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Morganton, NC
–New students planning to attend Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) this fall should have admission and financial aid applications, official transcripts, and placement test scores submitted as soon as possible.

“Submitting all information now will help to ensure that new students will have a smooth introduction to our campus and are fully prepared before Fall Semester begins,” said Susan Williams, dean of students. “After submitting an application, students will receive a letter by mail detailing the next steps to completing a mandatory orientation for new students only.”

To begin the enrollment process, students must complete and submit a WPCC admission application which can be completed online visiting www.wpcc.edu/fall.  Printable applications are also available by visiting Student Services in Hildebrand Hall on the College’s campus at 1001 Burkemont Avenue in Morganton.

Students seeking financial aid must complete a Financial Aid application first by visiting www.fafsa.gov. The Federal School Code for WPCC is 002982. More information about financial aid is also available by visiting www.wpcc.edu/fall.

For a complete listing of Fall Semester courses, visit www.wpcc.edu/fall and select Class Schedules.

For additional questions about registration, please call the Student Services Advising Center at (828) 448-6046.

Fall Semester classes begin on Wednesday, Aug. 19.

WPCC complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make every effort to honor reasonable requests made by individuals with qualifying disabilities. Accommodations must be requested three business days in advance of school events or activities through the Office of Disability Services in Room 136 Hildebrand Hall or call (828) 448-3154.

Western Piedmont Community College is situated in the picturesque rolling foothills of Morganton, North Carolina, and has served the citizens of Burke County since 1964. Each year, more than 10,700 students pursue personal enrichment, new skills for a job or career, high school diplomas, college degrees, and transfer pathways. To enroll in curriculum classes, apply online or visit the Western Piedmont campus to apply in person.