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WSCC...A Great Place to Expand Your Mind!

Washington State Community College (WSCC) is highlighting it's Liberal Arts & Sciences Division as a part of the college's new marketing campaign. In June, WSCC's Marketing and Public Relations Department began showcasing each of the school's divisions. Profiles of faculty members and graduates from the divisions can be seen on TV Channel 22 and www.wscc.edu. There are many advantages to a student choosing a Liberal Arts & Sciences program at WSCC. Classes have smaller student/faculty ratio, typically 16/1. Students will get an affordable quality education at a convenient location in Marietta, Ohio. The 78 (18 full time, 60 part time) faculty members are highly qualified; 10% of the faculty have doctorate degrees. Perhaps the biggest advantage would be that the TAG (transfer assurance guides) and TM (transfer modules) guarantees 100% automatic transfer to any Ohio public colleges and universities. Washington State Community College Liberal Arts & Sciences Division also offers to students a wide variety of extracurricular activities such as Drama Club, Science Club and Social Justice Club. An Honors program is an up and coming program for the Arts & Sciences Division. The A&S Division helps make WSCC the college of first choice for students who are looking for a seamless pathway to a four year degree.

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Program Among The Top In The Nation By Maintaining Accreditation

The Evergreen Child Development Center at Washington State Community College located in Marietta has maintained accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) – the nation's leading organization of early childhood professionals.

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New State-of-the-Art Welding Lab

Classes Begin Fall Semester

20140603 welding2Your welding career...it starts right here at WSCC! "The demand for qualified welders is higher than ever, largely due to the shale industry moving into the area," Kent Hall, WSCC Professor, Industrial Technology said. Local industries like Pioneer Pipe, Hi-Vac (Alliance), Solvay, Therma-Fisher, and Skuttle Manufacturing to name a few, will be looking for those who are able to fill welding positions. Other local industries that supply equipment and services to oil companies are also looking for welders. In response to the industry's need, Washington State Community College (WSCC) has built a new state-of-the-art welding lab and developed a new welding program; the curriculum is based on the input of these companies. The one-year welding certificate includes stick (shielded metal arc welding), MIG (gas metal arc welding; metal, inert gas), TIG (gas tungsten arc welding; tungsten, inert gas), plate and pipe welding, as well as set-up techniques. Safety and hands-on experience are priorities throughout the new WSCC welding program.

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In May, Washington State Community College (WSCC) recognized several employees for their long term dedication to the education and lives of the students. Employees were recognized for five, ten, fifteen, and twenty years of service, as well as those retiring.

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Local Businesses and Educators Continue Commitment to Encouraging Local Youth to Pursue Careers in Science and Technology

20140527 yes-days-weldingThe 22nd Annual Yes Days program took place on May 15th and 16th at Washington State Community College, with over 600 participating 7th graders from Washington and Morgan County schools.

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