New Bachelor Degree Offered

Western Nevada College is pleased to offer a new four-year degree in the business program: a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organization and Project Management. It's completely online. Learn more: https://www.wnc.edu/new-bachelor-degree/

 

Things to Know
View, Purchase 2020 Graduation Photos
Commencement photos from WNC's memorable drive-through graduation ceremonies are now in gallery form.
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Virtual Choir Releases ‘Seasons of Love’
Broadway Rising!'s second production includes photos — mainly locals — of those showing love during the trying health crisis.
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View Graduations, Video Praise
In case you missed it, watch WNC's graduation ceremony, as well as congratulatory videos from NSHE, WNC and community leaders, and view an electronic version of the program.
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Regents Appoint Next Chancellor
The Board of Regents have chosen Dr. Melody Rose as chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, effective Sept. 1, 2020.
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Good News
Highest Court Supports DACA
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of keeping open the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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433 Students on Spring Dean's List
Congratulations are in order as more students made the Spring 2020 Dean's List than any semester in recent history.
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President Dr. Solis' Contract Renewed
WNC President Dr. Vincent Solis' contract has been renewed for four years by the NSHE Board of Regents.
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Campagni Auto Group’s Generosity Benefits Students
Carson City Toyota has donated $5,000 to help students attend WNC in Fall 2020. The Campagni Auto Group's donation will also support scholarships through WNC’s Higher Education in Prison program.
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What's Next?
Get Out and Golf for Education on Sept. 25 
The fun-filled Golf Classic on Friday, Sept. 25 at beautiful Toiyabe Golf Club offers the opportunity to golf competitively and give back simultaneously.
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WNC to Reopen to Public on July 27
After being closed to the public for more than 4 months, the college is planning to reopen by the end of the month.
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WNC Offers Comforts of Home in Uncertain Times
With COVID-19 affecting how colleges will deliver classes in the fall, some college students are electing to remain closer to home and enrolling in their hometown colleges.
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Fall 2020 Presents New Opportunities
Many classes will be offered online this fall so students will have more flexibility in creating their schedules for the semester, which begins Aug. 31.
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