Wallace State fall semester underway at both campuses

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Prior to transferring to Wallace State, student Justin Harris researched the college online and was immediately impressed. “I had always heard Wallace State was a great place to attend and had a nice campus. Once I found out for myself and visited for the first time, I knew it was the right…

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Wallace State night programs provide flexibility for students seeking a degree; registration continues through Aug. 23

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Machine Tool Technology instructor Gary McMinn relied significantly on night classes when he was pursuing his degree.  Night classes are great options for students seeking a flexible schedule. “I came to school at night the entire time. I worked full-time (at Nicholson File) during the week and came to school…

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Wallace State-Oneonta campus experiencing strong fall registration numbers

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ONEONTA, ALA. –  The inaugural fall semester at the Wallace State-Oneonta campus is shaping up to be a momentous one. With fall classes scheduled to begin on Wednesday, courses are filling up quickly in Oneonta with fall semester enrollment having greatly exceeded expectations. “We are excited about our enrollment and have great numbers so far. People…

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Dr. Walter Bumphus, President and CEO of the American Association of Community Colleges, visited Wallace State for the first time on Monday and served as the keynote speaker for the college’s Fall Convocation.

Wallace State employees treated to keynote speaker Dr. Walter Bumphus of AACC during Fall Convocation

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s employees officially kicked off the 2016-17 academic year Monday by attending Fall Convocation at the School of Nursing and Center for Science. Wallace State was honored to have Dr. Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO of the American Association of Community Colleges, serve as the Convocation’s keynote speaker.…

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Acclaimed Nursing program graduates around 100 students at Wallace State Community College

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Around 100 students in the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) and Practical Nursing (PN) programs at Wallace State Community College were pinned on Tuesday night, marking their success in the nationally acclaimed nursing education program. “Tonight we have an additional achievement to celebrate collectively,” said Deborah Hoover, director of the WSCC Nursing…

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Wallace State Nursing faculty congratulated for job well done

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    The faculty of the Wallace State Community College Department of Nursing Education gathered on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016, in celebration of a successful year that was topped off by the program’s achievement of earning the National League for Nursing’s prestigious designation as a Center of Excellence in Nursing EducationTM for 2016-2020. The college…

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Individuals participating in the ribbon cutting included, from left, Senator Paul Bussman, Winston County Superintendent Greg Pendley, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, Wallace State President Dr. Vicki Karolewics, Senator Tim Wadsworth and Winston County Circuit Clerk J.D. Snoddy.

Wallace State Community College celebrates Winston County Works project with Gov. Bentley in attendance

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Celebrating a project that will provide workforce training to approximately 250 students over the next year, Wallace State Community College held an Open House and ribbon cutting for its Winston County Works initiative at Winston County Technical Center in Double Springs on Wednesday. “Education is so vital to producing skilled workers in…

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