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    WC Student Support Services receives $1.2 million grant


    Weatherford College has received an additional $1.2 in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Student Support Services program. The funds will be distributed in the amount of $247,583 per year for five years. Through a grant...


    WC receives grant to train PECOFacet employees


    The Texas Workforce Commission has awarded a $613,936 Skills Development Fund grant to Weatherford College to provide 292 current PECOFacet employees and 61 new hires with job skills training during the next 18 months. Training will be held both at...

  • Annual WC Foundation Golf Tournament

    Annual WC Foundation Golf Tournament set for Oct. 15


    The 15th annual Weatherford College Foundation Golf Tournament is set for Thursday, Oct. 15, at Canyon West Golf Club. Tournament registration and lunch begin at noon, followed by a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $85 per person or $325...

  • Honor student secures future with small business.

    Honor student secures future with small business


    Weatherford College Phi Theta Kappa Vice President Weston Decker is no stranger to hard work. At the youthful age of 20, Decker’s resume includes fiber optic technician, HVAC installer, ranch hand and snow cone stand owner. Decker, a Peaster High...


    WC Board approves 2015 tax rate, budget


    The Weatherford College Board of Trustees approved the 2015-16 budget and tax rate during a special called meeting Thursday afternoon. Standing at $56.4 million, no changes were made to the budget by college administration since early August. A full...

  • Upward Bound leaves lasting impression on students.

    Upward Bound leaves lasting impression on students


    Approximately 50 local high school students with a thirst for knowledge partici- pated in this summer’s Upward Bound program at Weatherford College. These teens are potential first-generation college students from lower income families selected from...

  • Mr. D rolls in as the newest member of the WCPD.

    Mr. D rolls in as the newest member of the WCPD


    He’s not stealthy quiet or small enough to go unnoticed, but the newest member of the Weatherford College Police Department’s job is to sleuth out information during the direst of situations. Mr. D is a MARCbot IV previously used in Iraq to inspect...


    WC Board discusses Wise County campus forecasted budget shortfall


      The Weatherford College Board of Trustees discussed the proposed 2015-16 budget Thursday afternoon including a recurring issue with the WC Wise County campus. In  2008, Wise County voters approved a Branch Campus Maintenance Tax  (...

  • Will Douglas - Lone Star Guitar Festival.

    Inaugural Lone Star Guitar Festival attracts Renowned Competitors


    Last month’s Lone Star Guitar Festival at Weatherford College far exceeded the expectations of event organizer Will Douglas. Douglas, an adjunct guitar instructor for WC, developed the festival after seeing the success of a similar format for...


    WC board to hold public hearings on tax rate


      Members of the Weatherford College Board of Trustees proposed lowering the 2015 property tax rate to 11.364 cents per $100 of valuation at their Thursday meeting.   On July 24, WC received a notice that Chief Appraiser Larry Hammonds...