Three (3) sessions begin on Tuesday, May 16th
- The ten week session begins on May 16th, with the schedule adjustment period between 5/16-5/22.
- The first 8 week session begins May 16th with the schedule adjustment period on 5/16 & 5/17 only.
- The first 5 week session begins May 16th, with the schedule adjustment period on 5/16 & 5/17 only.
The second 8 week session begins May 31st, with the schedule adjustment period on 5/3 & 6/1 only.
The second 5 week session begins on June 21st, with the schedule adjustment period on 6/21 & 6/22 only.
The waitlist ends today, Friday, May 12th at 5:00 for all sessions. If you have been on a waitlist and have not been moved into a seat, you will need to check WebAdvisor for seat openings.
Payment is due Monday, May 15th or on the day you register after 5/15. For further payment info, http://www.waketech.edu/student-services/registration-student-records/payment-deadlines
The summer class schedule will be posted in WebAdvisor on Monday, April 3rd. Registration for Returning students begins April 10th and you can find your specific date in WebAdvisor under Academics and Registration, My Registration Date & Time. New students can register beginning April 18th. Your time depends on the date you became a student. Visiting or Special students can begin registering for summer classes on April 25th.
Payment deadline for those registering between April 10-28 will be April 28th. Payment deadline for students registering for classes between April 29-May 15th, money will be due by May 15th. Pay as you register after May 15th.
Classes will be offered in 5 week, 8 week and 10 week formats. Please check the schedule carefully when registering for a class.
COLLEGE TRANSFER FAIR at Northern Campus!
Wednesday, March 8th 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Building E Atrium
- Campbell University
- East Carolina
- Meredith College
- NC A&T
- NC State
- NC Wesleyan
- UNC – Chapel Hill
- UNC – Greensboro
- William Peace
- And other colleges
Hosted by the Northern Wake Campus Advising and Student Success Department
The last day to withdraw from a 16 week class without grade penalty is Tuesday, March 21st.Contact your instructor through your Wake Tech Outlook 365 email to let them know you want to withdraw from the class. If you are using Financial Aid, a withdrawal may affect your completion rate so check with your fin-aid counselor.
Academic Advising Appointments are now available to students on Wake Tech’s Main and Northern Wake Campuses! Limited appointments are open to students on a first-come, first-served basis. Appointment options will be available from February 15 – May 19, 2017. To make an appointment at the Main Campus, click here: http://www.waketech.edu/student-services/advising/adv-app-sch. To make an appointment at the Northern Wake Campus, click here: http://www.waketech.edu/about-wake-tech/locations/northern-wake-campus/academic-advising.
Consider the Carolina Student Transfer Excellence Program (C-STEP). C-STEP is designed to foster success by identifying talented low-to-moderate income students while they are early in their community college careers. Selected students are guaranteed eventual admission to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provided they complete the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree and maintain a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.2. By the time C-STEP students enroll as juniors at Carolina, they have already forged connections with Carolina students, faculty, and staff – connections that lead to smoother transitions, strong engagement, and better success.
To be considered for the C-STEP program, students need to complete the application by April 1, 2017.
Here is a link to the C-Step Fact Sheet
The Drop/Add Adjustment period for the full semester 16 week classes is over. If you want to withdraw from a class you have until March 21st to contact your instructor via your WTCC email, and ask to be withdrawn from the class. There will not be a refund and it is always a good idea to meet with your financial aid counselor to see how withdrawing might effect your award. Before you withdraw, you can still find many resources to help if you had a not-so-successful start to your semester. The Individual Learning Center (ILC) can help with individual tutoring. The STEM center can help with Math and Science courses. REAL helps with writing, SPEAK helps with speeches and the Foreign Language Center (FLC) can help with Foreign Language classes. There are many other resources here on campus to help so take advantage of all you can http://www.waketech.edu/student-services/counseling-services/academic-success-centers