Lawson State on Tuesday night at Tom Drake Coliseum, utilizing…

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Wallace State women’s basketball team defeats Alabama Southern 47-42 in ACCC tournament quarterfinals

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s women’s basketball team needed one clutch shot to get over the hump against Alabama Southern in their Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) quarterfinal game Monday night at Tom Drake Coliseum. Freshman Kendall Greene delivered the shot in the arm. Her 3-pointer from the right corner, with 4:56 remaining in the game,…

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Wallace State Faculty Member and Local Scholar Explores Centuries Old Mysteries

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HANCEVILLE, Ala.–Robert S. Davis, history professor at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, loves a good “who done it” but not the kind where the solution comes already published in the last chapter. He has been trying find answers to historical mysteries of Alabama and Georgia for his whole adult life and has scores of…

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