Orientation is an important part of your Wilson Community College experience. All new students and re-admitted students are required to attend mandatory new student orientation. At orientation, you will learn about paying for college, registration for classes, community standards, safety on campus, and resources that are designed to help you succeed.
We offer several two hour orientation programs (held in the STARS Center, building F, room 103e) which allows you to meet other new students, learn about the technology we use on campus, and hear about the people on campus that will help support and guide you through the completion of your program.
If you are unable to attend an on-campus orientation, you may enroll in the online program. The online program is designed to be at-your-own-pace and is offered through Moodle (our online learning management system). To complete the online orientation, you must receive a 100% on the final quiz).
Students will have a registration hold on their account until they complete orientation. Attend early so you receive the information you need to succeed and you will be able to register on time for the next semester.
Seeing your Academic Advisor throughout the year will help you stay on track with program requirements and ensure you are on the pathway to graduation and/or certificate completion.
Your advisor contact information is located on the bottom of your Admissions Interview sheet. You will either be advised through the College Transfer Advising Center, the STARS Center in F-103e, or a department faculty advisor.
If you have questions about who your advisor is, please feel free to call the STARS Center at (252) 246-1219.