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Summer 2021 Plan

SUMMER & FALL 2021

Wallace State's Summer Plan is above, which reflects a return to normal operations.  The College has also released its Fall 2021 Schedule of Classes.

Key start dates include:

  • Classes for Summer Mini Term II begin July 6
    Classes for Fall Full Term and Mini Term I begin August 19
  • Classes for Fall Mini Term II begin October 13
  • Final exams will be held December 10-16

The College is offering traditional on-campus classes at both the Hanceville and Oneonta locations. Hybrid, online, mini-term, and flex start options are offered, as well as day, evening and weekend classes, dual enrollment, adult education, and workforce training opportunities. 

Wallace State is committed to student success, and has numerous supports available to help students succeed, including a free food pantry, success advisors, free mental health counseling, freetutoring, emergency financial assistance, the vast network of student services, and a faculty and staff ready to listen and eager to help. Please review our plans and resources for more detailed information.  Email us here if you have additional concerns. 

The College will continue to follow the latest health and safety guidelines by the CDC, Alabama Department of Public Health and Alabama Community College System. 

VACCINE INFORMATION

COVID-19 VaccineFinder - Immunization Saves Lives - vaccines.gov

Key Things to Know about COVID-19 Vaccines - CDC

HEERF PLANS

Wallace State Community College will be distributing at least $7 million to students in the coming year. Students who are enrolled and who qualify under the federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) will receive these additional funds during the semester(s) in which they are enrolled. The grant allocation will also include high school students taking classes at Wallace State through the Dual Enrollment Program. The majority of Wallace State students will be qualified for the award under federal guidelines. Payments will vary. Wallace State will use existing enrollment information to allocate funds, which will be automatically distributed to all qualified students. Students do not need to contact the college to request these funds.

FINANCIAL AID UPDATES

WHAT CHANGES DID THE PANDEMIC BRING?

Have you:

  • Lost a job?
  • Changed employment?
  • Lost income by other means?

You may qualify for new or additional financial aid funds. Use the link below to access the Income Adjustment Form for the current Academic Year. 
 

YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR SNAP BENEFITS!

Students who meet one of the two criteria outlined below may receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) (i.e. food stamp) benefits if they meet other eligibility criteria:

  • Zero Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) OR
  • Qualifies as a Federal Work Study (FWS) (by being enrolled at least half time and having unmet need left in the Cost of Attendance (COA). The student does not have to be employed as a FWS student as they did in the past.

COLLEGE & COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Faculty & Staff Resources

Student Resources

CARES Act Information

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COVID-19 RESOURCES

COVID-19 Facts

   
COVID-19 Facts (Video)
WHO Handwashing Technique (Video)

More information:

www.accs.edu/coronavirus
www.coronavirus.gov
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus
www.alabamapublichealth.gov
www.who.org

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