Wilson Community College
A time to learn, grow and connect
Who We Are
No matter where you are on your educational journey, Wilson Community College is a place to find your future. We are more than an accredited community college – we are a place to learn and thrive, a place to pursue academic success, and above all else – we are a community. Learn more about how Wilson Community College has you and your future in mind.
Did you know?
associate degree and diploma programs
in scholarships awarded in 2019
unique continuing education courses offered annually
News & Events
The Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AMI) will prepare you for one […]
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The SGA will be hosting an American Red Cross blood […]
Pell Grant refunds should be available to the students by […]
Wilson Elementary School Camp: June 22-26, 2020 • Wilson Middle […]
The 2020 Greater Wilson Career Fair Wednesday, April 22 • […]
What our students have to say...
Wilson Community College to me is the second chance to change my life and my community.
Growing up in Wilson I didn't value education, I was a high school drop-out and was headed down a bad road. I eventually went to Wilson Community College and earned my GED. I later enrolled as a curriculum student, and it was challenging at first, but I had help from faculty and staff who wanted me to succeed. The help from the institution gave me a foundation to stand on, and I am now on my way to becoming a college graduate. Wilson Community College taught me to believe in myself and chase after my dreams.
I am so thankful to be part of an organization that allows me to grow my mind and as an individual.
I chose Wilson Community College because of the degree programs for Spanish and American Sign Language. This school means a lot to me because when I came here, I did not know what to expect or how I was going to be treated. However, in a matter of moments, I received open arms with warm hearts along with clearly true intentions of making sure every student is successful in the next step in life. I have made new friends, and I feel that I have an extended college family. I am so thankful to be part of an organization that allows me to grow my mind and as an individual.
Without the foundation built at WCC, I would not have been able to transition into a university as smoothly.
Without the foundation built at WCC, I would not have been able to transition into a university as smoothly…Wilson Community College prepared me for my time at UNC-Chapel Hill, which I would not have gotten coming straight from high school. The small classes and interpersonal communications with professors made it easy to excel.