Would you like to know more about UNC Greensboro? Come on a road trip, tour the college and find out if this college is right for you!
When: Thursday, October 4, 2018
Where: Bus leaves at 7 a.m. from Northern Wake Campus
- -Must be a financial aid recipient
- -Must be 18 years of age or older
- -Must have a 2.0 GPA or better
For more information, please email your name and student ID number to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Transfer Fair has been postponed due to continued effects from Hurricane Florence. We will post the new date as soon as it is known. Come one, come all! Talk with representatives from colleges you wish to attend!
What: the Northern Wake Campus is having a COLLEGE TRANSFER FAIR!
When: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
From: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: Building K lobby
Who: You and over 20 colleges/universities
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C-STEP Are you a low-to-moderate-income student planning to transfer from Wake Tech to UNC Chapel Hill after you complete your associate degree?
Fall deadline to apply to C-STEP is October 1st. Follow this C-STEP to learn more about the program, if you qualify, and how to apply.
Registration for Summer 2018 semester is underway.
To determine your registration date and time, login to WebAdvisor, click on Academic & Registration and the second option is My Registration Date & Time. All New Students will register on April 17th. Visiting/Special Students register 4/24 at 7:00 a.m. You can also check Priority Dates
There are 5 sessions offered for SU18:
- 10 week session 5/16-7/26
- 1st 8 week session 5/16-7/12
- 2nd 8 weeks 5/31-7/26
- 1st 5 weeks 5/16-6/20
- 2nd 5 weeks 6/21-7/26
Waitlist for ALL SU18 sessions ends on May 11th at 5:00 p.m.
Payment deadlines are May 1st (Classes registered 4/10-5/1) and May 15 (classes registered 5/2-5/15), after the 15th it is pay as you register.
Registration is underway for our Industry Road Trip to Raleigh Little Theatre and Raleigh Room Escapes during Spring Break on Tuesday, March 13. Transportation, snacks, and lunch will be provided to all participants at no additional cost.
Feel free to forward to those interested in exploring career paths in expressive/creative arts, communication, social sciences, and related majors. The registration application is open in XTRA @ bit.ly/2nXzj0W through Monday, February 26th.
The Career and Employment Resources Event page will lead you to many opportunities to connect you with a career. Visit the Wake Tech Career Fairs page to learn more about upcoming programs and career events.
After a few attempts (and some sledding and a few snowmen), the Spring 2018 semesters is now in full swing.
You can no longer drop/add 16-week classes; however, here are a few dates and some information you may want to know about:
*The second mini-mester begins March 2nd and there are still some seats in some classes available. Most of these classes are accelerated courses. Check with your financial aid counselor if you are wanting to add a 2nd 8-week class.
*The deadline to withdraw from a semester long 16-week class is March 20th. Before withdrawing from a class it is a good idea to speak with your instructor about where you stand and how you might resolve any issues that have you thinking about withdrawing from the class. When you withdraw from a class, the grade will show as a “W” on your transcript but will not affect your GPA. Withdrawing may have financial aid consequences so check with your financial aid counselor. To withdraw from a class, contact your instructor via email and ask to be withdrawn from the class.
*There are many resources available to WTCC students to help you in your academic career with us. The ILC is an open tutoring center https://www.waketech.edu/student-services/individualized-learning-center/about , many departments have open tutoring labs available (STEM, REAL), and there are many support programs available along the way https://www.waketech.edu/student-services
The Northern Wake Campus College Transfer Fair will be on October 19th, from 10-2:00 in Building E Atrium. Transfer Admissions Officers from local colleges and universities will be available to meet with students. Learn about the college transfer process, GPA requirements, transfer scholarships, and much, much more.
Questions to consider before the fair:
- What major do I wish to study?
- Do I want to attend a large, medium or small college?
- What location do I prefer: urban, suburban or rural?
- Do I want to live on campus or commute?
- Do I want to attend a public, private, historically black college/university, military, single-sex or religiously-affiliated college?
- Do I want to participate in athletics, clubs, fraternities or sororities, or study abroad?
Attend the fair for a chance to win a $50 gift card and prizes!