New Information Desk Benefit Students
WNC students and the public will have better access to educational information and general assistance at the WNC Carson City campus, thanks to a complete remodel of the main information desk.
The holiday break between fall and spring classes allowed the time for demolition of the decades-old information desk that had been built by inmates at the Nevada State Prison. It was replaced with a modular office that offers additional room to carry out projects and serve students and visitors. More important, the desk is now compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, allowing for improved service to students in wheelchairs.
“Having all of these ADA changes on campus lets all students know they are important, and that we are trying to assist and accommodate them,” said Linda Hipol-Rollings, who works at the information desk. “It’s a lot more approachable and brightens up the area.
The remodeling project also included moving a mobile computer terminal to a new location that also is ADA compliant, allowing students to review their myWNC accounts in a more accessible location.
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2201 W. College Parkway
Carson City, NV 89703