News & Announcements

Byrd thanks Wallace for start in law enforcement

February 26, 2021

Christopher Byrd, a police officer with the Enterprise Police Department, credits Wallace Community College for helping him get his start in law enforcement. Byrd graduated from Enterprise High School in 2007, and attended Wallace Community College-Dothan in 2010 before getting his first law enforcement job with the Elba Police Department in 2012. “Because of WallaceRead More

Turner receives President’s Award for work with Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy

February 17, 2021

Wallace Community College – Dothan Physical Therapist Assistant instructor Shannon Turner was awarded the 2020 Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) President’s Award for her role with the organization. The award was created by FSBPT’s first president, Scott Stephens, and is awarded to individuals who contributed extensive talent and time to the missionRead More

Gov’s Rodriguez named Player of the Week

February 13, 2021

The Alabama Community College Conference recently named Wallace Community College – Dothan Gov’s Baseball shortstop John Rodriguez player of the week. Rodriguez, a sophomore, said receiving the award was an honor. “When I found out I had received this honor, I felt blessed,” he said. “My teammates and coaches have been very helpful, and IRead More

Wallace provides student resources for spring semester

February 4, 2021

Wallace Community College is providing students with the best chance at succeeding this semester. While spring classes have already started, Late Start classes began on Monday, February 1, and 2nd Mini-Term begins March 8. “Wallace Community College is committed to our students’ success,” said Leslie Reeder, Dean of Instructional Affairs. “These resources will ensure our studentsRead More

Wallace Science Building Renamed for Watson Family

February 3, 2021

Dothan, Ala. – Every semester, the Science Building at Wallace Community College – Dothan (WCCD) is an essential destination for many students. During their time at the College, the majority of students will, in fact, pass through its halls, classrooms, and labs as a part of their academic programs. Following approval earlier this month byRead More

Horne learns new trade at Wallace after 31 years in industry

January 21, 2021

After working at Rembrandt Foods for more than 31 years, Shelia Horne found herself looking for her next adventure when the plant shut down. At 58 years old, she decided to try something different and enrolled at Wallace Community College – Eufaula. “I said ‘OK, I am not ready to go back to work rightRead More

Spring 2021 Late Start Term Classes

January 20, 2021

To view the schedule listings, click here. To register, visit here.

Wallace Community College to host Spring Registration Rally

January 6, 2021

Wallace Community College-Dothan and Eufaula will host three days of on-campus spring registration events January 7 through January 9.   The Spring Registration Rally sessions will give current and new students the opportunity to visit campus and receive application and registration assistance with Wallace admissions, financial aid, and business office teams. Student Success Coordinators alongRead More

Wallace Community College Announces Fall 2020 President’s and Dean’s Lists

January 6, 2021

Wallace Community College – Dothan recently announced the President’s and Dean’s lists for fall term 2020. Students awarded to the President’s list must have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours with a grade point average of 4.0. Eligibility for the Dean’s list is based on a GPA of 3.5 or higher, with a minimumRead More

Rogers finds her career path at Wallace

December 21, 2020

Courtney Rogers always had in interest in criminal justice, but it was not until she started the program at Wallace Community College – Dothan that she realized she would one day turn that interest in to a career. Rogers graduated from Houston County High School in 2008 before attending Wallace. She earned her associate inRead More