At how many other colleges do students get the opportunity to share pizza with the president?

Yes, that's only part of what the Associated Students of Western Nevada and Student Life are presenting to WNC students for Welcome Back Week in celebration of fall semester on Sept 13-17.

Each day of the third week of classes will have activities for students to enjoy. In part, a Super Smash Brothers Party is set for Monday, Sept. 13, an ice cream social and games are planned for Tuesday, Sept. 14, a Club Fair and Welcome Back BBQ highlight Wednesday, Sept. 15, Pizza with the President showcases Thursday, Sept. 16 and Constitution Day (complete with BBQ) wraps up the week on Friday, Sept. 17. 

For a full schedule of events and times, go to https://www.wnc.edu/welcome-back-week-to-keep-students-busy/

Student News
Students Can Pick Up Textbooks through Sept. 2
Students who ordered textbooks from wncbookstore.com before Aug. 18 and chose to pick them up, can get them in the Dini Building Game Room at designated times.
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State Board of Health to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for NSHE Students
To help students receive the vaccine, WNC will be holding free clinics on Sept. 17 and Oct. 15.
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WNC Recognizes Students Making the Dean’s List
To make the Dean's List for summer session, students needed a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and completion of six units or more of classes.
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WNC Engineering Students Convert Medical Waste into Products
Thirteen design engineering students at WNC worked in teams to convert medical waste into products with potential high-market value.
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WNC Dispersing Emergency Relief Funds to Students
Enrolled students will receive as much as $1,800 for fall semester.
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Fee Waiver Opens Doors for Native Americans at WNC
Native American students need to complete a required eligibility form to determine if they can receive the waiver and submit it to Admissions and Records.
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Apply for A Career Scholarship and Change Your Life!
Through funding from William N. Pennington Foundation, WNC offers student scholarships for careers in CIT/cybersecurity, EMS, welding, automotive, and more.
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Good to Know
Virtual Tour Feature Brings WNC Campuses to You
WNC’s website at wnc.edu now includes a virtual tour feature so individuals can see Western’s beautiful campuses and gain more insight into the programs and facilities the college offers.
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New WNC Fallon Director Has Vital Understanding of Community
Jessica Rowe understands the needs of students and the importance of communities that Western Nevada College serves.
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Verdugo, McCarthy and Stiff Honored at Welcome Back Convocation
WNC's annual Welcome Back Convocation brought enthusiasm and energy for the upcoming fall semester.
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WNC Welcomes New Employees
Western Nevada College has added 20 new employees for the 2021-22 school year.
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Congratulations to Employees Celebrating August Anniversaries
Many WNC employees are celebrating anniversaries in August, including nine with 20 or more years service with NSHE.
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WNC Serves Its Students Very Well
WNC is known for its service, helping students understand the resources available to them and guiding them to their higher education and professional goals.
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Good News
Medalist Palmer Becomes Special Story at Olympics
Krysta Palmer, a 2014 graduate of WNC, ended a 33-year Olympic medal drought for U.S. women in the 3-meter springboard diving event in Tokyo.
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Graphic Design Education Provides Shania Brown with Career in Fallon
After graduating from Gabbs High School, the Graphic Design student needed a college that was close to her tight-knit family, was affordable and offered flexibility.
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CDC Retains Top Spot in Best of Carson City Contest
For the fourth year in a row the WNC Child Development Center has been voted best Child/Day Care Provider by community members.
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CREST Program Prepares Students with Disabilities for College and Life Success
Students took either virtual or in-person tours of Tesla, CGI and Starbucks in WNC’s Disability and Support Services’ three-week Summer CREST program.
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Peters Finds New Home in Big Leagues with Rangers
The former WNC baseball star has been playing regularly for the Texas Rangers after unexpectedly being released by the defending World Series champion Dodgers.
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What's Next?
WNMTC Returns to Stage with 'Home Again!'
Performances are Aug. 27-29 at the Carson City Community Center. Show times are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., as well as Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.
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Student-Minded Golf for Education Tournament on Sept. 24
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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WNC, greenUP! Set Free Auto Pollution Prevention Workshop and Trade Show
The free workshop and trade show is set for Friday, Oct. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the E.L. Cord Automotive Technology Center on the Carson City campus.
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