Conference 5A Region 1 Basketball Tournament
Tournament Information is available here .
Meats Judging Team Competiton
Congratulations to the WTC Meats Judging Team that finished in 5th place at the National Western Intercollegiate Meats Judging Contest held in Greeley, CO this past weekend. The team finished 5th in beef grading, 4th in lamb judging, 5th in pork judging, 3rd in beef judging, 3rd in total placi...
WTC Boasts Excellent Graduation Rate
The latest data shows Western Texas College excelling in their graduation rate. The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) is a system of survey components that collects data from about 7,500 institutions that provide postsecondary education across the United States. IPEDS coll...
WTC Partners With Texas Tech In Fast-Track Teaching Program
Western Texas College is excited to announce a new teaching degree opportunity. "Tech Teach more >>
Coat and Blanket Drive
Wanted coats, blankets and winter clothing, in good condition, to help our WTC students, in need, stay warm this winter. As many of you know we have students who travel many miles to come here and they might not think about packing clothes for the winter months. If you’re willing to donate, p...
Western Texas College Donates to Scurry County United Way
Western Texas College donated over $4,000 to the Scurry County United Way. The funds were presented at a ceremony on Tuesday by WTC president, Dr. Barbara Beebe. Accepting the donation was Scurry County United Way President, Kellye Starnes and Rachael McClain, Secretary of the Scurry County Un...
Western Texas College Announces New Director Of College Advancement
Western Texas College introduces their new Director of College Advancement, Kat Neilson of Ft. Collins, Colorado. Neilson comes to WTC after serving for 5 years as the Curator and Operations Manager of the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum in Leadville, CO. In addition to the his...
Graduation Portraits Now Available
Graduation Portraits are now available to view and purchase online .
WTC Teams Compete at Nationals
NJCAA TRACK & FIELD RESULTS May 15-17 - Mesa, AZ <...
WTC Teams Up With TTU In Wind Energy Program
The wind and West Texas…you can’t have one without the other. That’s why Texas is the premier spot for wind energy development in the United States. Western Texas Community College in Snyder, Texas is doing their part to prepare qualified workers in this industry through their Associate...
WTC Petroleum Technology Program Producing Sought After Employees
Petroleum is big business. Especially in Texas where gas and/or oil is produced in over 80% of its counties. One key to every growing business is finding and maintaining qualified employees. Oil companies are no exception. As petroleum exploration and production rely heavily on expanding tec...
WTC's Colton Powell Honored With Prestigious Internship
It's doubtful that Colton Powell will ever be the guy who puts a "Keep Off The Grass" sign in his yard. He likes the greens. The tee boxes and fairways, too. Colton, a 19-year old student in the Turfgrass and Landscape Management program at Western Texas College was recently honored wi...
UIL Regional Basketball Tournament
Conference 4A Region 1 Basketball Tournament at The Coliseum more >>
Free Concert at Scurry County Museum
Enjoy a concert featuring a pianist and cellist courtesy of the Piatagorsky Foundation on Monday, February 3 at 6:00pm. Free and open to the public!
The campus will be closed December 18-January 6 for Christmas. Offices will re-open on Tuesday, January 7 and registration for the spring semester will begin Tuesday, January 14.
Hunter Appreciation Dinner
Raffle Tickets are now available for the Hunter Appreciation Dinner, December 6 at 6:00pm at The Coliseum. This event donates all proceeds to the ag programs at WTC, Snyder, Hermleigh and Ira for scholarships For tickets and information contact Jessica Colvin at 325-574-7920.
Townhall Meeting Concerning Campus Renovation Projects
Tuesday, August 27th 5:30 p.m. Fine Arts Theatre
Board Approves $15 Million Renovation Project
During Monday’s meeting, the board officially approved a $15 million renovation project on the campus. The project includes cafeteria renovations, covering concrete walkways and the plaza, a cardiovascular center, renovations to the fine arts building, improvements to the chilled water systems...