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WVC Baseball
Jun 14th, 2022
Baseball Team Finishes in Final Four at National Tournament
The Wabash Valley College Men's Baseball Team recently fought their way to the semi-finals of the JUCO World Series. After a stellar season filled with all-star players who were ranked in the top 5 nationally in several categories (see below), the Warriors made it to the national tournament. There were several rounds of nail-biting games, but the Warriors managed to claw their way to the Final Four before falling just short of the Championship in their game with Central Arizona College.
Lunar Eclipse
May 12th, 2022
Upcoming May 15th Total Lunar Eclipse Dubbed "Prime-time Totality"
During the night of May 15-16, Mount Carmel and the surrounding region will experience a total lunar eclipse. The event is described as a “prime-time totality” by timeanddate [sic].
PTA TEAS Schedule
May 10th, 2022
TEAS Test Dates Added
More test dates have been added for TEAS testing (Allied Health). Did you hear about the discounted tuition? Students beginning the program will earn anywhere from 50-100% off tuition.   For those interested in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at WVC, the location of testing is Wabash Valley College, 2200 College Dr. Mt. Carmel, IL 62863 Bauer Media Center (Library) Room 17. The dates and times for testing are as follows: May 16th: 8:00 AM May 23rd: 8:00 AM June 13th: 12:00 NOON
Women Scene
Apr 12th, 2022
Wabash Arts Council Puts on Musical
All Kinds of People, based on the optimism and musicals written by Oscar Hammerstein II, ran on Thursday, March 31st, Friday, April 1st and Sunday, April 3rd. Twenty-four cast members as young as three-years-old and as old as 80-years-old sang about the importance of loving people no matter their differences.
Cadaver Viewing
Mar 22nd, 2022
Health Careers/Cadaver Presentation
Friday, March 18th, Wabash Valley College was pleased to once again host Wabash General Hospital at the WVC campus for one of our largest and most successful cadaver events yet. Our resident Nursing and PTA faculty were able to meet with over 200 students during the day to discuss options in education, career, and requirements thereof. There were more than 50 health care workers in attendance, including:
Logo of Wabash Valley College
Nov 18th, 2021
WVC physics professor explains partial lunar eclipse
Tonight, Mount Carmel and the surrounding region will experience a partial lunar eclipse, one of the two to cover our region this year. The peak of the eclipse will take place at 3 a.m., but Wabash Valley College’s physics professor Andy King explained that the action starts taking place much sooner. “While the eclipse technically begins at midnight, the visible action really starts at about 1:15 a.m.
TRIO SSS students in DC
Sep 15th, 2021
WVC TRIO Student Support Services Students Reflect on 9/11
On Sept. 11, 2021, Tayna Smith, the Academic Counselor for the WVC TRIO Student Support Services program, noted several reflections on her students’ recent visit to the nation’s capital. As part of the trip in July, the group, along with the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges TRIO Student Support Services, went to the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial. It was a sobering experience. One of the first students who posted was Katelyn Wagner, a Peer Mentor of the TRIO SSS program at Wabash Valley College.