Those enrolling at WCC for the first time.
Students who are currently enrolled at WCC.
Students who were previously enrolled at WCC.
Enroll in college classes while in high school.
Take classes without declaring a major.
Earn a High School Diploma or Equivalency.
Short-term workforce training or personal interests.
Online classes for those who need a flexible schedule.
Applied Animal Science Technology
Applied Engineering Technologies
Automotive Systems, Collision Repair, and Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technologies
Early College and College Transfer
Animal Science / Poultry Management
Career and College Promise program helps student jump-start career.
Billy Wolfe, blind student, overcomes barriers to complete computer programming degree.
WCC graduate is youngest vendor at the Yadkin Farmers Market.
Education helped veteran student land his dream job.
SkillsUSA competition leads to graduation day job offer for WCC graduate.
Cooperative Education gives WCC graduate a head start in a criminal justice career.
WCC graduate Grace Fox heads to medical school.
Former Wilkes Community College student Jeremiah Dancy has completed his third educational goal.
Wilkes Community College student Rocky Minton named recipient of the 2011 Governor’s Award for Excellence.
Wilkes Community College cooperative education gives student a jump start toward a successful career.
Shannon Smith comes full circle, but with a new sense of purpose.
Christy Poteat, an artist with vision impairment, is studying art at WCC.
Wanda Hutchinson credits her career success to her experience at Wilkes Community College.