This video is a funny kick-off for Wytheville Community College's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), WCC4ME. WCC4ME is college-wide initiative targeting first year online learners. WCC4ME's main goals:
- Increase student...
Bill Dixon (left) receives an Honorary Associate Degree in Humane Letters from Dr. Charlie White.
William M. Dixon, Jr. of...Read Full Article
Wytheville Community College is sponsoring its free monthly Bluegrass and Old-Time Jamboree, this time featuring the VW Boys and the Wolfe Brothers on Saturday, May 16, from 7-9 p.m.
The Jamboree will be held in the William F. Snyder Auditorium on the WCC campus, located at 1000 East Main Street in Wytheville.
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Charlie White (left) presents the Improvement of Instruction Award to Tommy Arnold.
Tommy Arnold of Galax, an Associate Professor of Machine Technology at Wytheville Community College, is the recipient of the...Read Full Article
At left, Dr. Charlie White presents the Distinguished Service Award to Dr. Janice Pryor and at right he...Read Full Article
Wytheville Community College is offering a three-credit Appalachian Literature class (ENG 278-72) Tuesday evenings at 6 p.m. at the Crossroads Institute in Galax during the fall semester. The class begins on August 25.
Appalachian Literature will explore the rich heritage of the Appalachian region by studying its great authors, including...Read Full Article
Jane Blevins of Blacksburg is the recent recipient of Wytheville Community College’s 2015 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member of the Year Award.
WCC President Charlie White presented the award to Blevins at the college’s...Read Full Article
Wytheville Community College will celebrate the graduation of its Class of 2015 during two commencement exercises scheduled for Saturday, May 9.
Both commencement ceremonies will be held at the Wytheville Meeting Center adjoining the WCC campus.
Graduates of the college’s Health Professions programs will be recognized...Read Full Article
Pictured from left to right are Matthew Akers, Dan Peets, Lauren Smith, and Mark Teer. Not pictured is Jonathan Warren....Read Full Article
Wytheville Community College is offering an online course this summer entitled “Introduction to Appalachian Studies,” which can be used as a general education or humanities elective.
HUM 153-95 explores the Appalachian region from a cross-disciplinary perspective, with readings on Appalachia drawn primarily from the humanities. The...Read Full Article