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Wallace Community College Selma

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About Wallace Community College Selma

WCCS is fully accredited and widely regarded as one of the finest community colleges in the state and nation. WCCS is known for its academic rigor, outstanding technical training programs, superb faculty, comprehensive student services, community outreach, and excellent facilities.

If your educational goal is to attain a degree, prepare for transfer, get a new job or advance in your chosen career, WCCS is your college. WCCS is “Building Bridges to the Future” through innovative, flexible, and high-quality programs. As we continue to expand our mission and goals by meeting the needs of our students and the community, I am certain that the variety of academic programs and career-training we offer at WCCS will suit your goals and your passion.

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 All existing structures have been renovated and several new state-of-the arts buildings opened, including the Hank Sanders Technology Center, the Health Sciences Building and a One Stop Student Center which houses the division of student services (Offices of financial aid, admission and records, student support services, talent search and student organizations).  The building also includes a Barnes and Nobles Bookstore, a game room and TV room for entertainment, and quiet areas designed for study and relaxation.  Plans are being developed for a new technical center which would provide training for all technical programs under one roof. The college has been able to accomplish these goals with no long-term indebtedness.

The College serves a seven-county region representing the western part of the state; it encompasses many of the most economically challenged counties in Alabama known as the “Black Belt Area”. 

Selma is a city in and the county seat of Dallas County, in the Black Belt region of south central Alabama and extending to the west. Located on the banks of the Alabama River, the city has a population of 20,756 .

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Architecture, Building & Planning 1 Beauty and Personal Care 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Engineering 2 Health and Medicine 4

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