Advising Awareness Week!
Did you know that an advisor can help you better understand your degree requirements, transfer options, campus resources, and more?
Stop by a table to learn more about the value of advising and to enter into a contest to win a Barnes & Noble gift card! (Gift Card can be used at the WTCC Bookstore)

Associate in Arts and Associate in Science

October 24 – Friday, October 28
Main Campus – PLM & Holding Hall
8:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Business & Accounting

October 24 – 25
Main Campus – PLM & Holding Hall 

8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

October 25 – 26
Northern Wake Campus – ND 3rd floor
8:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.

October 27
Western Wake Campus – Student Lounge 
8:30p.m. – 3:00p.m. 

College Visitation: University of Maryland 
When: October 27 from 11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Where: Main Campus PLM 262

  • The University of Maryland, College Park, is a Top 20 Public Research University in the country. Additionally, we are a Top Ten Best Value, as rated by Kiplingers Personal Finance Magazine
  • UMD offers more than 90 different major programs; of those 90, more than 70 rank in the top 25 nationally, and more than 20 rank in the top ten nationally.
  • UMD is best known for our Engineering (top 3 in the US) and Business (top 10 in the US) programs, but are strong in almost everything we offer
  • Our location provides students a number of benefits. We are able to offer students a traditional college campus in a college town, while having Washington, DC, only 5 miles away and 20 minutes away via Washington’s subway system, called Metro.

2016 Fall NC Community College Transfer Fair 
When: Thursday, November 17 from 9:00a.m. – 11:00a.m.
Where: Main Campus SSB Conference Center 

Stop by and speak with Admissions Transfer Specialists from North Carolina college and universities from all over the state!

First Year Academy

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 Fun Fact – Submitted by Carter B. Minter, Associate in Engineering (AE) Student:

Need a reading strategy? Try this one from a fellow student who used it in medical school.
We all recognize the natural tendency for our minds to drift as we read dense, academic material. Our attention and input for our brain can’t be sustained for very long, but you can grow this ability easily! The process is simple. Begin working, reading, or studying your notes. The moment you begin to read or acquire whatever knowledge it is that you’re using, start your timer. When you notice your attention waning or shifting, stop studying, note the time you sustained your attention and do something enjoyable for 5 to 10 minutes. Now, resume studying and wait until you realize you’re losing your focus. As you continue to do this wave form study technique, you’re time and focus will increase in both effectiveness and intensity rapidly.  It is my hope that by teaching this wonderful method, that perfectly complements how the brain absorbs and stores knowledge, I may be able to help my fellow students to succeed.


Advising Appointments are now available to students at Wake Tech’s Northern Wake and Main Campuses.  This appointment option will be available to students until November 8, 2016. Limited ambassadorsadvising appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis during designated time periods for:

  • New students (in most programs),
  • Continuing students in College Transfer degree programs (AA, AS)
  • Newly enrolled Health Sciences students in Human Services Technology and Health and Fitness Science. Please note: All other Health Sciences students must see an advisor at the Perry Health Sciences Campus, 2901 Holston Lane, Raleigh, NC 27610.

To schedule an appointment at the Northern Wake Campus or the Main Campus today!

Advising: Spring Four-Year College Application Deadlines

Planning on transferring to a four-year university this spring?  Hurry, the deadlines are quickly approaching!

Stop by the Advising Center today for assistance with:

  • Navigating the college and university websites
  • Finding the application deadline for your college of choice
  • Ensuring you meet the transfer requirements
  • Understanding the application requirements
  • Figuring out your next steps

Advising and Student Success Department

Check out this weeks College/University Visitations and College Transfer Workshops!

Balancing School, Work, and Life responsibilities is challenging.  Support is available to you from a network of qualified professionals at Deer Oaks Student Assistance Program. Call toll-free (866) 329-4148 or login to get started. For online resources and support, use the username: waketech and the password: sap.

Got Starfish? Starfish Early Alert is a tool your instructors can use to provide feedback about how you’re doing in class. Don’t miss these important messages from your instructors! Set up your Starfish profile by logging into Blackboard, then click on the Starfish tab. Watch for alerts and messages related to your class work and other campus support services.

Foreign Languages & Fine Arts

The AFA in Visual Arts program wants to ensure students meet requirements to efficiently progress towards graduation. To support this goal, holds are in place to get AFA students to make appointments with an AFA advisor. Schedule your advising appointment today!

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