1 APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION & SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WHO WILL YOU BE?
2 We look forward to having you as a student at Wallace State. There are just a few steps that you need to complete in order to enroll in college level classes. This checklist will help to ensure your college experience begins as smoothly as possible. If you have any questions, please don t hesitate to ask. Help is just a phone call away. ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST: ADMISSIONS APPLICATION An admission application must be completed, signed and submitted to the Admissions Office. An application is included in this publication. Forms are also available in the Office of Admissions on the 1st floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center or may be completed online at our website: For more information please call the Admissions Office at 256/ or the Recruiting Office located on the 11th floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center at 256/ OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS Request a copy of your official transcripts from all high schools and colleges you have attended be sent to Wallace State Community College (WSCC) Admissions Office. If you have passed the GED examination, a copy of your certificate must be submitted to the Office of Admissions located on the 1st floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. For more information please call 256/ APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID The first step to apply for Financial Aid is to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and a WSCC Scholarship Application. A scholarship application is included in this publication. FAFSA information is available online at These forms are also available at local high schools and in the WSCC Office of Financial Aid located on the 1st floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. You are encouraged to apply for Financial Aid by May 1 if you plan to attend WSCC in the Fall Semester or by September 1 if you plan to attend WSCC the following Spring Semester. The application deadline for WSCC scholarships is February 15 for fall term scholarships. For more information please call 256/ or 256/ ATTEND LIONS PRIDE Lions Pride Orientation sessions are conducted on the 1st floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center on specified dates prior to the start of the semester. At the conclusion of Lions Pride, you will be given the opportunity to meet with an advisor and discuss your educational plan. As part of this process, you will be authorized to register in the Office of Admissions or online. Contact the ACTION Center at 256/ for more information. For online registration visit us on the web at TAKE THE COMPASS PLACEMENT TEST The purpose of COMPASS testing is to place you in the classes most appropriate to your academic ability. You will not be denied admission to WSCC based on your COMPASS scores; however, you may need to enroll in preparatory classes before taking other higher-level courses. If you received a 20 or higher ACT English score and/or a 20 or higher ACT Math score within the last two years, this test may not be necessary. Walkin test dates are conducted on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. For more information please contact 256/ or visit our ACTION Center located on the 8th floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT All students must complete the advisement process with their assigned academic advisor prior to registration for classes. You will need to bring your ACT scores or COMPASS placement scores with you. For more information please call 256/ or visit our ACTION Center located on the 8th floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION All entering freshmen are required to enroll in an orientation class designed to assist students in the transition to college (ORT101, ORT111, or ORT103). For more information please call 256/ , contact your listed advisor, or visit our ACTION Center located on the 8th floor of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. REGISTER FOR CLASSES After you have determined your class schedule with an advisor, you are ready to complete your registration. Tuition and fees are paid in the Cashier s Office located on the mezzanine level of the James C. Bailey Commerce Center. For more information, contact the Cashier s Office at 256/ PURCHASE BOOKS About a month before classes begin, your textbooks will be available for purchase in the WSCC Bookstore. Cash, checks, VISA and MasterCard are accepted. For additional information please contact the WSCC Bookstore by calling 256/ STUDENTS MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES TO CONFIRM ATTENDANCE.
