Welcome to WCC! Anyone who is 18 or older or who has obtained a high school diploma or the equivalent may be admitted to the College. Special consideration is given to others on a case-by-case basis. The staff of the WCC Admissions Office is available to assist students in completing an application and submitting the information needed to determine student eligibility.
- Apply to WCC by one of the following methods:
- Apply online
- Download an application and complete the paper form
- Obtain an application form from the WCC Admissions Office located on campus in Bland Hall Room 214 and return it to:
Wytheville Community College
1000 East Main Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
- Request a mailed application by contacting the WCC Admissions Office at (276) 223-4701.
ATTENTION HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS:
There are special admissions requirements for WCC Health Professions Programs.
Applicants to Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nursing (RN), and Physical Therapy Assistant programs, please click here to access the Health Professions Application and information packet. Please note that admission to these programs is selective and the application deadline is February 15.
Observation hours are required for application to the Dental Hygiene and Physical Therapy Assistant programs. Please click here to access the Observation Hours Completion Form.
Applicants to the LPN program, please click here to access the Practical Nursing Application and information packet. The LPN program is wait list based.
Applicants to the LPN to RN Bridge program, please click here to access the Nursing Advanced Placement Bridge – LPN to RN Transition Application and information packet. Admission to the LPN to RN Bridge program is selective and the application deadline is November 1.
The Health Professions Requirements Grid summarizes the requirements for admission to each Health Professions Program.
- Request Transcripts
Students should request official transcripts from all colleges and universities that they have previously attended and have those transcripts sent directly to the Admissions Office at the address above. Please note that students transferring from other Virginia community colleges do not need to submit official transcripts from those community colleges.
- Apply for Financial Aid
Many WCC students qualify for federal and state aid to help cover educational costs. Students should file for Financial Aid online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information, refer to the Financial Aid webpage.
- Take a Placement Test
Placement tests help show students what levels of math and English a student may need.
Who is required to take placement tests?
- New students who are seeking a degree or entering a program of study
- Students planning to receive financial aid
- Students planning to enroll in the first semester of math or English courses
- Meet with an Advisor
Transfer students are encouraged to see an academic advisor in the Academic Resource Center when first enrolling at WCC. Students may contact the Admissions Office or the Academic Resource Center to find out who their faculty advisor is.
- Choose a Program of Study
WCC offers a wide variety of academic programs of study to help students prepare for careers or to transfer to other colleges and universities.
All students receiving Financial Aid are required to be enrolled in a program of study.
Please note that students wishing to take only a few courses at WCC to transfer back to their primary college or university (transient students) do not need to enroll in a program of study.
- Register for Classes
Students may register for classes online through MyWCC.
- Pay for Classes
Students may pay for their tuition in one of the following ways:
- Pay online through MyWCC.
- Pay in person at the WCC Business Office in Bland Hall.
- Pay by mail. Send a check or money order to:
WCC Business Office
1000 East Main Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
- New Student Orientation
Prior to the beginning of fall, spring and summer semesters, all new students are invited to attend New Student Orientation. This program includes introductions to and brief remarks by administrators and club sponsors, financial aid guidelines, deadlines and policies for charging textbooks, and discussion regarding the importance of making satisfactory academic progress. Orientation staff distribute student resource packets, as well as offering breakout sessions with division faculty, specific training workshops on activating student email, FERPA information, registering for course labs and an overview of Blackboard, our web-based course management system.
This program also provides students and their family with an overview of WCC’s policies, programs and services that will aid students in becoming successful. New Student Orientation also gives students an opportunity to get acclimated to the college and its surroundings and finalize class schedules and financial aid prior to the start of the semester. It is recommended that all first-time students attend New Student Orientation. If students have attended other institutions, it is recommended that they attend as student information systems and policies and procedures may differ from one institution to another.
For more information about the next orientation, please call 223-4758.