Walters State Community College
Established in 1970, Walters State Community College is a comprehensive higher education institution serving around 5,900 credit students and over 4,000 students enrolled in job-training courses. In addition to its Morristown campus, the college offers classes at its Sevier County Campus and centers for higher education in Greeneville and New Tazewell as well as various off-campus facilities. Walters State also has a comprehensive public safety training facility and provides public service and agribusiness activities through the WSCC Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center.
The college serves a primary ten-county service area consisting of Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Sevier and Union counties. The college also has an expanded service area including other East Tennessee counties for public safety and health programs.
Walters State offers associate of arts, associate of science and associate of science in teaching university parallel degree programs for students planning to transfer to senior institutions in pursuit of baccalaureate degrees. The college also offers associate of applied science degrees and technical certificate programs for those who plan to enter the job market after graduation. Take a look at Walters State's profile.