Transfer Students interested in UNC may be eligible for C-Step

UNC C-Step

unctarheels_largeInterested in transferring to UNC-CH in 2018?

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

Drop/Add is over for 16 week classes

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want to withdraw from a class you have until March 21st to contact your instructor via your WTCC email, and ask to be withdrawn from the class.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

Registration is in Full Swing

Registration for Spring 2017 classes is in full swing, and there are still classes available. The spring semester starts January 5th.

  • Advising and Student Services will be available until 5:00 on December 22nd, and will return January 3rd after the holiday break.
  • If you register between December 13th-January 4th, payment will be due January 4th by 5:00 with the Cashier or midnight on WebAdvisor.
  • The Waitlist ends on December 22nd, so after that date, keep looking for an open seat.
  • The first week of school, Jan 5th-11th is Adjustment Week, so you can add/drop classes during this time. Beginning Jan 5th, pay the day you register. Jan 5th-11th, there is a 75% refund on classes, so remember to add/drop at the same time if you are switching classes or sections. You can drop only between Jan 12th-17th.

Northern Campus Advising Appointments are available

Don’t have time to wait to see an Academic Advisor? Academic advising appointments are now avaiHelp & Support Sign Postlable to students on WTCC Northern Campus. Appointments are available to most students in new programs* and continuing students in Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) college transfer programs.

To make an appointment, click here All appointments will be held in Building B, room 239 at the Northern Wake Campus. Please check in at the front desk when you arrive.

Limited appointments will be available to students on a first-come, first-served basis. Appointments will be available until Nov 8, 2016.

*Health Science students must see an Advisor at the Perry Health Science campus. The exception to this are the Human Services Technology and Health & Fitness Science program students. New Health Science students should attend an Information Session first; the sessions are mandatory for those interested in Nursing, Radiography, Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting.


Withdrawing from a class

Are you concerned about your current standing in a class and thinking about withdrawing? Here are a few FAQ that might help with your decision..

There are many RESOURCES at Wake Tech to help with success in the classroom. Your first resource is your instructor’s office hours. The Individual learning Center (ILC) has free tutoring services. The STEM lab helps with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The REAL center helps with English classes, the SPEAK center will help with speech classwork. These are just a few of the resources available. There is also Single Stop, the NEST, and Wellness Services available when life doesn’t go as planned. Student Services personnel can point you in the right direction for resources that could help you get back on track or give you the support you need to be successful.

Crystal SignHow do I withdraw from a class? Contact your instructor via your Wake Tech email. Keep a copy of the email and check your schedule to make sure you no longer are enrolled in the course.

What is the deadline to withdraw (Fall 2016)?

  • For a 1st mini-mester class, the deadline is September 20th.
  • For 16 week classes, the deadline is October 28th.
  • For the 2nd mini-mester, the deadline is November 22nd.

Will this show on my transcript? Yes, it will show as a “W” grade, but will not be calculated into or affect your GPA.

Will this affect my Financial Aid? Financial Aid keeps track of your completion rate, so meet with your financial aid counselor to see how a “W” will affect your current and/or future award.

Tuition Payments are Due

Tuition payments are due Tuesday by 5:00 PM at the Cashier’s Office or by 12:00 Midnight online through WebAdvisor.payment due Any classes you register for between July 18th and August 16th, payment is due August 16th. Classes begin Wednesday, August 17th. Adjustment Week is August 17th-August 23rd for full semester 16 week classes, so you can Add/Drop during that week and pay as you register (daily). You can Add/Drop First-8-Week classes on August 17th or the18th (pay daily).

ID and Parking Pass

The Northpointing-29723_1280 (1)ern Campus ID and Parking Pass Office has temporarily moved to building NE, rm 414 for the month of August. The hours are Mon, Tues, Fri 9:00 am-6:00 am, and Weds & Thurs 7:00 am-6:00 pm.