New Wallace State program provides leadership skills, scholarships

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — A new program being offered at Wallace State Community College will give select students opportunities to develop leadership skills as well as earn scholarship funds towards their education. The Lions Leader program of the Wallace State Community College Alumni Association will kick off this fall as the college gears up for a…

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Wallace State volleyball, softball teams earn NJCAA All-Academic team status

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s volleyball and softball teams were each recognized Thursday as National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Academic teams, a day after 10 student-athletes at the college were named NJCAA Athletes of Distinction. Wallace State’s volleyball team compiled a cumulative 3.47 GPA. Wallace State’s softball team finished the 2014-15 academic year with…

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Wallace State has 10 student-athletes recognized by NJCAA for academic achievements

in Academic, Athletics, Baseball, Community, Golf, Headlines, Men's Basketball, Softball, Volleyball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State athletics had 10 players recognized Wednesday as National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Athletes of Distinction for their academic achievements. Volleyball’s Kaci Kirk and Olivia Walker and softball’s Amanda Medders were each named Superior Academic Achievement honorees for earning a GPA between 3.80-3.99 during the 2014-15 academic year. Exemplary Academic…

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GED graduate Dustin Burney, right, of Cullman, receives his diploma from Wallace State President Dr. Vicki Karolewics during Thursday night’s ceremony at the Burrow Center.

Wallace State’s Adult Education program conducts 2015 GED Commencement

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s Adult Education program conducted GED (general education development) graduation ceremonies Thursday night, recognizing the latest class set for new beginnings. “Graduates, once you walk across this stage, life is forever changed. Please take this accomplishment and put it to work by encouraging the next person you know who…

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Wallace State’s priority online fall registration begins Monday, June 22

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Priority online registration for Wallace State Community College’s fall 2015 semester begins Monday, June 22. Wallace State students with 45+ previously earned credit hours can register first during priority registration. Students with 30+ hours can register beginning Wednesday, June 24 and those with 15+ previously earned hours can register on June 26.…

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Mason Shirley, a recent Hayden High graduate, among WSCC dual enrollment students getting a head start with career goals

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HANCEVILLE, ALA.  –  Wallace State dual enrollment student Mason Shirley graduated from Hayden High School last month as valedictorian, with a strong number of college credit hours completed and with a clear career path in his sight. Shirley has been enrolled in Wallace State’s Career Tech Dual Enrollment program since 2013 and is approaching the…

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Wallace State's Scott Bartlett, left, with Joe Hendrix.

Wallace State student Scott Bartlett becomes first Industrial Electronics recipient of AlabamaGermany scholarship

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HANCEVILLE, ALA.  –  Wallace State Industrial Electronics student Scott Bartlett is the first program recipient of the AlabamaGermany Bill Taylor Scholarship. Bartlett, who turns 42 years old on Friday, is currently in his third semester in the program. The Fairview native earned the AlabamaGermany Partnership recognition after applying for an Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA)…

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Wallace State softball’s Ragland named ASWA Community College Athlete of Year

in Athletics, Community, Headlines, Softball

By Rob Ketcham Sports Editor The Cullman Times  The first time Wallace State softball coach Jayne Clem saw Rachel Ragland play in person was at a fall tournament in Trussville. This little Pleasant Grove junior was bringing heat in the circle for the Birmingham Vipers when Clem approached Ragland’s recruiter without much hope in mind.…

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