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  • Happening this week at Wayne State College:

    Monday, Aug. 19 - Classes begin!
    Sunday, Aug. 25 - Elite Women's Basketball Camp

    Along with activities around campus, WSC also offers several exercise classes through the Rec Center, beginning in August. View classes and get registered by visiting www.wsc.edu/rec-center.

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  • The Student Financial Services Office in Hahn Administration Building, Room 104, WILL BE OPEN 2 to 5 p.m.Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019

    We are here to help with:

    - Parking permits

    - Financial aid questions

    - Student account questions

    - Student account payment

    Questions? Contact Student Financial Services at 402-375-7229 or sfs@wsc.edu

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  • We are so excited to have students back on campus! There were several student groups, athletic teams, and WSC staff helping freshmen move in to their residence halls today. After settling in, students and their families gathered in the Willow Bowl for a convocation ceremony to kick off the new year. We wish you the best for the 2019-20 school year!

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  • Welcome to the Wildcat Class of 2023! It's a great day to be a Wildcat!

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  • Wayne State Week of Welcome Ambassadors, President Marysz Rames, and Vice President of Student Affairs C.D. Douglas got down to the Git Up Challenge to prepare for the arrival of our new students today. Check it out!

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  • Johnwesley Muastwafie is a senior majoring in computer information systems (programmer/analyst) from Jalingo, Nigeria. He is an international student who transferred from a community college – and because of a scholarship, he pays in-state tuition.

    (The Nebraska Access Scholarship reduces non-resident tuition to resident rates. This is for any non-resident, full-time transfer student, if you meet the qualifications. It’s a great way to make Wayne State even more affordable!)

    Muastwafie says that he has always known that he wanted to study computer programming and enjoys his classwork at WSC.

    “The group projects in different classes for different cases is preparing me to work with teams in the real world when I graduate,” he says. “The hands-on experience in class is also very helpful.”

    Muastwafie says that he has many friends here and enjoys the opportunities where he can meet students from all different backgrounds.

    “I am involved with the Multicultural Club, and what I enjoy most about it is connecting with people from different parts of the world and sharing cultural differences and experience,” he says. “I am in the Soccer Club, and it gives me a break from studies and an opportunity to socialize for two to three hours a week.”

    Muastwafie says he plans to continue with graduate school here after graduation.

    Learn more about all of our computer information systems degree programs at www.wsc.edu/ctis.

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  • Happening this week at Wayne State College:

    Friday, Aug. 16 - Move-in day and convocation for freshmen and their families
    Friday, Aug. 16, through Sunday, Aug. 18 - Weekend of Welcome

    Visit www.wsc.edu/wow for this weekend's event details!

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  • Student Financial Services reports that anticipated financial aid for Fall 2019 will be applied to your student account beginning Aug. 27. Account balances for Fall 2019 are due Sept. 3. If your financial aid and scholarships are more than what you owe WSC, you will receive a refund from the Student Financial Services Office. Initial refunds for the fall semester will be available Friday, Sept. 6. You may elect to have your refund directly deposited into your bank account. This can be set up through WildcatsOnline account under the Student Account tab. You can also use your excess financial aid to purchase books and supplies at the WSC Bookstore Aug. 14-23. You should plan to have at least minimal resources of your own to use for payment of other expenses encountered before you receive your refund.

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  • Natalie Gasseling is a junior from Hemingford, Neb., studying biology in the pre-physician assistant program at Wayne State College. She is also in the Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP), which is designed to meet the medical care needs of Nebraska by training future health professionals who will return to rural parts of the state to care for its citizens.

    “I grew up in a rural community, and I want to do everything I can to give back to rural Nebraska,” says Gasseling. “This dream was a big reason I applied for the Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP). I also want to work in family practice. Family practice is amazing because you get to see something different every day, and you build strong relationships with your patients and the community.”

    The things she is learning in her classes, as well as the opportunities she has had at WSC, Gasseling says, will propel her into the future like no other school would.

    “I know that attending WSC will set me apart from other students applying to professional school,” she says. “The professors here are outstanding. I truly believe the difficulty of the courses will prepare me for the intensity of PA school. The small classes and labs allow for one-on-one interactions, which is hard to find.”

    Gasseling has been a member of and a mentor for the Wildcat Academy of Leadership and Knowledge, a living and learning experiential program that guides students through a variety of activities to develop their leadership skills and learn more about themselves and the world around them.

    “WALK has taught me many leadership skills,” she says. “I know what kind of leader I am and how to handle various situations when conflict occurs. Working in health care, teamwork is critical. WALK has taught me many team skills that will benefit my future through undergraduate and professional school, and working as a PA.”

    “I love that Wayne State helps you become the best version of yourself,” says Gasseling. “Attending school here has allowed me to grow and to develop skills that I will use for the rest of my life.”

    Learn more about the pre-physician assistant program at www.wsc.edu/pre-physician-assistant. Learn more about RHOP at www.wsc.edu/rhop.

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  • Happening this week at Wayne State College:

    Tuesday, Aug. 6 - Film and Discussion Night "Lost in Translation" (The College Center, South Sioux City)
    Thursday, Aug. 8 - Elite Men's Basketball Camp
    Friday, Aug. 9 - All-Star Baseball Camp

    Get all the details at www.wsc.edu/calendar.

