Variety of Short-Term

Classes Offered

There is no need to delay taking classes until next year at Western Nevada College. WNC has you covered with a variety of late-start classes during the current fall semester.

These classes are almost exclusively offered online starting on Oct. 26 and ending the week before the Christmas holidays, but there are a few exceptions. Build your schedule with classes including communication, education, management, CISCO Technologies, blueprint reading, golf, political science, American Sign Language, and counseling and personal development.

For more details, go to https://www.wnc.edu/short-term-classes/.

 

Things to Know
Governor Sisolak Spends Time with WNC Students
The governor captivated students with his inspiring message of education's importance and the valuableness of starting higher education at a community college.
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Apply for Fall Graduation by Nov. 2
To fill out an application to graduate this semester, go to https://www.wnc.edu/admissions/graduation/
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Filing for 2021-22 FAFSA Underway
To file your FAFSA application, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov or fill out the form in the myStudentAid mobile app.
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Clark Finds Niche in Helping Others through ASWN
ASWN's president is known for being an outgoing, caring and inclusive student leader.
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Transferring to UNR? Register for Free Virtual Workshops
UNR visits with students from WNC at least once per month to go over the application process and academic advising. The next virtual workshop is Oct. 21.
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Good News
Tech Express Mobile Training Lab Arrives on Campus
The Automaton and Industrial Technology Center’s striking mobile learning lab will serve as a teaching space beginning in Spring 2021.
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New Chancellor Dr. Rose Tours WNC, Visits Students
Dr. Melody Rose became familiar with WNC, seeing the William N. Pennington Biophysical Science Laboratory and the Industrial Technology/Mechatronics labs, as well as visiting with the Latino Leadership Academy.
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Golf for Education Fundraiser Memorable, Thanks to Many Participants, Contributors
The 21st annual tournament attracted 144 players, and numerous sponsors and volunteers made it a special day for participants.
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Police Services Donates to Food & Hygiene Pantry
The department found a unique way to raise $650 to help students meet their basic needs.
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EPA Grant to Help WNC, greenUP! Reduce Pollution
The partners will assist manufacturers implement pollution prevention with the $345,108 federal grant. Student interns will be hired to help with this program.
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University Police Services Well-Represented at Coffee with a Cop
Coffee with a Cop brought many University Police Services representatives to campus to meet with students and staff on Oct. 7.
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What's Next?
Attend Women’s 2020 Leadership Summit on Nov. 14
The theme for this year’s summit is FEMALE: Fostering, Empowerment, Mentorship, Advocacy, Leadership and Experience. Use QR code to join.
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Blood Drive Set for Nov. 4 at WNC
Vitalant will conduct a Blood Drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 4 in a bloodmobile that will be parked on the sidewalk between the Joe Dini Building and the Reynolds Center.
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Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Nov. 2-6
Student organizations and campus departments are invited to participate in an altar display contest to celebrate Day of the Dead week.
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