A New Year...A Better You


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Success at UNC

WPCC graduate completes degree
in communications and seeks
to work with refugees.



Find YOUR Way at WPCC.

Western Piedmont Community College offers more than 100 programs of study leading to a degree, diploma, and/or certificate. Whether you’re looking to transfer to another college or university, obtain new skills for a new career, earn a credential to help you find employment, or simply take classes just for yourself, we have options to help you find your way. To learn more details on our programs, services and what to do to get started, select the type of student below that best describes you. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to seeing you on campus!

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Current Students

Select this option if you are currently attending WPCC for updates on college events.
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New Students

New to WPCC? Here’s everything you need to know about becoming a student.
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Returning Students

If you’ve attended WPCC before but haven’t enrolled recently, get started here.
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High School Students

Are you a high school student? Earn college credit at WPCC before you graduate. Here’s how.
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Service to your country offers special programs for your education. Find out more.
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Continuing Education

Looking for short-term, non-credit classes for job skills or personal enjoyment? Continuing Education is for you!
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Finish High School

Seeking opportunities to finish high school? At WPCC, we have options for you.
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Learn English

Seeking to learn English as a Second Language (ESL)? WPCC can help.

In the News…

Prepare Now to Start WPCC in January


Campaign Starts With Freedom Class Gift


Immigrant Builds Future Through WPCC


48 Day Film Project Is Underway


Cannon Grant Helps Fund New Building


November Small Business Center Classes


BLET Applications Due December 18


WPCC Hosts Visiting Artist November 6


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WPCC will close today at 3:00 pm. We will reopen on Monday, November November 30. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Academic Success Center will be closed on Wednesday, November 25. The College will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Academic Success Center will be closed on Wednesday, November 25. ... See MoreSee Less

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The purpose of the Natural Science Club (NSC) is to enlighten and educate students in an enjoyable manner about the three major branches of the natural sciences: physical, life, and earth. To fulfill this purpose, we perform experiments, do "myth-busters", attend field trips, engage in science fellowship, and enjoy refreshments in our weekly meetings held on Fridays in Patton Hall, Room 101 from 12 - 1:15 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

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Get involved! WPCC offers many clubs and opportunities for students--learn more at this week's Student Success Workshop. ... See MoreSee Less

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A new year. A better you. Start now at www.wpcc.edu/spring/. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come see us at the Chamber's 3rd Annual Business Showcase at the Old Armory until 7 pm tonight!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Click or tap the page image above to see photos from the Fall Scholarship Reception, student shots around campus, and more!

By The Numbers…

Western Piedmont Community College is among the top 10 North Carolina community colleges in students completing their curriculum coursework.

Here are some other numbers of interest:



WPCC students are satisfied with instruction in their major program.



Percent of full-time employees who gave to WPCC’s 2015-16 Annual Giving Campaign.



2014 Medical Assisting graduates passed the national exam for a CMA credential.