Welcome to Wilson Community College!
The intent of this web based New Student Orientation is to welcome you to the college community and to encourage you to be mindful of a few key areas of college/student interaction. If we can help you avoid some of the pitfalls others have found, that’d be great too.
At this point, you should have completed the admissions process including:
- Submitting an admissions application
- Requesting an official copy of your high school transcript or GED scores and official copies of any previous college-level courses you have successfully completed for evaluation for transfer credits
- Taken placement tests that are designed to assist students and their academic advisors to register for courses for which they are academically prepared. This step may have been unnecessary if you submitted qualifying scores on the SAT, ACT, have previous transferable college credits, or qualifying high school GPA and coursework within the last five years.
- Completed an admissions interview with a College counselor.
- If you are dependent on financial aid (FA) to pay for your tuition, fees, books, and supplies, early application for federal or state aid through submission of a FAFSA should have already been completed. The FA process can be time consuming, so applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early and take necessary steps to make sure your award is approved well before the regular registration period.