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  • College to Host Constitution Day College to Host Constitution Day

    WSC’s American Government class will be hosting two events, Monday, September 18, to commemorate the signing of the United States Constitution September 17, 1787. ...

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  • WiL:Expo Returns to WSC WiL:Expo Returns to WSC

    For its fourth year, the Women in Leadership (WiL) Expo will again be providing a forum for local female community members to connect and develop professionally, September 28, 2017 at TrainND-Northwest....

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  • College Receives CPR/AED Training College Receives CPR/AED Training

    To help kick off in-service week, one third of WSC employees became CPR/AED certified by the American Heart Association on August 11. ...

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  • NDUS launches new initiatives to increase degree completion NDUS launches new initiatives to increase degree completion

    North Dakota University System (NDUS) launched the first of two initiatives last fall to increase degree completion in the state. The first initiative was to coordinate a system-wide effort to contact students who had previously enrolled at a NDUS two-year institution, completed a substantial number of credit hours, and had transferred to a four-year institution prior to completion of an associate degree....

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  • Second Annual Teton WOW Kicks off Sunday Second Annual Teton WOW Kicks off Sunday

    Implemented during Karissa Kjos’ first year as Student Life Coordinator, the Teton Week of Welcome (WOW) will begin its second installment on Sunday, August 20 and run until Sunday, August 27....

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  • Hockey Standout Goes D1 Hockey Standout Goes D1

    Teton hockey goalie, David Krejcik, has accepted an offer to play NCAA Division 1 hockey this fall at Niagara University in New York after graduating with honors from WSC with an Associates in Arts this May. ...

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  • State Funds Available for Dual-Credit Instruction State Funds Available for Dual-Credit Instruction

    Instructors of dual credit courses in North Dakota have just been given a financial incentive thanks to the state legislature. Following the authorization of a pilot program offering credit incentive to qualifying instructors earlier this year, funds have now been made available in the form of vouchers from North Dakota University System. These vouchers will be available for dual credit instructors and may be used toward graduate level classes at a public or private postsecondary institution....

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  • College Receives Director’s Award of Excellence for Massage Therapy Program College Receives Director’s Award of Excellence for Massage Therapy Program

    WSC’s Massage Therapy Program Director, Wendy McGinley, traveled to Bismarck, Monday, August 7 to accept the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education’s (NDDCTE) 2017 Director’s Award of Excellence in the Health and Sciences area for the college’s Massage Therapy program. ...

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  • WSC Massage Students Enjoy Success WSC Massage Students Enjoy Success

    Williston State College massage students have achieved a 100% pass rate on their May exam, surpassing the 2016 national average of 72%....

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  • WSC to Feature Njos Sculpture WSC to Feature Njos Sculpture

    This fall, Williston State College will be home to a new steel sculpture by local artist Dave Njos. ...

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