Huntley Delivers Inspirational Story during Learning Communities Lecture

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Lawyer, author and child advocate Liz Huntley delivered an inspirational lecture during a recent visit to Wallace State Community College as part of National Community College month and the college’s Learning Communities project. Huntley shared her story, “More Than a Bird,” with the Learning Communities classes and spent additional time answering the…

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Wallace State Diagnostic Imaging graduates 27 from program

in Graduation, Headlines, Health

  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Diagnostic Imaging program graduated 27 students from its program on Tuesday, May 1, during its pinning ceremony. For them all it was a culmination of 21 months of lessons, exams and clinical rotations as they worked to earn their degree. “One of my favorite quotes I’ve reminded…

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Accreditation of Wallace State Nursing programs affirmed through 2025

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Department of Nursing recently received affirmation of accreditation for both its Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) and Practical Nursing programs by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Deborah “Pepper” Hoover, chair of the Department of Nursing, said they chose to work on the accreditation process for both…

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Wallace State Holds Ceremony for Scholarship Recipients

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

HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Area students awarded scholarships by Wallace State Community College were recognized during a celebration of student achievement on campus recently. For the 2018-2019 academic year, Wallace State will award more than $1.2 million in Presidential, Leadership, Academic Excellence, Leadership, Health, Career Technical, Performing Arts, Athletic, Summer Honors and other scholarships in addition to…

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Wallace State celebrates Earth Day with Dr. Todd Steury’s visit, Planting Seeds Community Garden awareness

in Academic, Community, Headlines, Student Activities

HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Community College recently continued its tradition of celebrating Earth Day, welcoming Auburn University professor Dr. Todd Steury, a wildlife ecologist, as a special guest to campus. Dr. Stuery, an assistant professor at Auburn since 2008, presented on “Unseen Rare and Extirpated and Mythological Mammals of Alabama,” educating an engaged crowd…

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Austin T. Monk: Alabama will continue offering opportunities for individual and corporate success

in Community, Continuing Education, Headlines

Reprinted with permission by This Is Alabama   Workforce development serves as a mechanism for change in Alabama. It empowers participants and enables individual economic development. Our state is on the cusp of a new age as industry and higher education institutions partner resources and talent to train the next generation. Concepts like Internet of…

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Wallace State Diagnostic Imaging students fare well at annual conference

in Headlines, Health, Student Activities

  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Diagnostic Imaging students from Wallace State Community College made a strong showing at the recent annual conference held by the Alabama Society of Radiologic Technologists. The Student Bowl team brought home a first-place trophy for their win in the scholar’s bowl competition and student Rebecca Watkins brought home the first-place prize…

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Wallace State softball captures 4th consecutive ACCC/Region 22 Tournament championship and 12th overall

in Athletics, Community, Headlines, Softball

ALABASTER, ALA. – Keeli Bobbitt has jump-started Wallace State softball’s offense from the leadoff spot all season. Once she hit her first collegiate home run leading off Sunday’s Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 Tournament championship game, the Lions had a strong feeling it was going to be a profitable day. Indeed, it was. Wallace…

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