Short-Term Classes Provide Options

 Just because you missed the start of spring semester in January doesn’t mean you can’t take classes in March and April. Short-term and accelerated online classes will begin, for the most part, in late March, accommodating an individual’s busy work and family schedules. However, there are some in-person classes available.

The range of late-start online offerings includes English, biology, aviation, advanced industrial technology, chemistry, political science, deaf studies, early childhood education and computer information technology classes, and more.

For a full list of classes and course descriptions, go to wnc.edu/class-schedule/?sorter=short

 

Things to Know
Foundation Scholarship Provided Lucky with WNC Start, Success
Kaitlin Lucky, who earned degrees from WNC and Gonzaga University, stresses how important it is for students to apply for Foundation Scholarships.
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Pell Grant Recipients Eligible for Federal Internet Subsidy
Eligible households can receive up to $50 per month to help pay for broadband internet service.
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‘Creative Expressions Beyond the Bars,’ ‘Mimic’ Featured in Bristlecone Art Galleries
Artwork from current and former Incarcerated people are presented in two galleries and a CCAI exhibit appears in the main gallery.
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ASWN President Earns Lieberman Regents' Award
WNC student Gabrielle Clark received the NSHE-sponsored scholarship for her academic, leadership and service achievements.
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Congratulations to Student Employee of Year Nominees
Make sure to congratulate the six nominees for the 2020-21 Student Employee of the Year Award.
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Photo Gallery: 2020-21 Paramedic Grad Ceremony
Congratulations to the 11 graduates of WNC's new paramedic program! Check out the photos from that inaugural ceremony.
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Register for Spring Commencement by March 19
Students can check their graduation status by phoning Admissions and Records at 775-445-3277.
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WNC Celebrates Paramedic Grads
The 11 grads are Joshua Adams, Anthony Abuan, Josef Almeida, Melissa Fraguela, Megan Jackson, Heather Alexander, Sarah Minkle, Connor Nicholas, Kraig Palmer, Jerry Sanchez and Paul White.
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Bookstore to Close Part of Spring Break Week
Follett Bookstore will be closed from Wednesday, March 24 through Friday, March 26.
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Good News
Congratulations to 3 Newly Tenured WNC Professors
Biology Professors Dr. Smriti Bhattarai and Rachelle Bassen, and Psychology Professor Dr. Rebecca Bevans have been awarded tenure by the NSHE Board of Regents.
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WNC ACCEL Director Nominated as COABE Rep
Angela Holt, a WNC employee since 2007, is vying to become a COABE Region VI representative.
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College’s Mascot Progresses into Student Scholarship
A scholarship is available to a student who wants to energetically don the Wildcat mascot costume at events during the 2021-22 school year.
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Stevens Receives Regents' Academic Advisor Award
The Nevada Board of Regents selected award recipients for teaching, advising, research and creative activities, including WNC Counselor Lauren Stevens, on March 5.
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WNC Employees Celebrate NSHE Anniversaries in March
WNC employees are being recognized in March for their service to the Nevada System of Higher Education, including WNC.
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CCAI Presenting Fine Arts Professor's Work
Fine Art Professor Rachel Stiff's "Entitled to the Sun" exhibition will be shown through May 26 at the Carson City Justice and Municipal Court, 885. E. Musser St.
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What's Next?
WNC Graduation Ceremonies Are May 24-25 and 27
WNC will honor its graduates with drive-through ceremonies on the Carson and Fallon campuses because of their success last year.
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Nursing Application Due by April 1
The application is available on the Nursing & Allied Health webpage and in Admissions and Records.
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ASWN Election Running through April 2
As a student at WNC, it's your right to vote for ASWN officers for the 2021-22 school year.
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Nursing Program Offers TEAS Testing Dates
Students must submit their TEAS test score to Admissions and Records by May 10 to be considered for admission into the Fall 2021 Nursing program.
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