Winter Semester Starts 12/2/19

Are you looking for an opportunity to earn course credit over the winter break? If so, Wilson Community College is here for you.

A Winter semester with 5 week online courses will run from December 2, 2019 – January 3, 2020.

Important Dates

  • Registration for this term is November 4-27, 2019. Payment is due by 4:00 p.m. on November 27, 2019.
  • Classes start December 2, 2019.
  • Last day to request a refund is December 4, 2019

Courses Offered

Section Instructor
ACC-120-MMNT1 Stephanie Meadows
BIO-111-MMNT1 Lee Anne Daughtry
BIO-168-MMNT1 Mickey Adams
BIO-169-MMNT1 Jarrett DeVine
BIO-275-MMNT1 Leslie Harrell
BUS-110-MMNT1 Brent Wynne
CIS-110-MMNT1 Martin Holloway
ECO-251-MMNT1 Alan Leonard
EDU-151-MMNT1 Lori Coburn
EDU-261-MMNT1 Lori Coburn
HIS-132-MMNT1 Jeff Wilhelm
HUM-115-MMNT1 Tom Riley
MAT-152-MMNT1 Travis Flewelling
MUS-112-MMNT1 Sandy Pittman
PSY-150-MMNT1 Joseph Dlugos
SOC-210-MMNT1 Angela Decuzzi
SPA-111-MMNT1 Luis Benavent

The College reserves the right to cancel classes with low enrollment.

  • Go to and select “Complete Residency Determination”
    • Follow the steps to obtain a residency certification number (RCN).
    • Note that if you are already enrolled at a North Carolina college or university, you should use the same RCN number you used to register at that institution.
  • Submit an online application for admission at
    • Please note the username and password used to complete the residency determination and to complete the online application for admission will be the same. In addition, you will be unable to submit your application for admission without the RCN.
    • If you are taking courses to transfer to a university, when selecting a program during the application process, choose “special credit”.
  • Meeting Pre-requisite Requirements
    • If a course has pre-requisites, you must provide proof of completion of the required pre-requisite through an official or unofficial college transcript.
    • To take English and Math courses, you must provide one of the following:
      • A high school transcript with a graduation date within the last ten years and a minimum 2.8 GPA.
      • Qualifying placement test scores taken within the last ten years.
      • Qualifying ACT or SAT scores taken within the last ten years.
      • A college transcript with proof of completion of all required development coursework or completion of an equivalent college level Math or English course that has been evaluated and approved by the Director of Enrollment Services/Registrar.

How to Register

Contact any advisor in student development in Building F to register. Registration can be done in person, by phone, or through email.

Hours Available to Register: Mon-Thurs 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Fri 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Tuition and Fees

The cost for in-state tuition and fees is $269.54 for a three-credit-hour course, and $347.72 for a four-credit-hour course. This does not include the cost of textbooks. For more information on Tuition and Fees visit the Tuition and Fees link.

Since most students taking Winter semester courses will be classified as special credit (non-degree seeking), financial aid may not apply. Students should be prepared to pay out-of-pocket, see payment due dates below.

  • Payment for Winter Session courses is due by 4:00 p.m. on November 27, 2019.

For students who receive financial aid, Winter semester courses are included in measuring Satisfactory Academic Progress, even if financial aid is not used to cover the cost of tuition and fees.

Getting Started in your Online Class

Student Login Information

  • You can access all technology services through the links at the top of the WCC website at
  • Students taking online courses access their course materials through Moodle.
    • Username – firstname initial, lastname initial, last four digits of WCC Student ID number.
    • Moodle Username Example: jd3456
    • Email (Office 365) Username Example:
    • Default Password – uppercase first letter of lastname, lowercase second letter of last name, 6-digit birthdate.
    • Default Password Example: Do052478
  • Your WCC Student ID can be found on your registration form, schedule, or Student ID card.

Technology Support Services

Moodle and Online Learning

  • Moodle is where students login to access coursework and complete course evaluations for curriculum courses.
  • Internet access is required for all curriculum courses.
  • Courses will be available in Moodle on the first day of the term, December 2, 2019 by 8:00 a.m.
  • Enrollment Verification – All students taking online courses must login to Moodle and complete an activity in each online course by the census date  (December 4, 2019) in order to verify enrollment and remain in the course. Failure to complete an activity in Moodle by the census date in each online course will result in being dropped from the course.
  • Moodle 101 Student Training is recommended for all students to become familiar with how to navigate and submit activities through Moodle. Go to, login, and click the Moodle 101 Student Training.

