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Adult Learner Open House March 3, 4-7 PM. Morristown Library.
Shamrock Shuffle Walters State 5K. 8 AM, Sat. March 7, 2020. $30 pre-registration. $40 per entry day of event. Nine age gropus Under 9 to 60 plus. Free dri-fit shirt with pre-registration. Register Now! USA Track and Field Association Certified.
Student Spotlight: Rondel Henry. Physical Therapist Assistant.
Adventurers Indoor Rock Climbing Febrauary 25.
No Job? No Problem. We can help! Career Advising.
An evening with Con Hunley in Concert February 22, 2020 6:30 PM. Walters State Morristown Campus R. Jack Fishman Library.
Winter Horse Series presented by WSCC AG Club. Jan 23 - March 21.
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This Week at Walters State
February 17, 2020

Here's what's happening this week!

Noncredit Classes Include Welding, OSHA, Excel
February 19, 2020

These classes, offered by the Division of Workforce Training, can improve your career skills with no longterm commitment.

Celebrate President's Day with Professor's Book
February 14, 2020

Dr. Timothy Holder studies our country's leaders. His latest book is "Devotions with the Presidents."

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Art & Culture

Come see the amazing ZuZu Acrobats
February 21, 2020

The ZuZu Acrobats will perform and share the culture of Kenya at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 28 in the " Z" Buda Gym on the Morristown Campus. The performance is open everyone at no charge.

Debate Team, Individual Speakers Win at Tourney
February 17, 2020

The Walters State Debate Team made it to the finals and three individuals won speaking awards at the Third Annual Tennessee Valley Invitation Debate Tournament.

Hartman Subject of Catron Art Gallery Exhibit
February 3, 2020

The work of Heather Hartman is featured this semester in the Catron Art Gallery. Hartman will deliver an artist's talk at 10:15 a.m. on Feb. 11 in the theatre of the Judge William H. Inman Humanities Complex.

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