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  • Cody Schnebel of Norfolk, Neb., transferred to Wayne State College to pursue his bachelor’s degree after finishing at Northeast Community College. He is now a senior music education major (K-12 vocal and instrumental music).

    “One of the many things that I really enjoy about Wayne State College is its size,” Schnebel says. “I hear many stories from my friends at universities and other colleges talking about how many students are on their campus and how hard it is to connect with people. Wayne provides an appropriate size while still allowing room for much diversity and a strong connection among teachers and students in all fields.”

    Schnebel says there is nothing he enjoys more than making music. After graduating from Wayne State with his music education degree, Schnebel plans to get a master’s degree in music and ultimately obtain a spot in a professional orchestra and travel the world. Wayne State helped Schnebel develop this passion as he gained experience through opportunities such as traveling abroad and serving as the secretary for the National Association for Music Educators group on campus.

    “In my two years here, Wayne State has truly helped me prepare for my future by providing me with many incredible opportunities that will help carry me in my future career,” he says. “I participate in multiple amazing music ensembles here that have allowed me the incredible opportunity to travel across the sea to tour around Europe making friends and memories that I will never forget.”

    Transferring to another school might be intimidating for anyone at first, but once here, it doesn’t take long for a student to find their place. Schnebel says the groups he has joined and the people he has met were the keys to finding his niche and sense of belonging here.

    “Being a transfer student, I was a little nervous about how quickly I would be able to connect with teachers and my peers once I started,” says Schnebel of his transition to WSC, “but shortly after becoming active in groups around campus and meeting with teachers, I soon realized that I had made the right choice.”

    Learn more about studying music at Wayne State College at www.wsc.edu/music. Learn how to transfer to WSC at www.wsc.edu/transfer.

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  • Happening this week at Wayne State College:

    Monday, July 29, through Thursday, Aug. 1 - Summer Music Camp

    For details on events at Wayne State College, please visit www.wsc.edu/calendar.

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  • Wayne State College is partnering with the University of Nebraska to create future agriculture professionals. WSC President Dr. Marysz Rames discussed this new partnership today at UNL Extension’s Haskell Agricultural Laboratory Science and Ag Family Field Day.

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  • Go Cats!

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  • Go Cats!

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  • This fall will mark one year of the Criminal Justice Crime Scene Investigation Facility being in operation. In the past year, criminal justice students have used the lab to learn and practice the crime scene investigative process. Other classes have used the house to practice collecting evidence and testing it for DNA. Wayne State has also held summer CSI camps for elementary through high school students to introduce them to investigation procedures.

    Chantelle Christensen, a senior criminal justice major from Stanton, Neb., is one of the WSC students who has benefitted from the house experience.

    “The CSI house is a fantastic addition to WSC and all CJ majors,” she said. “The CSI house gives students an opportunity to experience real-life situations that they will use in the field one day. In the house, I have helped solve staged murders. We took measurements of the crime scene, analyzed blood spatter, and collected evidence. With the guidance of professors, this creates a wonderful learning atmosphere that is very interactive and promotes hands-on learning that makes students eager to learn!”

    Christensen’s career goal is to work as a police officer and eventually become a K-9 officer. She said that the house activities have helped her think outside the box and are contributing to a successful future for her.

    “The CSI house has made me step up as a leader and really communicate with my classmates – teamwork is absolutely vital!” she said. “I will thrive in the field one day because of lessons and experiences that WSC and my professors have provided me with.”

    Wayne State offers several pathways for those who want to study criminal justice, including undergraduate and graduate programs, and traditional and online programs. Learn more about the criminal justice degree options at www.wsc.edu/cj. Wayne State has also recently added a forensic science degree program, which combines a major in criminal justice with a major in chemistry. Learn about this program at www.wsc.edu/forensic-science.

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  • On the calendar for this week:

    Tuesday, July 23 - Film and Discussion Night "Lady Bird" (at the College Center in South Sioux City)

    Get the details and see the full calendar of events at www.wsc.edu/calendar

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  • New graphics in Rice! Exciting! Go Cats!

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  • Congrats to Tamara for this national award!

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  • William Dyer is a senior who is originally from Wayne but now lives in Newman Grove, Neb. He is pursuing an industrial technology degree with two concentrations, construction management and drafting and design, and said he has dreamed of working in this field since he was young.

    “I grew up loving architecture and always told my mom I would one day build her a house,” he said. “Throughout my childhood I would draw out house plans, obviously very basic house plans, but I loved doing that and I knew designing and construction was what I was going to go into.”

    Dyer describes several things he has enjoyed at WSC, including relationships with professors, friends, and others, opportunities like intramurals and organizations related to his major, and the career fair, which connected him to a job with Hausmann Construction.

    “Coming to Wayne was the best decision I’ve made,” he said. “Looking back at my time here at Wayne State College, I really feel like I have gained the ability to be successful in life. I have gone through a lot of different things during my time here at Wayne, and it has really helped me become a better person and set me up for success in the future.”

    Learn more about the industrial technology major at www.wsc.edu/homepage/378/industrial_technology_degree. Learn about the construction management concentration at www.wsc.edu/construction-management and the drafting and design concentration at www.wsc.edu/drafting.

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