For admissions and registration information contact:


Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations to the following students who completed graduation requirements during the Summer 2019 semester!

Name Degree Major
Adalinda Arias Rebollar Diploma Accounting and Finance
Yashica Bakesh Atkinson Associate in Applied Science Medical Office Administration
Kristen Leigh Bailey Diploma Surgical Technology
Pearson James Bannen Associate in Arts College Transfer
Keiondra Ceylon Dezshonta Batts Associate in Arts College Transfer
Heather Nicole Bryant Associate in Applied Science Medical Office Administration – Patient Services Representative
Bethany Jewel Cone Diploma Accounting
Bethany Jewel Cone Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Demetrius Tiakim Labourise Cox Associate in Arts College Transfer
Elaina Amanda Crespo Diploma Practical Nursing
Magen LeAnna Cross Diploma Practical Nursing
Jaysa Luann Davis Diploma Surgical Technology
Lamia Tashawn Ewell Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Tatyana Tashell Forbes Associate in Arts College Transfer
Alexus Michelle Grimes Associate in Applied Science Medical Office Administration
Sharyn Nicole Guox Diploma Surgical Technology
Stefany Hayes Associate in Arts College Transfer
Ebony Evelyn Hicks Diploma Surgical Technology
Crystal Gail Jacobs Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Crystal Gail Jacobs Diploma Accounting
Marshall Logan Jenkins Diploma Practical Nursing
Amanda Leigh Johnson Diploma Practical Nursing
Rachel Elaine Johnson Diploma Surgical Technology
Morgan Pauline Jones Diploma Practical Nursing
Melissa Renee Keyes Diploma Surgical Technology
Samantha Stocks Lamm Diploma Practical Nursing
Alexis A. Letchworth Associate in Applied Science Office Administration – Office Assistant/Bookkeeping
Magaly Martinez Diploma Practical Nursing
Jose T. Martins Associate in Arts College Transfer
Cynthia Blizzard McKnight Associate in Applied Science School-Age Education
Tashaya Monique Miller Associate in Applied Science Early Childhood Education
Brittany Wiggs Monts de Oca Diploma Surgical Technology
Kimberly Marie Moody Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Jordan Caleb Newcomb Diploma Electrical Systems Technology
Aleyzia Zhane Parks Associate in Arts College Transfer
Kayla Blair Pittman Associate in Science College Transfer
Shaquanna Monique Pollard Diploma Practical Nursing
Elisandra G. Quiroz Associate in Applied Science Paralegal Technology
Jennifer Elizabeth Rodriguez Garcia Diploma Practical Nursing
Shauntay Monique Royal Diploma Practical Nursing
William Blount Sauls Associate in Applied Science Information Technology – IT Support
Brittney Joyce Sherriod Associate in Applied Science Early Childhood Education
Shantae Nicole Smith Diploma Surgical Technology
Tisha Smith Associate in Applied Science Early Childhood Education
DeCraig Lamont Staton Associate in Applied Science Applied Engineering Technology
Hannah Nicole Strickland Associate in Applied Science Criminal Justice Technology
Jamee’ Shaurielle Taft Diploma Accounting
Jacob Daniel Turner Associate in Applied Science Fire Protection Technology
Olivia Ann Warren Associate in Applied Science Early Childhood Education
Bobby Carlton Webb, II Diploma Automotive Systems Technology
Cikiethia Ikea Wells Associate in Applied Science Criminal Justice Technology
Tiffany Gwen Whitehorne Diploma Practical Nursing
Kaitlan Shianne Williams Diploma Practical Nursing

Visit Spain in 2020


Visit Spain June 29 – July 8, 2020

Imagine yourself exploring Barcelona, Madrid, and Andalucia. Join Wilson Community College on this exciting travel abroad trip to Spain.


Why Travel?

In an increasingly globalized world, it’s crucial that students experience and understand the world’s many diverse cultures. Through educational travel, students can contextualize academic subjects and get a firsthand perspective on international issues, building essential problem-solving skills while adapting to a new environment. This results in life-changing experiences for students. Educational travel takes lessons out of the classroom and into the world while enriching students to help them become informed global citizens

Faculty Travel Abroad Program Coordinator and Group Leader, Mr. Luis Benavent,at La Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, Spain
The Faculty Travel Abroad Program Coordinator and Group Leader, Mr. Luis Benavent, visited La Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, Spain while on vacation with his family. Designed by famous Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí, its construction began in 1882 but was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War. It is anticipated that the building will be completed by 2026 – the centenary of Gaudí’s death. Join Wilson Community College next year on our trip to Spain to visit this amazing site and learn more about the culture and history of Spain.

