Natalie Saenz 2018 Graduate
Everyone was so welcoming. You walk in and people know you by name. Everywhere you go, there is always someone willing to help.
We’re in this journey with you. At WNCC, we’re committed to helping our students reach their educational and personal goals and offer a range of services to help them get there. So, are you unsure of what program of study you’d like to major in? Interested in exploring different career options or internship opportunities? Or just want to make sure your transition to a four-year institution goes smoothly?
We can help with all of that and more.
The Career Pathways & Advising department offers a full range of career planning, internship, and career employment services. The goal is to provide our students with comprehensive career services to help supplement their classroom experience, make wise vocational choices, and assist in their search for employment.
We understand you’re juggling a lot. Our hope is the Western Nebraska Child Development Center is one less thing off your plate. Our partnership with the United Way and Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) helped form Western Nebraska Child Development Center, located just north of the WNCC Scottsbluff Campus at 3118 17th Avenue. For more information, call 308.635.3231.
We’re here to help. We have professionally trained counselors on staff ready to provide the support you need. To set-up a free and confidential visit, please call 308.635.6050.
We work hard to ensure every student is afforded the same educational opportunities. Our Disability Services office is happy to assist in any number of requests, including auxiliary aids and services, modifications, and assistive technology. How we can help accommodate your educational journey?
We’re proud to have been named a Best for Vets college nine years running by Military Times magazine. Our Military and Veteran Services office is here to make sure our active military and veterans are receiving the attention and care they deserve while they earn their education.
Everybody has a seat at the table at WNCC. Our Multicultural and Inclusion Director organizes a variety of programs, events, and trainings to celebrate our diversity, equity, and inclusion. We love hearing from all our students and encourage them to let us know how we can make WNCC home.
Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker Services (SPiN)
The Single Parent Network (SPiN) consists of monthly networking, educational, and group meetings on the Scottsbluff Campus to help students deal with personal, academic, or career concerns. All students who are parents are welcome to attend these meetings. However, qualified members of SPiN may also be eligible to receive nominal financial assistance and access to free educational materials. For more information, or to receive an application, please contact SPiN Advisor Lane Helgerson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 308.635.6153.
College can be one of the most exciting chapters of life. It can also be one of the largest challenges, especially for first-generation college students. TRIO Student Support Services is here to help all first-generation students, as well as those with qualified academic needs to excel during their time at WNCC.
Everyone learns a little bit differently. We offer peer, group, and one-on-one tutoring so you can get the academic assistance you need, no matter your learning style.
Questions or concerns?
Norman Coley, Jr.
Dean of Students
Assistant Dean of Students