3 WALLACE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. BOX 2000 HANCEVILLE AL APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Social Security Number: - - Driver s License Number: Name in Full: Name Preferred: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone Number: ( ) - Employer Name: Employer Address: Employer Phone Number: ( ) - City: State: Zip: Emergency Contact: Phone Number: ( ) - Student s Date of Birth: Birth Place: Have you attended any prior college? Y N Do you have a degree from a prior college? Y N If yes, list college(s), dates, and degree(s): Name of High School: Graduate? Y N Graduation Date: Type of Diploma: Advanced Occupational Did you pass the high school graduation exam? Y N Regular Certificate If not a high school graduate, do you have a GED? Y N Test location: Last high school grade completed: Test date: Race (for reporting purposes only): White (Non-Hispanic) Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Black American/Alaskan Indian Non-Resident Alien Other Citizenship: U.S. Citizen Resident Alien Exchange Student Foreign Student VISA Other VISA Are you an Alabama resident? Y N Sex M F Are you a veteran? Y N Program of study? What is your educational goal? Associate in Arts Associate in Science Associate in Applied Science Transfer Accelerated High School Dual Enrollment Professional/Self-Improvement Transient Audit (non-credit) Certificate For what term do you plan to enroll? Fall Spring Summer Year The Alabama Legislature passed ACT No , which requires eligible persons (males 18-26) to register for Selective Service in order to be enrolled. I certify that I comply with the provision of the U.S. Military Selective Service: Y N Are you on suspension or probation from any college or university previously attended? Y N If yes, please explain Have you taken courses at Wallace State College before Y N If yes, last year of attendance Has your mother or father graduated from a 4-year institution? Y N I hereby attest that the information given above is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that submission of false or misrepresented information subjects me to refusal for enrollment, to dismissal, or to suspension as a student at Wallace State. I do hereby release and absolve Wallace State and its instructors or agents of any liability that might occur as a result of accidental injury during my tenure as a student. I further agree to assume responsibility for payment of tuition and fees, where applicable, as adopted by the Alabama State Board of Education. Student Signature Date Entered in the computer by Date entered Wallace State Community College is an Equal Employment-Equal Education Opportunity Institution Accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
4 CERTIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY FOR IN-STATE AND OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENCY Student Name: SS#: - - Current Address: City: State: County: Zip: Please read the following statements and check the one statement that applies to you and sign the bottom of the page. I qualify as an in-state resident. I am currently considered an out-of-state student. I certify that I do not meet any requirements to be classified as an in-state student. An out-of-state student cannot attain resident status simply by attending school for twelve months in the State of Alabama. I have currently lived in the State of Alabama for less than 12 months. However, I certify that I possess more substantial connections with the State of Alabama than any other state. You are required to provide the following to the Admissions Office for certification before the in-state tuition rate is official. 1. Payment of Alabama state income taxes as a resident. 2. Ownership of a residence or rental property in the state. 3. Full-time employment in the state (self, spouse, or supporting person). 4. Voter registration and voting in the state. 5. Possession of state licenses (driver s license and state license plates). Other special circumstances will be considered on an individual basis. I understand that in order to be eligible for resident tuition rates, the burden of proof lies with me. Appropriate documentation is attached in support of my request for eligibility for resident tuition rates. I agree to notify the college if there are any changes in the information submitted with this form. Signature of Student Date WALLACE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 2000 Hanceville AL
5 WALLACE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Thank you for your interest in attending Wallace State Community College. To request information about programs of study or general information, contact the Office of Student Recruiting & Activities at 256/ or WSCC. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. Carefully read the requirements for the scholarship for which you are applying. Only completed scholarship applications with the required attached information will be considered. A WSCC application for admission, official transcripts, and a scholarship application must be on file at the college before a scholarship can be awarded. Presidential Scholarships are available to students majoring in an academic field of study at WSCC. Presidential Scholarships are based on a combination of the ACT composite score, the cumulative grade point average, and an essay. ACT plus grade point average must equal 30 (e.g., ACT 27 + GPA 3.0 = 30). The essay should be no more than 500 words and should be based on why you feel you are deserving of a scholarship and what you hope to accomplish as a result of receiving this scholarship. Honors Scholarships are available to students who are seeking an intellectually challenging and creative college experience. Through prescribed activities, including educational experiences, service learning, interaction with faculty members, and attendance at culturally enriching events, students are allowed an opportunity for academic diversity. This scholarship includes tuition, fees, and a book stipend. For more information contact LaDonna Allen at or Academic Excellence Scholarships are available to students majoring in an academic field of study at WSCC. Academic Excellence Scholarships are based on the ACT composite score, cumulative grade point average, an essay, and two letters of recommendation. ACT score plus grade point average must equal 27 (e.g., ACT 24 + GPA 3.0 = 27). The essay should be no more than 500 words and should be based on why you feel you are deserving of a scholarship and what you hope to accomplish as a result of receiving this scholarship. Leadership Scholarships are available to students majoring in an academic