MARIETTA, Ohio (August 7, 2014) – Washington State Community College (WSCC) proudly announces the students that made the Dean's List and the President's List for Summer Term 2014. Congratulations to Jonathan Arbuckle, Ivy Carlsen, Reva Fielder, Caitlyn Markey, all of Washington County, and Melissa Jones of Morgan County for making the Dean's List. WSCC would also like to congratulate Jarrah Huck and Michael Ogaz of Washington County and Sean Shoop of Wood County for making the President's List. "The college is very proud of this group of students who have worked diligently to excel in their courses. We congratulate them on their achievement," said Dr. Mark Nutter, Vice President for Academic Affairs at WSCC.

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MARIETTA, Ohio (August 4, 2014) – Summer is almost over therefore Student Services and the Business Office at Washington State Community College (WSCC) will be holding extended office hours on Saturday, August 9th from 9am to noon. Amanda Herb, Vice President of Enrollment and Student Success at WSCC stated that new students will be served that day through admissions, financial aid, and first-term advising. Recent high school graduates, adult students, and current WSCC students are encouraged to schedule an appointment to assure that they will have the time needed to go over financial aid, advising, and scheduling.

PTK Members Spring Induction Ceremony

MARIETTA, Ohio (July 28, 2014) – Washington State Community College (WSCC) is proud to announce 60 new members of the Alpha Rho Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. An induction ceremony was held during Spring Semester in the Graham Auditorium at WSCC to welcome the newest members of the organization. Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an honor society for students attending 2-year colleges.

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20140724massageMARIETTA, Ohio (July 24, 2014) – Washington State Community College (WSCC) proudly congratulates the Summer 2014 graduates of the Massage Therapy and Radiologic Technology programs. This evening, at 6:30pm the Health Sciences Division and Brent DeWees, Massage Therapy Program Coordinator, will hold the graduation ceremony in the Graham Auditorium located in the Arts and Sciences building. Tomorrow evening, at 7pm, Paul Richards, Radiologic Technology Program Coordinator, will hold the ceremony in Graham Auditorium as well. A reception will follow each ceremony in the lobby of the Arts and Sciences building.


20140724shannonamandaMARIETTA, Ohio (July 22, 2014) – Washington State Community College's (WSCC) Director of Financial Aid, Shannon Venezia, published a blog post in The Chronicle for Higher Learning online journal and along with Amanda Herb, Vice President of Enrollment and Student Success, presented "The Challenge of Rural Students: Best Practices" at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators' annual meeting. Approximately 2500 financial aid administrators from around the country gathered for the meeting in Nashville, TN. Shannon and Amanda's presentation was an exploration of two components. It involved some background on rural students: patterns most commonly found in rural students (one of the least likely groups to complete the FAFSA, less likely to be college ready, typically make less money in similar jobs when compared to their suburban counterparts), and some best practices. Many of the meeting attendees were practitioners, so Shannon and Amanda offered ideas and opened the session for discussion. Shannon has found that research supports that "work study is an important part of offers students a connection to the institution and a reason to be on campus."



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