It’s Not Too Late!
Learn about B-Term at WPCC.
B-Term gives you the chance to
spring forward in 2021!
B-Term courses at WPCC are a great way to add a class to your current schedule or to get ahead for the 2021-2022 academic year. Courses begin March 8 and continue for 8 weeks.
* Courses marked with an asterisk are potentially eligible to transfer to public colleges and universities in North Carolina.
Learn more about transfer options with the UNC System.
Here are a few of the courses being offered this spring…
NOTE: New Students must apply for admission by Monday, March 1
to be eligible to register for B-Term classes.
NOTE: New Students must apply for admission by Monday, March 1 to be eligible to register for B-Term classes.
NEW STUDENTS – APPLY
There are four easy steps to help you as a new student Find YOUR Way to an exciting future at WPCC! If you need help completing any of the steps please contact us in the Advising Center in Hildebrand Hall on our main campus at (828) 448-6046 or submit your request at the bottom of the page..
- The WPCC Application Process
- Receive Your Acceptance Letter
- Upon acceptance, access your WPCC student accounts using the steps provided in this video:
2. Transcripts & Placement Tests
- Request Your Official High School, GED/AHS Center and/or College(s) Transcripts
- Have all official high school and college transcripts mailed to the WPCC Admissions Office, 1001 Burkemont Avenue, Morganton, NC 28655.
- Official electronic transcripts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org..
- 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.
- If you received a GED, 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, email it to email@example.com.
- Placement Tests
- WPCC uses multiple methods for placement.
- Learn more about placement testing and exemptions.
- Have questions or need more information? Contact the Director of Career & Testing Services at (828) 448-3155.
3. Pay for College
- Contact our Financial Aid Department at (828) 448-6046 or visit their website to find out what types of financial assistance may be available.
- If you do not qualify for Financial Aid, we offer a convenient monthly Tuition Payment Plan.
- You can also get more information about tuition and fees.
- Contact Your Advisor
- Discuss classes and make a plan for graduation. Your advisor’s contact information can be found in your academic profile located in Pioneer Pass.
- Register for Classes
REGISTER FOR CLASSES
Registering for B-Term classes is different than our traditional method.
- All students will register through Student Services.
- New students must complete the application process before they can register.
- Current WPCC students do not have to see an advisor before registering.
To register, complete the form below and someone from Student Services will be in touch to complete the process. You can also call 828.448.6046 during regular business hours for assistance.
NOTE: REGISTRATION IS MARCH 8, 2021
If you have questions or need more information about B-Term at WPCC, please submit them below and we will be in touch!
PAY FOR COLLEGE
Payment for B-Term classes is due before
5:00 p.m. March 9, 2021.
WPCC offers a payment plan for B-Term classes. It will be available March 8 and March 9. The online payment plan will be available through March 9 at 5:00 p.m. You pay 50% down and the remaining 50% on April 5th. There is a $25 non-refundable fee. Get more information on the payment plan. **If you are currently enrolled in a payment plan for this term, please DO NOT sign up for another payment plan. Instead, contact the Business Office at (828) 448-3106.
Have questions about paying for classes? Like to learn more about opportunities for scholarships, grants, and other forms of assistance? Financial aid can help.