Relay for Life
The Upper Missouri Relay for Life will be held on the WSC campus on July 31st. Williston’s State Educating for a Cause team will be participating in this event. The team is comprised of both Staff and Faculty Members. The event is being held on campus for the first time this year.
Accompanied by four chaperons, 11 WSC students traveled to Japan on May 25 for an 18-day immersion program. The program was made possible through WSC’s partnership with its sister school, Kokusai Junior College (KJC). WSC students taught English while immersed in Japanese culture.
The partnership was created in 2010 to give both international and WSC students a unique cultural experience. Some KJC students will visit WSC from September 2-13 and will stay with host families, while two KJC students will be enrolled for the Fall 2015 semester.
NJCAA Academic Excellence
The NJCAA national office honored the top athletic programs finding success off the playing field with the announcement of the 2014-15 NJCAA Academic Teams of the Year. The Williston State College Women’s Basketball team finished tied for 2nd in the country with a team GPA of 3.67. The Tetons will receive an honorable mention recognition award for their efforts.
Women’s Basketball wasn’t the only sport receiving honorable mention. Teton Volleyball finished top 30 in team GPA with a 3.39 GPA and Teton Softball finished with a 3.08.