WSCC Medical Assistant program hosting informational meeting Friday, May 29  

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Persons interested in learning more about the Medical Assistant program at Wallace State Community College can attend an informational meeting via Zoom Friday, May 29 at noon. 

The program, and 14 others at the college, is currently accepting applications for Fall 2020 entry with a June 1 priority deadline. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a few adjustments have been made in admission procedures, especially regarding the ACT requirement for most programs. Students who were unable to take the ACT before tests were cancelled due to the coronavirus can still apply to the programs but should indicate in their application their intent to take the test in June to still be considered based on space availability.  

The Medical Assistant program offers an Associate in Applied Science degree that can be completed in four semesters and a Medical Assisting Certificate in three semesters. Students admitted to the program can begin taking Medical Assisting classes in the fall as no pre-requisite courses are needed before applying.  

Those interested in learning more about the Medical Assistant program and joining the informational meeting may visit the Medical Assistant program web page at www.wallacestate.edu/medicalassistant to sign up for the meeting.  

Other programs taking applications for Fall 2020 include Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Imaging, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Emergency Medical Services, Health Information Technology, Medical Coding, Medical Laboratory Technician, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacy Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Polysomnography (Sleep Lab) and Respiratory Therapy. 

Wallace State Success Coaches are providing assistance for those with questions about filling out a health program application. Visit www.wallacestate.edu/healthprogramhelp for more information.  

For more information about Medical Assistant and other programs at Wallace State, visit www.wallacestate.edu or call 256-352-8000.