Registering for Classes
WCC allows students to register for classes through the Student Information System at “My.WCC.” Students are strongly encouraged to see their academic advisor or a counselor before registering for classes to make sure that they are taking the correct classes for their program of studies.
If you have problems with registration, you may use the AskWCC link or call the WCC Admissions Office at (276) 223-4701.
Academic Advisors are available to assist you in the development of meaningful educational plans to help you achieve your goals, whether it is to continue your education at a four-year college or university, to prepare for immediate entry into the job market, or to develop skills for career advancement or personal growth. Advisors can assist you with the selection of appropriate courses and advise you about your curriculum reinforcing your self-sufficiency and self-direction.
New students will be advised by counselors in the Student Services 1 Stop (lower level of Bland Hall) during the first semester they enroll.
After that, all curricular students will be assigned a faculty advisor who will assist them in scheduling classes, making schedule changes (add/drop) and completing withdrawals from classes.
The faculty advisor may also assist students with academic, vocational, educational and/or personal concerns, but will refer students to counseling as needed.
Students should maintain regular contact with advisors. The advisor completes the graduation certification for his or her advisees, so regular contact is of the utmost importance.
Programs of Study
Request a Transcript
Requesting an Official Transcript
WCC has partnered with Parchment to provide online ordering and electronic delivery of official student transcripts. We require all online requests be made through Parchment. A student is no longer able to request an official transcript through SIS (MyWCC). Students must fulfill all financial obligations to the college before any transcript requests will be processed.
Requesting an Unofficial Transcript
Students may view/download an unofficial transcript online through MyWCC:
- Log into MyWCC
- Click SIS
- Click Academic Records
- Click View Unofficial Transcript
For questions or assistance, please contact the Admissions office at (276) 223-4760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the Academic calendar to see important dates like registration hours, last days to add/drop classes, breaks, final exams and more.