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WNC celebrates its largest graduating class of more than 600 students.
Dr. Vincent Solis becomes WNC’s president.
The Board of Regents appoints P. Mark Ghan as acting president.
The Applied Industrial Technology training program, specifically advanced manufacturing, receives a boost with the construction of additional lab space.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval signs a bill at WNC that mandates that other high schools in the state must follow the college’s Jump Start College model and offer the dual-credit program to their students.
Under Nevada Promise, the college unveils plans to provide the cost of college for many students for the fall semester of 2018.
Soccer and rodeo debut as club sports.
WNC’s Applied Industrial Technology department launches the Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification, becoming the only college in the West to offer the training program.
Chet Burton takes over as the college’s president (previously served as the acting and interim president).
A Veterans Resource Center opens on the Fallon campus.