Somerset County students on fall Dean’s List at Wor-Wic Community College

SALISBURY — A total of 508 Wor-Wic Community College students have been recognized for superior performance by being named to the Dean’s List for the recently-completed fall semester.   Somerset County students who maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or higher while taking six or more credit hours during the fall semester include:   […]

Wor-Wic offers summer courses for gifted and talented students

SALISBURY – Parents of gifted and talented children entering the third through ninth grades in the fall of 2018 can register their children for Summer Scholars courses being offered at Wor-Wic Community College this summer.   New courses being offered include “Circuitry & Soldering,” “Envirothon,” “Imagination Investigation,” “Mixing of Minds – Science in Art,” “Discovering […]

Wor-Wic plans college night on Nov. 15

SALISBURY — The sixth annual Tri-County College/Career Pathways to Success Night will be held at Wor-Wic Community College during American Education Week, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15.   It will be held in the Fulton-Owen Hall on campus. This event for high school students from the Lower Shore, and their families, provides the […]

Wor-Wic announces latest graduates and certificate recipients

SALISBURY — The following students recently completed their program requirements to graduate with a certificate (CT), associate of applied science (AAS), associate of arts in teaching (AAT), associate of science (AS) or associate of arts (AA) degree from Wor-Wic Community College this past summer.   SOMERSET COUNTY   Crisfield: Elizabeth Ann Crockett, AS, Nursing; Jamie Lynn […]

Wor-Wic offers summer courses for gifted and talented students

Parents of gifted and talented children entering the third through ninth grades in the fall of 2015 can register their children for Summer Scholars courses being offered at Wor-Wic Community College this summer.

New courses being offered include “3-D Printing,” “Curtain Call,” “Eyes to the Sky,” “Geek Squad II,” “I Like to Move It! — Musculoskeletal Madness,” “Rockets and Robots,” “Scratch That!,” “Star Wars Science” and “Wild About Animals.” Other courses focus on art, chemistry, computer repair, cooking, geocaching, Google Earth, nursing, the science of special effects, stop motion video, veterinary science, virtual travel and weather.

“Each year, we get such positive feedback from the students and their parents,” said Jill Heathfield, director of continuing education and workforce development at Wor-Wic. “The kids
tell us how great their experience was and the parents thank us for combatting summer brain
drain.”