International Day Celebration
The festivities will include songs, dances, fashions, and foods from around the world; a smorgasbord of international dishes will be available for tasting. Wake Tech’s student body represents an incredible 156 different nations. International Day was established to promote respect and understanding among all cultures.
Southern Wake Campus
Building L (SSB) Conference Center
11:00a.m. – 1:30p.m.
Northern Wake Campus
Building E 204/Lecture Hall
1:00 – 4:00p.m.
Wake Tech is committed to fostering an environment of respect and understanding among cultures. The college serves a diverse student body, with 106 countries represented. The International Day celebration is being organized by the office of Student Activities, the Student Government Association, and the International Friends Club.
Wake Tech students have a convenient new tool for staying connected to every aspect of campus life – right at their fingertips! The college has launched a new mobile app that offers quick and easy access to calendars, maps, events, academics, and more.
With the mobile app, students can instantly access the platforms they need to manage their studies. They can register for classes through WebAdvisor. They can find course content, assignments, and feedback from instructors on Blackboard, the college’s learning management system. And with Self Service, students can see their current class schedule as well as courses completed and progress toward their degree. The mobile app will also keep students up to date about athletics, campus events, social media feeds, and other essentials – even food truck schedules!
Need Health Insurance?
Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
Open Enrollment Nov. 1 – Dec. 15
Wake Tech is offering free one-on-one appointments to students on campus. Schedule your appointment to understand your options:
Or call 1-855-733-3711 to make an appointment over the phone.
Remember: Everyone is required to take one of the following actions:
- Secure health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, a job, Medicaid (including NC Health Choice), VA Coverage, or Medicare
- Secure an exemption from the Marketplace, or on your tax return (most are income-based exemptions), or
- Pay a tax penalty of up to $695 per uninsured adult ($347 for children), or 5% of your household’s gross income – whichever is greater.
You have until December 15th to sign up for a plan that will cover you for 2018. Nearly 9 in 10 Marketplace enrollees in North Carolina have received financial assistance. Explore your options with an in-person appointment.
What do I need to bring or know for the appointment?
- Proof of income (pay stubs, etc.)
- Social Security numbers / other identifying information
This communication is brought to you in partnership with MDC – a grant-funded nonprofit (located in downtown Durham) that offers free in-person assistance navigating North Carolina’s Health Insurance Marketplace (www.healthcare.gov). All services are free and confidential.
The Business Analytics and Supply Chain Management Departments at Wake Tech invite you a panel discussion Industry 4.0: Jobs of the Future.
What: Industry 4.0: Jobs of the Future in Analytics & Supply Chain
Where: Northern Wake Campus, Building E Lecture Hall (2nd Floor)
Date: Tuesday, November 14
Time: 6:00 – 8:00p.m.
Schedule of Events
- Registration and Networking 5:30-6:00 pm
- Panel Discussion 6:00-7:00 pm
- Networking and Refreshments 7:00-8:00PM
Why you should attend
- Learn about upcoming trends in analytics and supply chain industries
- Meet upcoming talent in analytic
- Network with local professionals
- Learn about affordable and accessible training opportunities
- Learn how Wake Tech is bridging the talent gap in Wake County
- Joe Dueker, Operations Manager at John Deere Turf Care
- Brian Tribble, Senior Executive and Policy Advisor at Worldwide Express
- Mark Bray, Director of Distribution and Logistics at ACR Supply Company
- Bryce Gartner, Chief Executive Officer and Founder at icimo
- Nick Stone, Director Advisory Services at Cherry Bekaert
WAKE TECH SOUTHERN WAKE CAMPUS
It’s official! Main Campus is now the Southern Wake Campus!
…and that’s not the only change! Buildings are getting letter designations in addition to their names. For example, Holding Hall is now Building A. Letters will be installed on all buildings by the end of the year.
Some of the old building names are changing:
- ETB is now Building E or Computers and Engineering
- TE is now Building C or Math and Science
Some parking lots have new letter designations as well, to correspond to the buildings.
Click here for a chart of new names and a new campus map.
In WebAdvisor, Southern Wake Campus = S. When registering for classes, you’ll notice that Southern Wake Campus buildings have an “S” in front of their names — Building A will be designated as SA, Building B will be designated as SB.
Please keep this in mind as you register for classes, and we look forward to seeing you here on the Southern Wake Campus next spring!
Are you transferring to a 4-year school? Wake Tech’s First Year Academy (FYA) is dedicated to promoting student success by teaching strategies that help students achieve their educational goals. The e-newsletter will contain “fun facts” by our dedicated faculty as well as submissions from students.
FYA Success Tips:
Are you taking English 111 or English 112 this semester? Having trouble getting your paper started or writing your thesis statement? There are several resources available to help you be successful!
- The Individualized Learning Center (ILC) has tutors available to help you develop your thesis statement, organize your paper, and assist you with grammar and punctuation. Make an appointment with ILC today!
- The REAL Center is staffed by professors and instructors who help students with all aspects of the writing process (organization, grammar and punctuation, and brainstorming, to name a few). For more information about hours of operation and locations, click here.
Registration for the Spring 2018 semester begins soon! Now is a great time to meet with an advisor to discuss course selections. Even if you have taken ACA 122 already, it is a good idea to check with an advisor regarding changes at the transfer university. For more information on hours of operation and locations, click here.
Wake Tech Rugby!
There’s a movement to start a rugby club at Wake Tech. Are you interested?
Practice is held every Monday & Wednesday, 4pm-6pm, Lake Benson Park in Garner. Feel free to come out as often as you’d like. Be sure to bring water, cleats & a mouthguard.
For more info contact: