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Meet our Scholars: Beau Barrilleaux Jun 7, 2017

His love of agriculture brought Beau Barrilleaux, '19 to WTC, but the beauty of West Texas and the charm of a small town won him over.  

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2017 WTC Distinguished Alumni Award Mar 28, 2017

Western Texas College Foundation to honor Jason Tyler '99 of Sndyer, TX as 2017 WTC Distinguished Alumni. 

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Cody Anthony '08 Following His Passion For Rodeo Jan 17, 2017

Cody Anthony '08 of Monahans, TX wasn’t even worried about the rodeo during his high school years. But after joining the Western Texas College Rodeo Team, he's followed his passion ever since. (More)

WTC Foundation Selects First Recipients for Inspire Program Dec 8, 2016

The Western Texas College Foundation is excited to announce the first ever recipients of the newly established WTC Foundation Inspire Program. (More)

Meet our Scholars: Lupita Quintanilla Oct 4, 2016

A powerhouse addition to the WTC Volleyball team and recipient of the Davidson Family Foundation Scholarship, WTC sophomore Lupita Quintanilla has big dreams of helping others. (More)

Deborah Pruitt Boyd named first WTC Distinguished Alumni Mar 30, 2016

The Western Texas College Foundation has named Deborah Pruitt Boyd as the first recipient of the WTC Distinguished Alumni Award. The highest honor granted to an alumnus of WTC, this prestigious award recognizes outstanding individuals who have demonstrated leadership in their chosen profession and distinguished themselves through service to their community. (More)

Western Texas College Hosts First Forum on Campus Carry Law Mar 1, 2016

Approximately 145 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Fine Arts Theatre at WTC on Tuesday evening to discuss the recently passed Senate Bill 11 regarding the new campus carry law.

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Western Texas College Named 2017 Aspen Prize Finalist Feb 2, 2016

Western Texas College has been named one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the 2017 Aspen Prize. (More)

WTC Foundation Quarterly Newsletter: Winter 2015 Edition Dec 11, 2015

Here is what's happening at Western Texas College and the WTC Foundation! The Newsletter is published quarterly and is filled with information about events, goals, and other news. (More)

Proud Westerners - Laura Greenwood '04: Exploring through her lens Dec 1, 2015

Laura Greenwood's determination has led her across the world and back again using her art to capture the world in which she lives. And it all began here at WTC. (More)

WTC Ranks #18 in Nation Oct 29, 2015

WTC named in top 20 of the Best Community Colleges of 2015

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Kimray Inc. Donates Valuable Learning Tools for WTC Petroleum and Processing Students Jul 22, 2015

A generous donation of six cut-away valve units by Kimray, Inc. has been received by the WTC Petroleum and Processing Programs.

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WTC Radio Students Earn Honors in State Competition Jul 2, 2015

Western Texas College Radio students earned honors for the fifth consecutive year in a row.

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WTC's Tamera Tunink wins National Champion in Break-away Roping Jun 25, 2015

Western Texas College Rodeo team member, Tamera Tunink, claims the National Championship Break-away Title at the College National Finals Rodeo held June 14-20 in Casper, Wyoming. (More)

WTC Outstanding Students of 2015: Casto Gomez-Ruiz & Darian Murphy May 15, 2015

Casto Gomez-Ruiz & Darian Murphy named WTC outstanding students of 2015. 

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Pat and Monty Blakely May 13, 2015

WTC remembers… Pat and Monty Blakely.  A couple dedicated to art, education and WTC. “No doubt about it, [living in Snyder] was the best 16 years of my life,” recalled Pat Blakely. (More)

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