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Yes you can, Let's Get Started!June 4, 2018 – Registration for fall semester at Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) is now open through August 3.  A variety of classes and programs are available to prepare students for employment, regardless of the university transfer or career pathway they choose.

In a recent survey of WPCC graduates, 97 percent felt confident that the skills, knowledge and attitudes they learned at WPCC will make them successful at their current or future place of employment.

“This confirms that attending WPCC will provide learning experiences to help students with the confidence and skills they need to pursue their academic or career goals,” said Rhia Crawford, vice president for academic and student success. “We know that enrolling in college can be intimidating but we are here to help and to let students know that, yes, you can do this, so let’s get started!”

To begin the enrollment process, complete an application for admission by visiting www.wpcc.edu/enroll.  This includes establishing your residency status through the North Carolina Residency Determining Service.

To receive help or assistance in the enrollment process, call Student Services at 828-448-6031 or visit the friendly staff in Hildebran Hall on the campus of Western Piedmont Community College located at 1001 Burkemont Avenue in Morganton. A full list of fall classes are available by visiting www.wpcc.edu/class-schedules.

Courses are listed by delivery type (online, seated or hybrid) and time (day, evening or B Term).  There are also several Career and College Promise (CCP) classes available to high school juniors or seniors seeking college credit courses that are tuition waived.

Registration for fall classes is open until August 3.  Classes start on August 20.  For more information on fall semester at WPCC, visit www.wpcc.edu/fall.

Western Piedmont Community College is located in the rolling foothills of picturesque Morganton, N.C. and proudly serves the local area by providing accessible, high-quality education that improves lives and promotes growth in the community. The college is one of only five colleges in the North Carolina Community College System achieving an “excellence” level in four of seven mandated performance measures and is guided by the College’s five-year strategic plan focusing on student success, employee development, workforce development, community engagement, and institutional enhancement.   For more information, visit www.wpcc.edu or provide feedback to the College by visiting www.wpcc.edu/feedback.

Media Contact:
Atticus Simpson
828-448-3120
asimpson@wpcc.edu