|Campus setting||Information not available|
|Living cost||Information not available|
|Student population||Information not available|
|International students||Information not available|
About Wallace State Community College
All experiences received by the individual student have a direct effect on the student’s total educational development. Student activities and organizations offered by the College present opportunities for students to participate in additional experiences not otherwise provided in the regular academic curriculum. All College-sponsored activities are considered important adjuncts to the educational programs since they encourage each student to become personally involved in both self- and group-directed events which are meaningful and enriching to the educational development of each student.
All student activities and organizations are non-discriminatory in terms of membership and are in full compliance with all requirements imposed by Title VI, Title IX, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended.
All extracurricular activities except athletics are under the direct control of the College.
The United States is a top destination for many international students given that it's considered to be one of the most affordable cities to live in.
Living on campus has many advantages. Wallace State’s residence halls provide an environment conducive to academic achievement and are conveniently located within walking distance to classrooms, the library, and other campus facilities. Residents often find that living in a dorm is a great way to become involved in student activities and make new friends.
Wallace State offers both men’s and women’s dormitories. The rooms are large and designed for double-occupancy, but a limited number of single rooms are available. Most rooms have two double beds, two study areas with storage units, a large walk-in closet and a private bath. Multiple laundry facilities are located in each residence hall with coin-operated washers and dryers.
Telephone and cable outlets are provided in each room.
Our residence halls also provide community kitchen facilities. In addition, residents are allowed to have refrigerators and microwave ovens in their rooms. The WSCC cafeteria serves lunch Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The Student Center Grill also serves meals Monday through Friday, and has pool tables, recreation and meeting areas for students. A variety of restaurants are located adjacent to campus.
Courses available 10Automotive Technology 1 Business and Management 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 2 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Law 1
Be the first one!