Technical & Academic Support

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Help Desk

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), click here.

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Accessibility Services

                            Accessibility Services website

If you need accommodation, contact our ADA Coordinator Ms. Octiavia Mason at (334) 876-9277 or octiavia.mason@wccs.edu. You can also request accommodation by clicking here.
  

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    Student Success Coaches

    The Mission of Wallace Community College Selma Student Success Coaching program is to partner and collaborate with students assisting them in all aspects of the student’s life tasks: academic, personal, social, and career. For more information, call (334) 876-9393. You can also schedule an appointment online at RegisterBlast

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    Online Tutoring
    Bartleby & Brainfuse

    These resources provide free online tutoring and writing tools. Experts are available via chat 24/7. To access these resources, go to the menu section of your course.

     

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    Library Resources

    The mission of our College Library/Learning Resource Center is to provide modern, high-quality, interactive library services which will be coordinated and integrated into the general instruction program of the college. For more information about our library resources, click here

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    Student Suppport Services

                            Student Support Services website
                (Tutoring, Advising, and Transfer Assistance)

    The Student Support Services program offers a variety of services including personal and career counseling, academic advising, transfer assistance, professional and peer tutoring, life skills workshops, and cultural enrichment. For more information, call Karen Brown at (334) 876-9262 or karen.brown@wccs.edu.  You can also schedule an appointment online at RegisterBlast

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      Academic Advising

                                   Academic Advising website

      Academic Advising at Wallace Community College Selma is an integral part of the instructional and student development divisions and serves two primary purposes: (1) to assist students with course selection for their curricular studies, and (2) to aid with scholastic and school-related problems encountered in reaching their academic goals. To schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor to register for classes, click here

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        Veterans Benefits

        Wallace Community College Selma welcomes veterans, national guard/reservists, and dependents/survivors who are eligible for VA education benefits. Veterans and their dependents may complete their application for Federal benefits online using  www.vets.gov or
         www.ebenefits.va.gov. To find out more about eligibility requirements, please contact Veterans Affairs Regional Office (VARO) at 1-888-442-4551. For more information, contact Jennifer Reynolds at (334) 876-9235 or jennifer.reynolds@wccs.edu. You can also schedule an appointment at RegisterBlast.

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        Financial Aid

                                             Financial Aid website

        If you have a question about financial aid, below is the financial aid office contact information.
        Phone:  (334) 876-9296  
        Email: financial.aid@wccs.edu 
        Establish an appointment online by going to RegisterBlast.

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        General Catalog and Student Handbook

                               Catalog and Student Handbook

        This Catalog is the official announcement of the programs, requirements, student grievance procedures, and regulations of the College. Students enrolling in classes at Wallace Community College Selma are subject to the provisions as stated.  

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          Patriots Backpack & Bookstore

          (Books/Access Code)

                                         Patriots Backpack website

          Patriots Backpack is a course material model that lowers the cost of materials for students and ensures access to all required course materials on or before the first day of class. Through the program, physical books will be conveniently packaged and provided to students on a rental basis, and digital materials will be delivered directly within Canvas. Costs will be applied as a course charge of $24 per credit hour to the student account. At the end of the term, students will receive email reminders to return their physical course materials to the bookstore. 

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            AlabamaTransfer

            (formerly STARS)

                                           AlabamaTransfer website

            If you are planning to transfer to a four-year university, do not forget to complete a transfer agreement through the Alabama Transfer website. The STARS system allows public two-year students in Alabama to obtain a transfer guide/agreement for the major of their choice. This guide/agreement, if used correctly, guides the student through their first two years of coursework and prevents loss of credit hours upon transfer to the appropriate public four-year university in Alabama. To start, click here.  

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              Title IX

                                                           Title IX website

              The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces, among other statutes, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that:

              No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. For information concerning Title IX, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Letti Hasberry, at (334) 876-9236 or letti.hasberry@wccs.edu

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                English Language Acquisition

                 (formerly referred to as ESL)

                   The  WCCS' Adult Education Program can assist individuals of limited English proficiency to achieve competence in the English language. Instruction is geared to adults who want to become more fluent in English. Currently,  the program has an instructor who is able to provide free one-on-one tutoring for students with limited English language skills. Beginning in February, the program will offer an English Language Acquisition class. For more information, contact Curtis Bell at
                  (334) 876-9325 or curtis.bell@wccs.edu or click here.

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