Why wait?

Fall semester at Western Nevada College is only a little more than a month away. Continuing and returning students can peruse in-person and online classes listed at wnc.edu/class-schedule/

New students can apply for admission at wnc.edu/starthere/. For more information, phone 775-445-3277.

To learn about the multiple options for receiving financial aid, contact Financial Assistance at 775-445-3264 or finaid1@wnc.edu.

To speak with a counselor or learn more about degree paths and recommended classes, phone 775-445-3267.

Check out the stories that follow to help you prepare for fall semester and take advantage of the many opportunities that are available.

 

Preparing for Fall 2021
WNC Awarding Financial Aid for Fall Semester
WNC has nearly $500,000 to award to students through the Silver State Opportunity Grant. Students could receive as much as $5,500 for the 2021-22 school year.
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WNC's New Online Bookstore Now Serving Students
The WNCbookstore.com website presented by Textbook Brokers went live on July 1, providing students with a full-service online bookstore.
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Many Key Reasons for Students to Work at Western
Statistics show that student workers fare better academically, pursue a bachelor's degree and are more career ready. More than 20 jobs are available on the Student Job Board.
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WNC Nevada Green Business Program Hiring Interns
Degree-seeking students can receive a paid internship and contribute to making Nevada’s environment better by working in the college’s Nevada Green Business Program.
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Good to Know
Cheer on WNC Grad Palmer in Summer Games
OIympic diver Krysta Palmer attended WNC starting in 2011 and graduated in 2014. She'll compete July 24 and July 29-31 in Tokyo.
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Lt. Gov. Marshall Visits Students, Team Members
Kate Marshall toured WNC’s newly reimagined Joe Dini Library and the bustling Student Center, which allowed her to meet paramedic students and student employees.
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NSHE Responds to Federal Judge’s DACA Ruling
NSHE and its institutions have reaffirmed a strong commitment to their DACA and undocumented students after a federal judge ruled the DACA program unlawful.
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WNC Serves as Headquarters for Tahoe Rim Trail Endurance Runs
The parking lot behind Cedar became the new village for the annual ultra runs, enabling organizers to provide more room to meet runners' needs as they returned from their high-altitude tests.
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American Dream Questioned in ‘#SuenoAmericano’ Exhibit
A unique art exhibit incorporating slices of cheese is being shown in the Bristlecone Gallery through Sept. 30.
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Thomas Brings Back Free Lectures to Observatory
The science and history lecturer talked about the universe in his return to the Saturday Star Parties at JCDO.
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Star Parties Resume at Jack C. Davis Observatory
Star Parties run from sundown to 11 p.m. on Saturdays and enable viewing of the moon, stars and planets via interior and exterior telescopes at JCDO.
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Faculty, Staff Celebrate NSHE Anniversaries in July
WNC is recognizing 18 employees who are celebrating their NSHE anniversaries in July!
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Good News
Grant to Assist CDC in Providing High-Quality Childcare
Carson City-area parents and their children will benefit from a recent grant that has been received by WNC’s Child Development Center.
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WNC Helps Bradley Pursue Dream of Becoming Pharmacist
Small class sizes, individualized instruction and proximity to home on the Fallon campus set up Allie Bradley for success.
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WNC Recognizes Emeritus Appointees
The 2021 appointees are Richard Arrigotti, Dr. Steve Carman, Dr. Judith Cordia, Mark Ghan, Kevin Gaffney, Fred Kille, Jamie McNinch and Dr. Hal Starratt.
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Best Summer Day Ever!
Employees were treated to a Kona Ice Cool Down Day on July 1.
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What's Next?
Assist Students, Support Workforce Development and Golf for Education
Businesses, teams and individuals are encouraged to participate Sept. 24 at Toiyabe Golf Course. WNC Foundation is looking for volunteers and raffle prizes to support the event.
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Kids Can Still Join Wildcat Teach's Summer Camp
Campers ages 6-11 can enjoy STEM activities, arts and crafts, and games and music at WNC on Aug. 9-13.
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