Appalachian State Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn with Appalachian State


Scott Northern Wake Tech Campus

Building E, Room 235

Tuesday, March 10, 12:30-2:00 pm


FREE PIZZA and a discussion about App State’s admission process, advising tips, and life as a student!

HBCU College Showcase today, Feb 19th!

HBCU College Showcase and Black History 101 Mobile Museum will be here today in NE Atrium!

Meet with representatives from seven local Historically Black Colleges and Universities, HBCUs, about the transfer process, requirements, scholarships, campus life and more!

College Showcase is today, from 11am-1:00pm in Building E Atrium. WTCC will also be hosting the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, from 10am-3pm.

Stop by the Black History 101 Mobile Museum to see over 7,000 original artifacts and to learn more about black history. The Black History 101 Mobile Museum has visited over 40 states sharing their story with over 500 institutions and reaching tens of thousands of people. To learn more please visit:

Sponsored by Student Activities & Academic Advising


North Carolina Central University will be here on Wednesday 2/12/2020


North Carolina Central University (NCCU) will be offering an Admissions and Nursing Information Session on Wednesday, February 12, at 1pm, in Building H, Room 285, on the Scott Northern Wake Campus 

An Admissions Representative and representatives from the Nursing Department will be here to provide students with valuable insight regarding the transfer requirements, process and procedures.

The session will consist of

  • an overview of NCCU and the University Admission process,
  • Review of the Nursing Department Admission Process,
  • Student Panel to discuss their experiences and
  • Various Nursing Student Groups, Faculty Presentations to discuss Nursing courses expectations and board certifications, along with a Question & Answer Section.

The Nursing department will be available to collect our students’ unofficial transcripts and will have students complete a form to have a conference call to review their personal path to transfer, and the process to apply for the Nursing program.  The NCCU Nursing department plans to follow-up with all students who submit an unofficial transcript within two to three weeks.

To watch and join in the discussion remotely Livestream link

The event will be taped and can be viewed Eaglestream YouTube link

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Showcase & Black History Mobile Museum

Are you interested in transferring to a senior college and learning some history?

The HBCU Showcase & Black History Mobile Museum will visit the Scott Northern Wake Campus in February.


Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Location: Building E, Atrium


Come and meet with Admissions representatives from local North Carolina HBCUs,

Enjoy unique artifacts presented by the Black History Mobile Museum!

NCCU: Nursing Admissions and Info Session

Interested in transferring to NC Central University and earning a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing?

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Location: Building H, Room 285


Join Academic Advising on the Scott Northern Wake Campus for North Carolina Central University’s Nursing Information session. Meet with an Admissions Representative and faculty from the Nursing Department to learn more about their transfer requirements and the admissions process!


                               Interested in an engineering major?
Learn more about the engineering programs offered at Wake Tech and area universities.

Where:  Scott Northern Wake Campus in Building E Atrium

When:  Wednesday, January 22nd from 11:00am-1:00pm

There will be representatives from WTCC Applied Engineering & Technologies, Computer Technologies and the Mathematics, Science & Engineering Divisions.

Seven Universities will also attend and will be available to answer your questions: ECU, NC State, UNC Charlotte, UNC Asheville, NC A&T, Campbell U and St Aug’s U.

No registration required

University and College Transfer Fair

Come one, come all! Are you planning to transfer? Visit with representatives from 21 universities and colleges to have all your questions answered:


Wednesday, Sept 17, from 10:00-2:00

Bldg K on the Scott Northern Wake Campus

Explore these questions with knowledgeable admissions staff from many of the NC universities:

  • What college/university has a major 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 and what are my options?
  • 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?