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Spring 2017 classes begin January 17.
Mildred Haun Conference. Foodways: The Intersection of Food in Appalachian Literature, Culture, Traditions, and History. February 3 & 4, 2017 on the Morristown Campus.
Give the Gift of Knowledge. Walters State's Talented & Gifted Program for Grades 5-8. Celebrating 35 Years! Register Now.
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Associate of Applied Science - Business, Culinary Arts
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Applications Open For Study Abroad Courses
January 12, 2017

A study abroad trip this summer promises to be particularly interesting for a group of Tennessee college students that includes three from Walters State.

Registration for spring semester continues
January 9, 2017

Registration for spring semester continues at Walters State Community College. The deadline for regular registration is Jan. 12. Late registration ends on Jan. 20

Workforce Training Classes Offered In February
January 6, 2017

Walters State Community College’s Division of Workforce Training will offer the following classes at the Morristown, Sevierville, and Greeneville campuses in February.

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Art & Culture

Walters State Conference to Celebrate Legacy
December 21, 2016

Hamblen County native Mildred Haun, considered a pioneer in Appalachian literature, will be celebrated at the seventh annual conference bearing her name, Feb.3-4 at Walters State's Morristown campus.

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