The plan called PIE - The QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan) team has developed a comprehensive advising plan to enhance the advising process. The plan, called PIE, focuses on improving the student learning environment at Wilson Community College and getting students on the right "track". The QEP plan will teach students responsibility, readiness, and resourcefulness through advising connections.
Attention Students! Direct Loan Deadlines: November 7, 2014 is the last day to submit a Direct Loan Request Form. Find out about other deadlines, include November 14 and December 5, 2014
Advance Transportation Tour BMW Plant ~ Six Tours in Two Days Learning can often be a hands on, out of the classroom, adventure. The Wilson Community College (WCC) Advanced Transportation Technology (ATT) program students had a wonderful opportunity this semester.
Dr. Rusty Stephens announced he will retire from his position as president of Wilson Community College (WCC), at the end of July of 2015.
Ron Crouch, Information Technology (IT) Support Technician, has been named as Wilson Community Colleges Staff Person of the Year for the 2014 2015 academic year. For over fifteen years Crouch has been a dedicated employee, often going above and beyond the regular requirements of his position.
The Wilson Community College (WCC) Culinary Arts program is more than learning recipes, it is immersion into the culture of Culinary Arts and the wide variety of opportunities this degree can offer in the food industry.
New opportunity: The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship honors excellence by supporting outstanding community college students with financial need to transfer to and complete their bachelors degrees at the nations top four-year colleges and universities. To apply for this scholarship program, complete the application at http://www.jkcf.org/scholarship-programs/undergraduate-transfer/how-to-apply/