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New Students

A new student includes first-time degree-seeking students, students transferring from another institution, and students who were concurrently enrolled in high school and college.

Detailed information about application, advising/registration, and payment deadlines for upcoming semesters/terms is available on the Registration page.

Note: Transcripts and test scores received by the admissions office will be deleted two years after their receipt date if the applicant has not enrolled.

Contact Information

Image of Morgan Staley
Morgan Staley, BS
Coordinator of Recruiting
Phone: 336-838-6509
mbstaley687@wilkescc.edu
Image of Wanda Shore
Wanda Shore, AAS
Admissions and Placement Testing Coordinator
Phone: 336-838-6135
Fax: 336-903-3210
wsshore876@wilkescc.edu

Limited Admission Programs

Some health science programs are limited admission programs and have additional requirements for enrolling, including:

If you are interested in one of these programs, visit the Health Sciences Admissions page for more information on how to apply.

Health Sciences Admissions

Currently Enrolled Students

A currently enrolled student is a student who is enrolled in the current semester/term.

Contact Information

Image of Morgan Staley
Morgan Staley, BS
Coordinator of Recruiting
Phone: 336-838-6509
mbstaley687@wilkescc.edu
Image of Wanda Shore
Wanda Shore, AAS
Admissions and Placement Testing Coordinator
Phone: 336-838-6135
Fax: 336-903-3210
wsshore876@wilkescc.edu

Returning Students

A returning student is a student who was previously enrolled. Answer the following question to determine your path to reenrollment:

    Were you enrolled during one of the two most recent semesters prior to the semester you plan to attend?

    Contact Information

    Image of Morgan Staley
    Morgan Staley, BS
    Coordinator of Recruiting
    Phone: 336-838-6509
    mbstaley687@wilkescc.edu
    Image of Wanda Shore
    Wanda Shore, AAS
    Admissions and Placement Testing Coordinator
    Phone: 336-838-6135
    Fax: 336-903-3210
    wsshore876@wilkescc.edu

    Special Credit Students

    A special credit student intends to only take a few classes at WCC and does not plan to pursue a degree, diploma, or certificate with the college. Students typically choose this option if they are planning to take a small number of classes to either transfer to another college at which they have already been enrolled for professional development or to fulfill a special interest.

    Detailed information about application, advising/registration, and payment deadlines for upcoming semesters/terms is available on the Registration page.

    Note: Special credit students are not eligible for financial aid.

    Note: Transcripts and test scores received by the admissions office will be deleted two years after their receipt date if the applicant has not enrolled.

    Contact Information

    Image of Morgan Staley
    Morgan Staley, BS
    Coordinator of Recruiting
    Phone: 336-838-6509
    mbstaley687@wilkescc.edu

    High School Students

    Through Career & College Promise (CCP), qualified high-school-age students in North Carolina have the opportunity to take college courses, tuition-free, while they are in high school, allowing them to get a jump-start on their workplace and college preparation.

    Enroll in Career & College Promise

    College & Career Readiness

    The College & Career Readiness Division provides a range of instructional opportunities for adults who have not completed a high school credential or who are functioning below high school level to become literate; obtain knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency; complete secondary education; for parents, to obtain the academic skills necessary to become full partners in the educational development of their children; and, for persons whose native language is not English, to acquire English language proficiency.

    Enroll in College & Career Readiness

    Continuing Education Courses

    Ongoing changes in technology, and career and job requirements, create the need for life-long learning for individuals in both occupational and vocational areas. The Workforce Development and Community Education Division is responsible for responding to these needs by providing services to individuals, organizations, businesses, and industries within Alleghany, Ashe, and Wilkes counties. Tailored to the needs of our service area, the courses range from basic skills to advanced courses in various technical fields. In addition, a range of vocational courses are offered that are designed to meet the needs and interests of the citizens of the region.

    Enroll in Continuing Education Courses