Spring Semester Guide
For information about Spring, 2017 registration at WPCC, consult our Spring Semester Guide, which includes a calendar with deadlines and important dates along with information on tuition and fees, the Online Payment Plan, financial aid, schedule adjustments, refunds, buying books, and details about Internet, Hybrid, and Web-Assisted courses.
General Schedule Information
An explanation about section numbers, prerequisites, and corequisites can be found below links to the class schedules.COLOR CODING for CLASS SCHEDULES:
RED = Closed Classes
BLUE = Low Availability
Spring Semester 2017 Classes
Search for class sections by choosing from the following categories:
*All Internet and Hybrid courses require mandatory activities be completed on deadline or else you will be dropped from the class. Details are included in the document linked above.
Section Number Explanation
Western Piedmont Community College organizes classes in sections based on the method of instruction used to teach them and the times they meet. Here is a breakdown of what the section numbers mean.
- 01-19 – Traditional Courses
The courses are taught in a seated class setting using face-to-face instruction
- 21-29 – Web-Assisted Courses
In these courses, the primary instruction (51% or more) is delivered face-to-face in a class setting with additional instruction through online activities and assignments
- 31-39 – Hybrid Courses
51% ot more of instruction in these courses is online with additional instruction delivered face-to-face in seated class settings
- 41-49 – Internet Courses
These courses are 100% online. Please refer to the Internet/Hybrid/Web-Assisted Courses section on this page for important information and deadlines about these courses
- 41OPT-49OPT – Internet Courses with Optional Meetings
100% online instruction with optional on-campus meetings available
- 51-59 – Internet Courses with Mandatory Meetings
100% online instruction with mandatory scheduled online meetings
- A – “A” Term Courses
These courses meet during the first 8 weeks of the semester (January 9-March 6, 2017)
- B – “B” Term Courses
These courses meet during the second 8 weeks of the semester (March 7-May 10, 2017)
- C – Career & College Promise (CCP)
These courses are for students in WPCC”s Career & College Promise Program. They begin with the Burke County Public Schools schedule
- E – Evening Courses
These classes meet after 3:00 p.m.
- M – Module
Some WPCC developmental courses are organized in modules and are listed in this section
- X – Irregular
Courses that have irregular meeting dates are placed in this section
Special Notes About Course Sections
- If you register for a hybrid course, you run the risk of being dropped from the course if the mandatory on-campus meetings conflict with other courses on the schedule
- Some traditional daytime and evening courses may require supplemental work to be completed online
- Refer to your registration statement or look up the class in the course schedule above for the locations where classes meet.
Some courses are listed with certain courses that you have to take before you can enroll in them (pre-requisites) or courses that you are required to take at the same time (co-requisites). The WPCC Catalog contains course descriptions that list prerequisites and corequisites for courses. If you enroll in a course with a prerequisite that you have not met or a cosrequisite that you have not also enrolled in, that course will be deleted from your schedule.
Need help? Call Student Services at (828) 448-6046. We look forward to seeing you in class!!
Older Class Schedules
Access the Fall Semester Guide.
Access the Fall, 2016 Class Schedules (links open in new window):
Access the Summer, 2016 Class Schedules (links open in new window):