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NW-SCC announces community survey to aid future plans

Northwest-Shoals Community College is asking for input from the community to aid in planning for the future of the college.

The survey focuses on how NW-SCC can better serve the community and students through services, training and facilities. Officials said it should take individuals 5-10 minutes to complete.

When addressing the community on the college’s social media yesterday to request participation, NW-SCC President Dr. Glenda Colagross said, “Your feedback is important to us and will help NW-SCC prepare a plan to utilize our federal and state funding to best position the college to better serve the needs of our future students, community, and workforce. Try to imagine what you want Northwest-Shoals to look like in 2030”

To complete the survey, visit https://bit.ly/2BRQ5Jr. NW-SCC is asking for all surveys to be completed by June 30.

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