Secular Union among newest Wallace State student organizations

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One of Wallace State’s newest campus organizations is the Secular Union. The Secular Union is a group of students devoted to encouraging acceptance, dialogue, goodwill, peace and understanding with everyone and working to eliminate the issues of intolerance and freedom of speech across the nation. Plans for the Secular Union include coordinating with fellow organizations…

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Wallace State’s Introduction to Poultry Science course available during fall semester

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s Introduction to Poultry Science class is again available for the fall semester as the ‘2+2’ Poultry Science program partnership with Auburn University continues to progress. “It’s a popular class and we hope it becomes more popular. The poultry industry is such a huge factor in Cullman County and in North…

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Wallace State conducts annual Strategic Analysis Team meeting for business and industry partners

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s administrators and instructors presented to local businesses and industries last week during their annual Strategic Analysis Team meeting. “This is an important meeting mandated by the federal Carl D. Perkins Act and an important day for us to get together with some of our industry partners. We share…

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Wallace State-Oneonta welding classes under direction of instructor Chris Posey

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ONEONTA, ALA. – Chris Posey grew up welding in his father’s shop in Nectar and never lost the love for the profession. Posey is now sharing his welding expertise and passion to Wallace State-Oneonta students as the campus’ welding instructor. “I love doing this. I love it because the program is new and it’s a…

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Wallace State students earn place on President’s and Dean’s Lists

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HANCEVILLE, AL—Wallace State Community College in Hanceville congratulates the 761 students named to the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Spring 2017 Semester. To earn a spot on the Wallace State President’s List, students must maintain a perfect 4.0 GPA for the semester while taking a course load of 12 or more hours. Placement on the…

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Breakfast celebrates Future Foundation scholarship recipients, donors

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Future Foundation recently hosted its fourth Scholarship Celebration Breakfast, during which it was announced the Foundation would be awarding almost $100,000 in scholarships to 80 students for the upcoming year. Another $15,000 to $20,000 in dual enrollment scholarships will be awarded to area high school students. “Today’s…

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Wallace State’s students flourish yet again at state SkillsUSA competition

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Community College has produced a new batch of SkillsUSA award winners. Nine students recently earned gold medals at the state competition in Birmingham, and Wallace State once again earn the Highest Participation Award. “SkillsUSA gives our students a platform to show their skills and at Wallace State we have skills.…

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WSCC Horticulture/Agriculture students spruce up campus landscape

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Students in Wallace State’s Agriculture and Horticulture program put lessons to work recently as they spruced up campus, clearing up plant beds and planting flowers. The students spread out across campus, working in flower beds at the library, around the Bailey Center, in the courtyard of the Computer Science building and in…

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