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NW-SCC to host Patriot Days on Phil Campbell, Shoals campuses

Northwest-Shoals Community College will host Patriot Day on the Shoals campus Oct. 20, and on the Phil Campbell campus Oct. 26, beginning at 10 a.m. and ending at 6 p.m.

Each Patriot Day will offer new, current and potential NW-SCC students an opportunity to tour the campus as well as get admission application assistance and financial aid assistance. Students will also have the opportunity to ask questions and the chance to register for the spring semester.

Students who attend will eligible for giveaways, and the college will have vendors and food trucks available.

According to NW-SCC assistant dean of student services Dr. Crystal Reed, the college is offering Patriot Days as a convenience for students.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to welcome prospective and returning students to campus for a fun event and help them get ready for the spring,” said Reed. “We want to help with any part of the process that is difficult for them and show what an amazing college experience they can have at Northwest-Shoals.”

All prospective and current students are encouraged to take advantage of Patriot Days by signing up for a time at www.nwscc.edu/patriot-days. The Shoals campus event will take place in building 127, and the Phil Campbell campus event will take place in building 301.

NW-SCC spring semester classes begin Jan. 13. For more information, contact Carl Collins, director of enrollment management, at carl.collins@nwscc.edu or visit nwscc.edu.

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