Wallace Community College, a comprehensive community college, seeks to provide accessible quality educational opportunities, promote economic growth, and enhance the quality of life of its constituents. We at Wallace Community College seek to address each student as an individual and to help him or her face the future equipped with the knowledge and skills to meet any goal. Our programs are readily adaptable to ensure that instruction is consistent with the expected standards and the ever-changing needs of business and industry.
In a world filled with frequent change, however, it is always comforting to know that some things remain constant-- like the Wallace commitment to our students and our many partners in the various industries of our service areas. That means this commitment extends to YOU!
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Welcome to Wallace Community College! We are happy that you are visiting our website. We hope that you find all of the information you need to enroll here at WCC.
In keeping with the philosophy that capabilities of each individual student should be developed, Wallace Community College admits all students who have the capability to benefit from institutional programs and courses. This open-door policy grants admission to first-time college students, transfer students, transient students, audit students, early admission students, dual enrollment-dual credit students, international students, and students seeking readmission. The Admissions and Records Office is the unit responsible for administering all admissions policies and procedures for general admission to the College.
The primary purpose of student financial assistance programs at Wallace Community College is to assist students with meeting the cost of their education. While all students are encouraged to apply, it is ultimately the responsibility of the student and his/her family to finance their education. Financial assistance is meant to supplement the amount you and your family contribute, not replace it. There are many sources of financial aid, including federal, state and local funds. The main types of assistance available to students are grants, scholarships
and work-study. Wallace Community College does not participate in any federal student loan program.
Whether you are just finishing high school, have previous college credit, are a working professional in need of more education, or are interested in exploring new career opportunities, WCC will help you achieve the academic preparation and attention you deserve.