Celebrating Our 2020 Grads

Western Nevada College is excited to host two Parade of Graduates drive-thru ceremonies to recognize the Class of 2020 at 9 a.m. June 25 on the Fallon campus and at 9 a.m. June 26 on the Carson City campus.

Confirm your participation no later than June 12 by submitting an RSVP form. Commencement 2020 RSVP Web

Things to Know
Register Now for Fall 2020 Classes
Small class sizes, remote learning options, campuses close to home and affordability will help you succeed.
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2020 Graduation Class Recognized
WNC's 2020 graduation class includes 650 students who earned 692 degrees and certificates.
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WNC Celebrates 94 Jump Start Grads
Students from nine high schools, two academies and homeschooling earned their associate degrees prior to receiving their high school diplomas.
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Health Science Degree Yields More Career Pathways
Not only is this area of study a pathway to WNC’s nursing program, it provides the foundation for potential transfer degrees in community health, public health, health education and other related areas. It also prepares students for health-related careers in emergency medical services, laboratory technician, nursing assistant and more.
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ASWN Election Renders Experienced Leaders
Gabrielle Clark, Julia Cruz, Maria Ramirez, Addison Fredeen and Michael Robinson are continuing as ASWN leaders for the 2020-21 school year.
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ICYMI: Listen to May 6 Student Chat Recording
Catch up on the conversations of President Dr. Solis and ASWN President Gabby Clark from the May 6 student chat.
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Good News
Wells Fargo Grant Helps Students During Crisis
Philanthropic groups, such as the Wells Fargo Foundation, and the local business community have stepped forward to support WNC students and the institution through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Long-Serving Trio Awarded Emeritus Status
Richard Kloes, Walt Lewis and Larry Calkins were appointed emeritus status after collectively serving the college for more than 70 years.
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Observatory Volunteer Shares Images from Backyard
Jack C Davis Observatory volunteer Jim Buzonik has gathered images of many astronomical objects with his backyard observatory and they have been shared to instructors around the country.
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WNC Virtual Choir Debuts by Singing ‘One Day More’
WNC and WNMTC created a virtual choir, Broadway Rising!, to share the power and beauty of Broadway during these times when live performance is no longer possible.
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Area Schools to Offer WNC Education Classes
EDU 110: Society and Education, and EDU 112: Education Internship will be taught as dual-credit classes at Smith Valley, Carson and Dayton high schools in the fall.
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What's Next?
More Summer Classes; Semester Starts June 8
Consider getting ahead or catching up on your degree requirements by taking classes in history, mathematics, sociology, psychology, accounting, English, EMS, American Sign Language, art, biology, business administration, economics and more.
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Flex Classes Offered for Fall
Students will have the option of attending some classes in person or online using live-streaming video technology such as Zoom or Hangouts at a designated time.
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