Washington State Community College (WSCC) is a two-year community college nestled on 180 acres of rolling, wooded hills in Marietta, Ohio. Since 1971, WSCC has grown from four graduates in its first year to more than 10,000 alumni. With more than 2,300 students, the College offers a variety of educational opportunities, including both associate degrees and certificates, to students and members of the surrounding communities.
WSCC boasts one of the highest graduation rates among all 23 community colleges in Ohio. As a comprehensive college, WSCC is committed to the growth and vitality of the region. Through quality, affordable education and training opportunities, cultural activities, and community service, the College enriches the lives of its students and their families, inspiring people to reach their full potential.
The Health and Science department at WSCC has a tremendous reputation. Our steadfast commitment to our students has earned our nursing programs high rankings at both state and national levels. The primary elements we credit for our success are our dedicated faculty, strong student support initiatives, small class sizes, and integration of technology into the learning environment. We also credit the partnerships we maintain with our local healthcare facilities where our students get the necessary hands-on experience and training.
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