field of study at WSCC. Leadership scholarships are based on a combination of cumulative ACT composite score, cumulative grade point average, an essay, two letters of recommendation, and documentation of outstanding leadership and community service. ACT score plus grade point average must equal 24 (e.g., ACT 21 + GPA 3.0 = 24). The essay should be no more than 500 words and should be based on why you feel you are deserving of a scholarship and what you hope to accomplish as a result of receiving this scholarship. Performing Arts Scholarships are awarded through the audition process. Auditions are held during the spring semester. Contact the Music Department at 256/ for dates and application procedures. Allied Health, Nursing, and Health Linkage Scholarships are available to students majoring in health care programs at WSCC. These scholarships are based on the ACT composite score, cumulative grade point average (3.0 or better), involvement in clubs and organizations, and/or volunteer experience in a health-care environment. If your chosen field requires a minimum ACT score, your ACT score must be equal to or exceed the required minimum score. Health Linkage Scholarships are designated for students who have begun their allied health care studies at one of the established linkage sites. All Allied Health, Nursing, and Linkage Scholarship recipients must meet all admissions criteria for the chosen field of study. Scholarships will be voided if the student is not formally accepted into the chosen field of study. Career/Technical Scholarships are available to students majoring in a technical field of study at WSCC. Career/technical scholarships are based on technical achievement. If awarded a scholarship, you must take 75% of your classes in your major field of study. Additional academic classes may be taken toward an A.A.S. degree in the technical field. Presidential Scholarship $5,760 (64 credit hours) Honors Scholarship: $5,760 (64 credit hours) Academic Excellence Scholarship:.. $1,100 per semester Leadership Scholarship: $1,000 per semester Performing Arts Scholarship:..... award amount varies Allied Health, Nursing & Health Linkage Scholarship:..... award amount varies Career/Technical Scholarship:.... award amount varies
6 Name: Last First Middle Mailing Address: City: State: Zip: High School or GED: Date of Graduation: From the following four categories, mark the appropriate choice. 1. PRESIDENTIAL HONORS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE LEADERSHIP Proof of ACT score and a copy of your transcripts must be attached to the scholarship application for consideration. Please be sure to include all required documentation with your application. You must select one of the following majors. Business Administration Business Education Computer Science Criminal Justice Liberal Arts/AS/AA transfer Undecided SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION Management and Supervision Paralegal Sports Medicine Visual Communication Other 2. ALLIED HEALTH, NURSING, AND HEALTH-LINKAGE SCHOLARSHIPS Proof of ACT composite score, cumulative grade point average, and documentation of outstanding leadership, community service, and volunteer work in a health-related field must be attached. You must select one of the following majors. Child Development Human Services Clinical Laboratory Technician Medical Assistant Dental Assisting Nursing Dental Hygiene Occupational Therapy Assistant Diagnostic Imaging Pharmacy Technology Diagnostic Medical Sonography Physical Therapy Assistant Emergency Medical Service Polysomnographic Technology Health Care Information Respiratory Therapy 3. CAREER/TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIPS A copy of your transcripts and two letters of recommendation must be attached to the scholarship application for consideration. You must select one of the following majors. Agriculture/Horticulture Diesel Mechanics Auto Body Repair Drafting & Design Technology Auto Mechanics Electronic Technology Automotive Manufacturing Technology Heating & Air Conditioning Aviation Flight Technology Precision Machining/CNC Commercial Foods/Culinary Arts Upholstery/Interior Refinishing Cosmetology Welding Detach scholarship application and attach required information. Application deadline is February 15. The completed scholarship application should be mailed to the following address: Wallace State Community College Financial Aid Office P.O. Box 2000 Hanceville, AL Wallace State Community College is an Equal Employment- Equal Education Opportunity Institution Accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
7 General Information WSCC 256/ Admissions 256/ Athletics 256/ Bookstore 256/ Dual Enrollment/ Honors Program 256/ GIVE US A CALL! Financial Aid 256/ Health Linkage Program 256/ Housing 256/ Placement Testing 256/ Student Affairs 256/ Student Recruiting/Tours 256/ Apply Online! Scholarship Deadline February 15 Health Program Application Deadline June 15 (except for nursing) Associate Degree Nursing Application Deadlines Fall Semester, May 30 Spring Semester, September 1 Practical Nursing Application Deadline May WSCC 256/ HIGHLIGHTS: More than 50 programs of study in academic, health, and career/technical disciplines, and an unlimited number of transfer options One of the largest dual enrollment programs in Alabama Off-campus centers located at Hayden and J.B. Pennington high schools in Blount County, Meek High School in Winston County, and Brewer High School in Morgan County No. 12 in the nation in number of health care graduates 15-time winner of ACCC All-Sports trophy Only two-year aviation program in Alabama Museum collection worth more than $9 million Free Adult Education program University Center partnership with Athens State offers bachelor s degrees on campus Alabama Technology Network (ATN) Center for training in business and industry located on campus State-of-the-art learning environments ACTION Center provides student advising, testing, and career counseling services More than 7,000 students enroll each semester Outstanding job placement and licensure rates STARS articulation system guarantees transfer credit to Alabama public colleges and universities The WSCC campus is situated on approximately 200 acres in Hanceville, Alabama ACCREDITATION: Wallace State Community College (WSCC) is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA ; Phone number 404/ NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: It is the policy of the Alabama State Board of Education and Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under its control, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment.
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