News & Announcements

Wallace Announces New Advising Center (QEP)

July 16, 2021

Wallace Community College announces a plan that will influence how students master their college career at the College. This fall, a new Advising Center on the Wallace Campus will open in Grimsley Hall – familiar to many students for registration, financial aid, and testing. The Sparks Campus Advising Center will be in the A Building.Read More

WCC-Dothan is grateful for support during the pandemic

July 7, 2021

As Wallace Community College-Dothan (WCCD) reflects on the last 14 months of life in the midst of a pandemic, we are grateful for and humbled by the truly incredible support of our communities. We are also looking forward to an exciting future highlighted by the academic and workforce successes of our students. Our future isRead More

Oppert Athletic Development Facility Opens

July 7, 2021

Wallace Community College-Dothan took the first steps in July 2020 to build the future of Wallace athletics – the Coach Johnny Oppert Athletic Development Facility.  On June 29, 2021, it became a reality. The facility is the first of its kind within the Alabama Community College Conference, making it a premier recruiting tool for theRead More

Wallace Announces Spring 2021 President’s and Dean’s Lists

May 25, 2021

WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANNOUNCES SPRING 2021 PRESIDENT’S AND DEAN’S LISTS Dothan, Ala.—Wallace Community College recently announced the President’s and Dean’s lists for spring term 2021. 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 aRead More

WEC/Wallace collaborate to make life better in the Wiregrass

April 19, 2021

Rural life in the 1930’s and 1940’s was hard for many families. Just look at old family photos, or ask anyone who experienced the hardscrabble chores that were necessary to put food on the table, clean clothes, pump water, or cook. The great equalizer between rural America and cities was electricity, and local electric cooperativesRead More

Bullock County Celebrates First Class of Certified Nursing Assistant Graduates

March 19, 2021

Wallace Community College – Dothan recently partnered with the Bullock County Development Authority (BCDA), Bullock County Career Technical Center (BCCTC), and Southern Springs Healthcare (SSH) to offer a new 6-week Certified Nursing Assistant program. Students began in February, and finished the class last week. Five students graduated from the first class held at the BCCTC.Read More

Henry finds love of Wallace through performing arts passion

March 18, 2021

Moriah Henry grew up loving to sing and perform. She can recall photos of herself from 2-years-old and up, singing away for crowds. “My whole family grew up in church, and my grandma would always take pictures of me singing in front of a whole bunch of people or playing piano,” Henry said. “When IRead More

Wallace Community College announces the Basic Maintenance Technician Pre-Apprenticeship course

March 9, 2021

The Alabama Office Apprenticeship (AOA) is continuing to meet the needs of job seekers and employers in Alabama through innovative apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs.  Together with Wallace Community College – Dothan, the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship will begin enrolling students in the state’s first Certified Pre-Apprenticeship Program – Basic Maintenance Technician –  on April 4th,Read More

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