Western Nevada College is providing individuals with another opportunity to take classes during fall semester with its short-term options.

Applied Industrial Technology (AIT 101 and 155), American Sign Language, Business Administration and Management, Computer Information Technology, Counseling, Drafting, Communication, Education, Political Science courses, and more are being offered starting in late October.

Many of the classes are offered online, but several are in person. They are worth full credit and will span approximately eight weeks.

Check out the class options at wnc.edu/class-schedule/.

 

Student News
High School Seniors Eligible for Early Bird Scholarship
Apply starting Oct. 1 for the Dick Campagni Scholarship for High School Seniors. Current and other prospective students can also apply early for Foundation scholarships.
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Photo Gallery: Welcome Back Week Delivers
Students took part in a variety of activities during Welcome Back Week on Sept. 13-17. Check out photos from those events.
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Graphic Design Students Create ‘Graphics Extraordinaire 2021’ for the Brick
Eight students from Jayna Conkey's graphic design classes created posters highlighting popular typefaces and their history, leading to a current exhibit presented by the Capital City Arts Initiative.
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Emergency Broadband Discounts Available to Qualifying Students and Families
This benefit provides eligible households with up to a $50 discount o­n their monthly internet bill and a onetime reimbursement for an approved technology purchase during the health pandemic.
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Important Information about Student Vaccination Requirements for Spring Semester
Students taking classes in person in the spring will be required to be vaccinated; those taking classes virtually will not need to be vaccinated. Exemptions can be filed for documented medical conditions or religious beliefs.
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Free Vaccine Clinic Set for Oct. 15
This clinic, which is open from 2 to 4 p.m., will also provide the flu vaccine.
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Mother of 3 Pursues Education Goals, Serves as Role Model for Children
The 2020 WNC grad is now working on her Organization and Project Management bachelor’s degree while raising three children.
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Apply for Nevada Promise Scholarship by Oct. 31
Nevada high school students graduating in spring 2022 can apply or learn more about the scholarship at wnc.edu/promise/.
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Fall Graduation Deadline Nov. 1
Fall graduates are invited to participate in commencement ceremonies scheduled in May.
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On Campus
Dr. Robert Morin To Be Sorely Missed
Political Science Professor Dr. Robert Morin lost his battle with his illness and passed away on Aug. 29.
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Students Benefit from Foundation Store Purchases
Shop from an expanded inventory of WNC apparel and special items by ordering online or calling/emailing the Foundation Office.
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Colorful Photos Adorn Bristlecone Art Galleries
Marie Nygren, Dennis Doyle and Kristen Kabrin are sharing their exceptional photography this month in the Bristlecone Atrium and Hallway galleries.
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Contribute to Many Faces of Native America Art Show
Indigenous students, staff and alumni of WNC can submit artwork representing themselves from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 1-3 in Reynolds Building 113A.
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Late Developer’s Involvement at WNC Recalled
Carson City developer, philanthropist and car collector Garth Richards donated $25,000 to WNC's Auto Mechanics program in 2017.
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Nevada National Guard Families Granted Fee Waiver
Assembly Bill 156 expanded the fee waiver for active duty members of the Nevada National Guard by allowing such members to transfer existing registration and laboratory fee waivers to a spouse or child during a period of reenlistment.
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Congratulations to Employees Celebrating September Anniversaries
Thirty-five employees are being recognized for their NSHE anniversaries this month, including five with 20 or more years of service.
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NSHE Mourns Passing of Former Regent Jim Bilbray
The Nevada System of Higher Education and its institutions are saddened by the loss of Jim Bilbray, who served as a regent from 1968-72.
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Good News
Foundation Wraps Up Successful Golf Tournament
Raising money for student scholarships attracted many players, businesses and sponsors to the Golf for Education tournament on Sept. 24. And thanks to the many volunteers who made the event memorable!
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Vote for WNC Instructors in Best of Fallon 2021
A Best Instructor category is part of the Best of Fallon 2021 contest. Voting ends Oct. 3.
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‘Always Lost’ Returns: TMCC, Hawthorne VFW Post to Display Exhibit
The public can view “Always Lost: A Meditation on War” for the first time since 2016. It is dedicated to U.S. military service members from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who gave their lives and to those who made it home.
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What's Next?
Make A Difference by Participating in Blood Drive
Vitalant is presenting a Blood Drive at WNC on Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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‘Lockdown’ Exhibition Spotlights Creativity from COVID-19 Crisis
“Lockdown,” which includes art by Paula Chung, Nancy Raven and Ted Rips, will be shown from Oct. 5 through Dec. 22 in the Main Gallery.
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JCDO to Host Thomas Talks on Titanic, NASA
Mark Oct. 15 and Oct. 16 on your calendar for free history and astronomy presentations at Jack C. Davis Observatory.
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Free Pollution Prevention Workshop & Trade Show for Auto Repair, Auto Body Shops Oct. 22
Western Nevada College and greenUP! are presenting a free workshop for auto repair and auto body shops on Friday, Oct. 22 in the E.L. Cord Automotive Technology Center.
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Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Nov. 4 and 5
An altar display contest, sugar skull face painting, food and games are all part of the Day of the Dead festivities.
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