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‘Inspiring’ students graduate from Wallace State’s Fast Track Academy/Fast Track for Industry programs

in Academic, Community, Dual Enrollment, FastTrack, Graduation, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Community College’s Fast Track Academy and Fast Track for Industry students were recognized recently during a special graduation ceremony honoring 23 Fast Track Academy graduates and 26 Fast Track for Industry graduates. Both programs allow high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school and college…

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From the Cullman Times: Digging In – Wallace State is launching an innovative new program to help first-timers get started with their own small farms

in Headlines, Small Farmer Training, Technical

  By Benjamin Bullard The Cullman Times HANCEVILLE — When the first students show up to get their hands dirty in its hands-on outdoor classroom next spring, Wallace State Community College’s new Small Farmer Training Program will be ready for them. With a full year’s worth of student-free tweaking and preparation under its belt, the…

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From The Cullman Times: ‘Encouraging you forward’

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Overcoming hardships, Garlan Gudger Sr. led through hard work, quiet wisdom Reprinted with permission by The Cullman Times By David Palmer The Cullman Times Garlan Gudger Sr. influenced thousands of students enrolling in Wallace State Community College, encouraging them to succeed and move forward into careers and rewarding lives. At the age of 75, Gudger Sr. died…

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Ribbon-cutting Held for New Entrance to Wallace State Campus

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College celebrated the completion of its north entrance on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting and flag raising.  The U.S. Flag, flag of the State of Alabama and a new Wallace State flag greet visitors approaching campus from the north.  The new entrance marks the northern gateway to the college and is…

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Wallace State baseball’s Smiths Station trio searching for second ring in four years

in Athletics, Baseball, Community, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s 10th-ranked baseball team enjoyed one of its best regular seasons in program history, compiling a 44-8 record and winning the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) North Division championship. The Lions are now four wins shy from winning the program’s eighth ACCC tournament championship and first since 2006. After earning a…

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PTK Holds Faculty Appreciation Breakfast

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HANCEVILLE, Ala.—Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society honored instructors recently with an end-of-year Faculty Appreciation Breakfast. The event to celebrate faculty was group’s spring service project. Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society inducted approximately 180 members earlier this spring, making it the largest organization on campus. For the awards, PTK members determined categories, sought…

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Wallace State Students Receive Awards for Achievements at Annual Ceremony

in Alumni, Athletics, Community, Graduation, Headlines, Health, Oneonta, Student Activities, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. —Students at Wallace State Community College were recognized for their achievements at the college’s recent Awards Night Ceremony, held on the campus in Hanceville.  Awards for campus leadership, scholastic achievement, transfer scholarships, and division honors were among those presented at the ceremony. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to showcase these outstanding…

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Wallace State’s Talent Search students recognized during annual TRIO Day

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State’s Talent Search students were celebrated recently at the annual TRIO Day on campus. TRIO Day is for students in 6th-9th grades from participating service area schools, many of whom are first generation potential college attenders, voluntarily participating in a wide variety of college readiness activities. The group was treated to…

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