Wilkes Community College has lots of programs available to assist you with reaching your educational and career goals. To help you find the right program, our offerings have been organized below into 3 categories.
College Transfer: These university parallel programs Associate in Arts/AA or Associate in Science/AS) provide the first two years of academic work on a four-year baccalaureate degree.
Degree Programs: These programs allow you to earn a degree (Associate in Applied Science/AAS), diploma or certificate in a particular field.
College Opportunities for High School Students: The NC Career and College Promise program provides lots of opportnities for high school students to get an early start on their college education.
Special Credit/Non Degree Seeking: This status indicates that a student is only intending to take a few classes from a college transfer program or other degree program at WCC and is not planning to complete a degree, diploma or certificate with the college. Note: Non degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid and enrollment procedures vary slightly from students who are planning to pursue a degree, diploma or certificate.
These programs allow you to take non-degree classes for job and career enhancement or personal enrichment. Note: These programs are not eligible for federal financial aid.
GED, Adult High School, ESL
The College Readiness Divison offerings include Adult High School Diploma (AHS), Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Second language (ESL), General Education Development (GED), and Family Literacy.