A Caring Campus - #wallacestatecaresWSCC Cares

Wallace State Community College became one of 20 community colleges across the U.S. designated as a ‘Caring Campus' by the Institute for Evidence-Based Change when it was selected for the initiative in 2020. The Caring Campus Initiative represents an ongoing commitment to connect with, and support, students to help them reach their educational goals with care and includes everything from the way students are greeted on campus to the services the College provides.

As a result of Wallace State's work in this area, the College has opened a food pantry to address hunger among students, made free mental health services available to students on campus, established a center for career and workforce development, including a work wardrobe where students can find clothes for interviewing, implemented success advising, established a Veteran’s meeting area and a mother's lounge, and worked with the Wallace State Future Foundation to make emergency funds available for essential needs like transportation, among other services.


Resources Available to Students

NOTE:  Some services and hours of operation may be altered due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.  Staff are available on campus and virtually.  See our Virtual Student Services page to learn more!


Wallace State Tutoring Labs offer FREE academic tutoring for Wallace State students. The lab at the Hanceville location includes a computer courtyard with access to 25 computers.

English • Math • Science • Resume Building • And More!

Main Campus - JBC 8th Floor, 256.352.7821
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am-6 pm;  Friday 8 am-2 pm

Oneonta Academic Center - Room 127
Call 205.625.4020 for current hours

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Wallace State Career Services is committed to assisting students in achieving career readiness by developing employment soft skills, coordinating apprenticeships/internships/co-op, job placement, sharing career opportunities, and supporting students and graduates in securing employment.

Apprenticeships/Internships/Co-Ops • Job Fairs
Career Planning • Workshops • Resume Building

The Work Wardrobe offers free professional attire and styling tips for students seeking employment. The Work Wardrobe is located in JBC 904.

Contact us: JBC 11th floor or 256.352.8461

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Wallace State offers the Veterans’ Corner to student veterans who need a place to study, congregate or unwind.

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6th Floor of Library


The Wallace State Association of Nursing Students offers a private room for nursing mothers to use a breast pump, with a refrigerator for storage and additional supplies. Go to the Nursing Administration office on the third floor of the School of Nursing and Center for Science for access to the room.

School of Nursing and Center for Science


Success Advisors meet regularly with students and provide them with the structure, tools and motivation they need to persist through challenges and get the most out of their education. students seeking employment. Located in the Center for Student Success, our advisors can help you choose classes, plan your schedule and put you on the pathway to completing your program. 

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Any student may utilize these services offered through programs on campus:
Agriculture/Horticulture Plant Sales (256.352.8035)
Auto Service (256.352.8151) and Collision Repair (256.352.8152)
• Cleanings, X-rays, teeth whitening through Dental Hygiene (256.352.8300)
• Cosmetology services by Salon and Spa Management (256.352.7819)
• Access to the Wellness Center (256.352.8354)


Lions’ Kitchen is a free food pantry open to all Wallace State students. Located in Room 106 of the Student Center.

During Regular Business Hours, stop by or call 256.352.8462
Contact Campus Police after hours at 256.735.9975


Free Counseling Services for Students! Completely Confidential, 20+ Years Experience, No Problem Too Big or Small. 
Located in the Bailey Center, 3rd Floor - Office 306. Also available virtually.

Email: counselor@wallacestate.edu 
Phone: 256.427.9336
After Hours Crisis Line: 256.737.2000

Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 4:30pm

Emergencies: Dial 911

National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (and Veterans Crisis Line) 
Available 24 hours
Call or text 988

Submit a Care Report


The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

Call the Lifeline at 800-273-8255

Visit the NIMH Suicide Prevention website.

Visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline website.


There are several services available to students and community members throughout Central and North Alabama. These services are offered for free of charge or at minimal cost. Take a look!

View the Community Resource Guide


“This initiative is a natural next step in our evolution to provide superior customer service for a holistic student experience, with wraparound services that address not only education but the many contributing factors that influence student success.”
--Wallace State President Dr. Vicki Karolewics