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Aug. 30 Block party to kick off fall semester

in Academic, Community, Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Health, Student Activities, Technical

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Students, faculty, staff and guests at Wallace State Community College will be entertained by the band Blue Water Highway on Thursday, Aug. 30 as the college celebrates the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester. The Learning Communities committee has arranged for the Texas-based band to play during a Learning Communities Kickoff Block…

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Wallace State employees treated to keynote speaker Brittany Wagner, formerly of Netflix’s “Last Chance U,” during Fall Convocation

in Academic, Admissions, Alumni, Community, Headlines, Health, Oneonta, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s employees officially kicked off the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year last week at the college’s annual Convocation, welcoming Brittany Wagner as the keynote speaker. Wagner earned worldwide fame as an academic counselor at East Mississippi Community College through the popular Netflix series “Last Chance U.” Wagner was heavily featured…

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Dozens graduate WSCC Nursing program; applications for Spring 2019 being accepted

in Graduation, Headlines, Health, Nursing

  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — More than 70 students from the Wallace State Community College Department of Nursing Education recently took the Nightingale Pledge during the pinning ceremony for the August 2018 Associate Degree Nursing graduates. The ceremony marks the end of their education and Wallace State and the beginning of their careers and/or further education.…

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Wallace State volleyball ranked 16th in NJCAA Division I preseason poll

in Athletics, Headlines, Volleyball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s volleyball team is ranked 16th in the NJCAA Division I preseason poll, released earlier this week. The Lions are recognized in the Top 20 preseason ranking for the eighth time in 10 years and will seek their 10th consecutive conference championship this season under coach Randy Daniel. Returning Wallace State…

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Wallace State Community College fall semester underway; students can register through Aug. 21

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

Fall semester welcome from Dean of Students Dr. Ryan Smith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCC58s57Khk HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s fall semester is underway and there’s still time to enroll in classes! Late registration continues through Tuesday, Aug. 21. Andrew Lee decided to attend Wallace State last fall after making visits to campus with his basketball team…

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Altec pledges donation for scholarships for three WSCC programs

in Alumni, Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, Financial Aid, Headlines, Welding

HANCEVILLE, Ala — Altec recently donated to the Wallace State Community College Future Foundation to provide scholarships to students in three applied technology programs: Collision Repair, Diesel Technology and Welding. Altec is a leading equipment and service provider for the electric utility, telecommunications, contractor, lights and signs and tree care markets. Altec employs several Wallace…

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New Wallace State Dance Program Begins this Fall, Headed by former American Ballet School in Paris Director Brooke Desnoës

in Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines

Brooke Desnoës, founder and artistic director of the Academie Americaine de Danse de Paris, today known as the Académie de l’Art de la Danse et de sa Pédagogie (AADP), is returning home to the Cullman area twenty years in France to head up a new dance program at Wallace State Community College. “We intend to develop a dance program…

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WaLLi members volunteer with Meals on Wheels

in Community, Headlines, WaLLi

  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Lifelong Learning Institute (WaLLi) members and good friends Linda Smith and Pat Mitchell, each enjoy the activities and fellowship offered by the program. They love to socialize with other members, take classes and go on day-trips. They also find a way to fit in some time to volunteer a…

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