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  • After serving his country in two combat tours in Iraq, U.S. Army Veteran Jeremy McGill ’21, found civilian life lacking purpose. Determined to be a role model for his son, he made a commitment to pursue a college degree. “Now that I’m in the position that I’m in, I feel like I’ve found purpose again, after my time in the military,” McGill said.

    MARIETTA, OHIO— After serving his country in two combat tours in Iraq, U.S. Army Veteran Jeremy McGill ’21, found civilian life lacking purpose. Determined to be a role model for his son, he made a commitment to pursue a college

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    Office Assistant, Registrar/Financial Aid Assistant  Adult Technical Training- Washington County Career Center Minimum high school diploma, related Postsecondary Certificate/Credential or Associates Degree preferred. Possess excellent clerical skills, minimum 2 years of experience preferred. Proficient computer skills in Microsoft applications. Excellent

  • Message from Dr. Vicky Wood expressing gratitude for WSCC's receipt of The Campus Safety Grant.

    The return of students to the Washington State Community College campus always brings a vibrant energy, and perhaps even more so this year. With everything we’ve endured over the past 19 months, I was excited to see students back in

  • Distinguished alumni

    Washington State Community College is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award. Each year, WSCC selects outstanding graduates for this honor in recognition of outstanding career/professional achievement and/or exceptional service to the community. Recipients of the Distinguished Alumni

  • The Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor Randy Gardner announced the latest round of Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills (RAPIDS) program funding. Washington State Community College (WSCC) received $286,896. The college will use the grant to support its training efforts in advanced manufacturing and healthcare.

    “These funds make it possible to provide quality academic programs with state-of-the-art labs to meet the demands of our local workforce. They allow us to be ahead of technology and innovation in this region so we can support our industry

  • —Washington State Community College (WSCC) is pleased to be among 27 Ohio intuitions of higher education receiving funding for security upgrades from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.

    MARIETTA, OH —Washington State Community College (WSCC) is pleased to be among 27 Ohio institutions of higher education receiving funding for security upgrades from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. The awarded funds are part of the 2021 Campus Safety Grant Program

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