WNC Fallon campus offers a wide range of courses for students to work toward associate degrees, transfer to a university, dual credit college/high school courses, or certificates of achievement in the arts and sciences, technologies or topics of personal interest. The campus also offers distance education courses, including interactive video and Internet classes, to allow those in remote locations the ability to access higher education. More than 500 students attend classes at the Fallon campus. In addition, the Workforce Development Center on the Fallon campus is dedicated to providing educational opportunities and training solutions for businesses and industries.
Located in Fallon, the county seat of Churchill County, the WNC Fallon campus was opened in 1992 and consists of three buildings: Virgil Getto Hall, Piñon Hall, and Sage Hall. Due to the highly productive agricultural community within Churchill County, Fallon is known as the “Oasis of Nevada.” Fallon is also the home of the Naval Air Station Fallon since 1943; the Lahontan Dam, a key feature in the Newlands Irrigation Project of 1915; and the 22,000-acre Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge. With a temperate climate and unlimited outdoor recreation opportunities, WNC Fallon provides high quality education to the 26,600 residents of Churchill County.