WCC Alumnus Reports on Native American Health for Pulitzer Fellowship

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting has continued to offer opportunities for aspiring journalists to hone their craft and report from the field. The Center […]

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Excelsior Scholarship Program Gives Financial Means to Graduate With Strings Attached

The Excelsior Scholarship, the financial aid program aimed to provide tuition-free college to residents of New York is off to a slow, but steady start. […]

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Vision and Values Summit Held, Narrowing in on What WCC Stands For

It has been said that actions speak louder than words, but sometimes it takes the right words to enact actions. The Vision and Values Committee […]

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Academic Support Center Devoted to Student Success

The Academic Support Center (ASC), is a designated area of Valhalla and the extension cites at Cross County, Mount Vernon and Peekskill that devote a […]

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Facebook Controversy Unlikely to be the Death Knell for Social Media Giant

Facebook is facing tough times ahead as users are dropping the popular social networking site after its data scandal raised ethical questions on user privacy. […]

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NAMI suicide prevention Walk

NAMI on Campus, GLOW, The Personal Counselling Department, and Student Involvement will be hosting the 3rd annual WCC suicide prevention walk on April 28 at […]

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Gilman Scholarship Offers Study Abroad Opportunity for Low Income Students

Are you looking for a life-changing experience, a real challenge or even just something on your resume that will make you stand out to universities […]

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Academic Support Center Extends Hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays

WCC offers opportunities and assistance to its students in ways that make even top four-year universities appear lacking, and now the college has extended its […]

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