Open entry (self-paced) and short-term courses provide students with additional options and modalities to receive their instruction well after the semester started back in late January.

But to take advantage of these opportunities students must register by March 28 for short-term courses and April 1 for open entry classes.

For a full list of classes and course descriptions, go to wnc.edu/class-schedule/. To arrange an appointment with Counseling Services, phone 775-445-3267 or email counseling@wnc.edu.

Students new to WNC can apply for admission and take care of other pre-registration requirements at www.wnc.edu/starthere/. For more information, phone 775-445-3277.

 

Student News
Congratulations to 2021-22 Student Employee of the Year Nominees
Angelica Ramirez, April (Elena) Reyes and Lesly Sanchez have been nominated for Student Employee of the Year. The winner will be announced on April 11.
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Dual Enrollment Student Considered for U.S. Presidential Scholar Honor
Carson High School senior Elias Palumbo has taken several dual-credit classes at WNC as part of the college’s dual enrollment program.
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Plan Early for 2022 Summer, Fall Classes
Registration for summer and fall classes begins April 4 for continuing and returning students, while new students can register for summer and fall classes starting April 11.
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Life Doesn't Get in Way of Regents' Scholar's Success
Second-year WNC nursing student Ki'Hana Garcia has been selected to receive the 2022 Sam Lieberman Regents’ Scholar Award.
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Scholarship Deadline Nears
Current and prospective WNC students have until April 1 to apply for scholarship funding available for the 2022-23 academic year.
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Drive-Through Grad Ceremonies Scheduled for May
The celebratory ceremonies are set for May 23 and 24 on the Carson City campus and May 26 on the Fallon campus.
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Good News
Regents Appoint Dr. Dalpe to Interim President
Dr. J. Kyle Dalpe is the ninth president at Western Nevada College. He succeeds Dr. Vincent Solis.
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Tenure Awarded to 3 WNC Professors
Faculty members Timothy Mayo, Martin Schmidt and Rachel Stiff reached a teaching pinnacle upon receiving tenure from the NSHE Board of Regents.
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WINN Provides $400K Grant to WNC to Expand CDL Program
With a commercial driving shortage in Nevada and nationally, Western is helping address this important workforce development need.
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Visiting Angels Nursing Excellence Scholarship Creator Enjoys Meeting Recipient
In meeting Tina Holland, Laina Aquino, a second-year nursing student, learned that her scholarship donor also went to nursing school and faced similar challenges.
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Reno Couple Starts Workforce Scholarship at WNC
Ron Turek and Ann Carlson's positive experiences with higher education and its life-altering possibilities convinced them that a college education is indispensable.
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Fire Department Donates Engine to Support New Fire Science Program
The engine will help fire science students better understand the engine's utility and supplement WNC's established EMS program.
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Professor Bevans Receives Regents’ Teaching Award
Dr. Rebecca Bevans became a full-time WNC faculty member in 2017 and has been teaching at the college since 2007.
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WNC Welcomes Sandy Foley to Foundation Board
Foley is a retired Carson City School District teacher and librarian who embraces the opportunity to join other leaders and ambassadors in the region to help provide students the best experience at WNC.
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Dr. Herring Selected as NASA Airborne Astronomy Ambassador
The WNC physics professor and Jack C. Davis Observatory director is among 24 teachers from 13 states who have been selected for this honor.
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On Campus
Lahontan Audubon Society Assists Students in Birds of Great Basin Project
Students gained a better understanding of the Avian Taxonomy of the Birds of The Great Basin from information from field guides and mounted specimens on loan from the LAS.
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Spring Topic Series Resumes in April with 3 Free Presentations
Scheduled topics include the “Fallon City Government” on April 8, “Wisdom Along the Way” on April 15 and “CONNECT with Health Literacy: Healthy Habit Building” on April 22.
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WNC Now Offers Crisis Advocate Services on Campus
Gwyndelyn Thompson of Crisis Support Services will provide confidential support for students, staff and faculty members who have experienced sexual assault, harassment, domestic violence, trafficking, etc.
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Shipley Leads Way for WNC Employees Celebrating March Anniversaries
Joining John Shipley with more than 10 years of NSHE service in March are Rico Lutao (14), Coral Lopez (12) and John Dodge (12).
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WNC Commercial Driving Graduate Turns His Passion into Career
WNC's flexible 4-week CDL training program provided Jacob Reeves with a career driving big rigs — an interest that formed when he was a youngster.
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Important Dates
ASWN Awards and Appreciation Event on April 28
The Associated Students of Western Nevada will recognize outstanding students, faculty and staff during its annual Awards and Appreciation Ceremony on April 28 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in Carson Nugget Hall.
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Register Now for Engaging Driver’s Ed Course April 11-15
This course meets NAC 389.568 requirements for 30 hours of classroom driver education training for students under the age of 18.
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WNMTC to Show 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' in May
All performances are on weekends from May 6-15 at the Carson City Community Center, located at 851 E. William St., in Carson City.
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