No. 24 Wallace State women’s basketball opens 2015-16 season with overhauled roster

in Athletics, Health, Women's Basketball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – The final win for Wallace State’s women’s basketball team last season may have been the biggest in program history. Wallace State upset Eastern Arizona at the NJCAA Division I tournament, marking the program’s first ever opening-round win in five national tournament appearances. The Lady Lions finished the season 28-6, made their first NJCAA…

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Susan Copeland, Wallace State’s Patient Care Specialist Coordinator, right, discusses how to measure a heartbeat with a Hanceville Elementary School student during Career Day.

Wallace State programs participate in Hanceville Elementary School’s Career Day

in Academic, Community, Headlines, Health, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College participated in Hanceville Elementary School’s Career Day on Friday, showcasing various health and technical programs to the students. Hanceville Elementary School principal Kim Brown said the event was a great opportunity for her students to get an early glimpse at some of the career offerings available at Wallace…

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Students attending the Showcase visit the Wallace State Performing Arts booth.

Wallace State hosts college Showcase for approximately 1,500 local high school sophomores

in Academic, Admissions, Community, Dual Enrollment, FastTrack, Headlines, Health, Student Activities, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State recently held its first ever campus Showcase, allowing approximately 1,500 high school sophomores the chance to learn more about the college’s programs and organizations in a two-hour visit. Wallace State hosted high schools from Blount, Cullman, Morgan and Winston Counties, all within the college’s service area. Students initially arrived at…

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Registration for Wallace State’s fall Mini Term II is Friday, Oct. 2, classes begin Monday, Oct. 5

in Academic, Admissions, Community, Dual Enrollment, FastTrack, Headlines, Health, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Registration for Wallace State Community College’s fall semester Mini Term II classes is Friday, Oct. 2. Classes begin Monday, Oct. 5. Wallace State has multiple options, including online courses, for students to register for during the second mini term. Mini Term II classes are eight-week courses. Mini Term II classes offered on…

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Wallace State’s 2015-16 Teaching and Learning Academy participants are, front row, from left, Karen Morris, Penny Rodgers, Sally Warren, Kelli Rich, Cynthia Smith, Susan Copeland and Carrie Bentley, back row, from left, Jacob Keisler, Aaron Nichols, Michael Johnson, Randy Hammond and Jeremy Wilt. Not pictured are Leah Gann, Emily Johnston, Kelly Krigbaum, Alicia Standridge and Megan Zerillo.

Wallace State begins second year of Teaching and Learning Academy for new faculty

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – A new group of Wallace State instructors was recently welcomed to the college’s Teaching and Learning Academy for the 2015-16 academic year. Wallace State’s Teaching and Learning Academy initiative, now in its second year, was established in the summer of 2014 to merge new faculty together, help them learn more about the college…

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Dr. Tim Alford, Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Economic Development, tours select Wallace State programs

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Dr. Tim Alford, the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Economic Development, visited Wallace State Community College recently and toured multiple departments, including technical and health programs. Alford was joined by Wallace State President Dr. Vicki Karolewics, Vice President Dr. Tomesa Smith and Dean of Applied Technologies Jimmy…

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Wallace State Respiratory Therapy program marks 100 percent pass rate for graduating students

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Community College’s Respiratory Therapy program continues to prove itself as a top-notch program, with all of the students in the 2015 graduating class successfully completing the National Certification Exam. 2015 is the second consecutive year for a 100 percent pass rate from the program. It also holds the highest pass…

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