Located in Greeneville, TN
The WSCC Niswonger Campus (formerly Greeneville/Greene County Campus) serves as an extension of the main campus in Morristown offering both credit and non-credit courses to the citizens of Greeneville, Greene County and the ten-county area of upper East Tennessee. The campus allows students who are geographically remote from the main campus to take classes closer to their homes.
The college’s general education core classes are available at this campus, and it also provides several classes for certificate programs. The Niswonger Campus is home to the East Tennessee Regional Law Enforcement Academy which runs four 9-week programs annually. This campus also offers health profession degrees in the following areas: Respiratory Care, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Physical Therapy Assistant. Classrooms for Walters State’s Workforce Training division and Greeneville’s GED/HiSet program are also located here.
The building is equipped with twenty smart classroom, three video conference classrooms, a tutoring lab, and a state-of-the-art nursing simulation lab. In addition to its instructional space, the building also contains several areas for students to meet and study. There are an outdoor pergola and amphitheater as well as an indoor 202-seat lyceum at the campus. Several faculty and administrative offices are also part of this facility.
The facility was renamed the Niswonger Campus and dedicated on September 26, 2019.
Important information about our downtown Campus is listed below for your convenience.
Note: Do not park in spaces reserved for the Greene County Election Commission or the Red Cross.
Vending machines are located on the first floor in the dining area and on the second floor near the Allied Health offices. No food or drinks are allowed in the classrooms as a college wide policy. Vending is provided by the Blind Services and therefore, refunds for machine malfunctions should be processed by them. Please see the secretary of the campus for a refund form.
A student copier is located in the library on the second floor. Students must supply their own paper.
The library with a part-time librarian serves an open computer lab for research purposes and is open for student use during regularly scheduled operational hours of the college. In addition to the library computers, students have access to the computer labs when classes are not in session. Walters State's online library is available 24 hours a day and in addition students may access the academic resources at the Thomas J. Garland library located on the campus of Tusculum University.
221 N. College St.
Greeneville, TN 37745