For better course selection and shorter lines, the College encourages all eligible students to early register for classes and use WebAdvisor online registration. Online registration requires new students to have completed the admissions process and been accepted into the College and requires all students, new or continuing, to communicate with, or meet with, their academic advisors PRIOR to registration. Advisors are available during posted office/advising hours and by appointment.
Online registration is open everyday, except from 1:00 am - 5:00 am, when it is closed for processing.
Director of Admissions/Registrar
After meeting with your advisor, log in to WebAdvisor. This can be done from your home computer or from the open lab on campus. Only students that have completed the admissions process can register through WebAdvisor.
You can print out a student copy of your schedule from WebAdvisor but you may also come to the Student Development Center or designated room to pick up your official registration statement. This will have your class schedule information as well as tuition and fee amount due and financial aid award, if applicable. If you are registering for any Distance Learning Courses (TV, NET, or HY), you will need to read the information required for those courses which is available online in the Course Schedule bulletin and in the Student Development Center.
If you are enrolled in less than 12 hours, are in a diploma program, or if you have not received an award letter and need financial aid, you will need to visit Financial Aid after you pick up your registration statement. If you have received a Financial Aid award letter, are enrolled in more than 12 hours, and are in an associate degree program you may not need to go by Financial Aid. If you early register and are approved for financial aid (such as Pell Grant) you must officially withdraw from classes if you are no longer able to attend. Otherwise, your grant will be charged and you may be liable for repayment.
You must pay for your classes at the cashier’s window in Building F (F-101) for your registration to be complete. Even if a sponsor (your employer or other third party) has agreed to pay for your tuition, you still need to go to the cashier’s window to verify this and secure your course schedule. If you do not complete this process, your classes may be purged and you will have to re-register. If you have financial aid (Pell or other grants) that cover all of your tuition costs, you do not have to go to the cashier and your classes will not be purged. (See refund policy) Payment is due by December 16, 2011, for students that have early registered. The College accepts cash, money orders, VISA, and MasterCard in person and accepts checks and money orders through the mail. Please allow extra time for mailed payments, as payment deadlines must be met. Any mailed payment should be addressed to: Cashier, Wilson Community College, P.O. Box 4305, Wilson, NC 27893. Please make sure your name and college ID number is included with your payment and account balance statement.