Fall 2018 at WPCC
Enroll now through August 3.
Don’t Wait…Enroll for Fall at WPCC!
Let Western Piedmont Community College help you realize your dream. Whether you want to start a career, get job skills, or transfer to another college or university, our classes, programs, faculty and staff will help you learn the skills you need for the job you want.
You don’t have to wait until August to begin. While classes don’t begin until August 20, now is a great time to make your plans to enroll at WPCC. There are 4 Steps to Enroll at WPCC listed below that will lead you through the process of becoming a student. You can ask questions and get help by sending us a comment through our online form or call us at 828.448.6031.
We look forward to talking with you and seeing you on campus! Let’s get started!!
Fall Registration Continues Through August 3.
Attending WPCC This Fall
Visit the Advising Center in Hildebrand Hall, Main Campus [map], or call 828.448.6031 for help enrolling.
There are four easy steps to enroll for classes this summer at WPCC.
- Complete an Application for Admission
- Establish your residency status: North Carolina Residency Determination Service. Use your valid Residency Certification Number (RCN) to apply.
- Apply online. For assistance e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Choose program of study.
- Non-degree seeking students, please select Undecided/Visiting Student (T90990).
- Receive Your Acceptance E-mail
You will receive an e-mail once your application has been processed. It will include your student ID number and WPCC student access ID.
2. Placement Tests & Transcripts
- Take the Placement Test
- Learn more about our placement testing and exemptions.
- Contact the Advising Center 828.448.6046 to schedule an appointment for testing.
- Request Your Official High School, GED/AHS Center, and/or College(s) Transcripts
- Send transcripts to:
Mail: Admissions Office, 1001 Burkemont Avenue, Morganton, NC 28655
- If you received your Adult High School Diploma from WPCC, please download, fill out and submit a Transcript Request Form (PDF file open with the free Adobe Reader software) and have the transcript sent to the Admissions Office.
- Request your official high school equivalency transcript by going to the GED Testing Service website and selecting the state where you tested. If you have the option to submit the transcript electronically, have it e-mailed to email@example.com.
3. Pay for College
- Contact Financial Aid at (828) 448-6046 or visit the Financial Aid web page for information regarding assistance.
- A convenient monthly Tuition Payment Plan is also available.