Students who travel abroad:

  • Attain higher degrees
  • Graduate with higher college GPAs
  • Have higher salaries
  • Travel more often
  • Are more attractive job candidates
  • Are 4x more likely to travel on overseas business

Every tour includes:

  • Roundtrip transportation
  • Ground transportation
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Select meals & activities
  • Day excursions
  • Full-time Tour Director


“After my European trip with Explorica I feel like a changed person. The biggest thing I have learned from this trip is that the world really doesn’t just revolve around the United States. There is so much more to see out there. Each country was different in its own way, whether it was a language barrier, cultural difference or scenery change. It was definitely the best investment of my life and helped me make memories that will last a lifetime.” – James, Community College Student

Faculty Travel Abroad Coordinator

“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
-Saint Augustine
WCC Travel Abroad Facebook page  

Like our page for official updates and exclusive sneak peeks!


Tour Itinerary and Details

Day 1 – Start Tour
Day 2 – Hola Barcelona
Visit Sagrada Familia!
  • Meet your tour director and check into hotel
  • Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia visit
  • Paella dinner
Day 3 – Barcelona Landmarks
  • Barcelona city walk
    • Mercat de la Boquería, Las Ramblas, Columbus Monument
  • Casa Milà (La Pedrera) visit
  • Montserrat guided excursion
Day 4 –  Barcelona–Madrid
  • Travel to Madrid via Zaragoza

    Enjoy Madrid!
    Enjoy Madrid!
  • Basilica of the Virgin of Pilar visit
Day 5 Madrid Landmarks
  • Madrid guided sightseeing tour
    • Calle Mayor, Gran Vía, Cibeles Fountain, Puerta de Alcalá, Columbus Square, Royal Palace visit
  • Optional Toledo guided excursion ($70)
    • Toledo Cathedral visit, Church of Santo Tomé, St. Mary’s Synagogue
  • Tapas dinner
Day 6 Madrid–Seville
  • Travel to Córdoba by AVE train
  • Mezquita guided visit
  • Travel to Seville
Day 7 Seville Landmarks
  • Seville city walk
    • Barrio de Santa Cruz
  • Seville guided sightseeing tour
    • Giralda Tower, Alcázar visit, Columbus’ gravesite, Seville Cathedral visit
  • Bullring visit
  • Flamenco evening

    Visit the Alhambra!
Day 8 Seville–Costa del Sol
  • Travel to Costa del Sol via Granada
  • Alhambra guided visit
Day 9 Costa del Sol Beach Time
  • Optional Morocco guided excursion ($135)
    • Ferry to Ceuta, panoramic view of Ceuta,
      Tétouan sightseeing tour, authentic lunch
Day 10 End Tour



“Students who travel abroad develop global citizenship skills – educational travel abroad tours prepare them for their future careers.”



Round-trip airfare, all transportation, sightseeing tours and site
visits, all hotels with private bathroom, on-tour tipping, breakfast
and dinner daily, full-time multi-lingual tour director.


Travelers under 23 years $3,518.00*

Travelers 23 and above $4,003.00*

*Save $150! Sign up by 3/14/2019 and use code Benavent2020 at

enrollment to lock in this discounted price!

  1. Go to the Explorica tour site ( and click “Sign
    up now. ”
  2. Fill out the application info and Emergency Contact info on
    the CONTACT page. Click Next.
  3. Select your choice for the optional Travel Protection Plan on
    the INSURANCE page. Click Next.
  4. Review the optional excursions, rooming & travel plans on the
    CUSTOMIZATION page. Simply select any of the options you
    wish to have. Click Next.
  5. Choose a payment plan and method that is most convenient
    for you on the PAYMENT page. If applicable, click “I have a
    voucher code”, enter voucher code in box, and click Redeem.
    Click Next.
  6. Review all of your info and tick the boxes to confirm all of the
    legal info on the CONFIRMATION page. Click “submit
    application” to complete enrollment.


  • Travel Protection Plan: $12/day
    ~Covers most on-tour emergencies*
  • Travel Protection Plan Plus: $18/day
    ~Same as above and includes a “Cancel for any Reason” benefit*

*Please go to for full details regarding the travel
protection plans coverage.


Monthly Automated Plan:

  • $50 Deposit (and optional travel protection) paid upon
  • Billed automatically to your credit card or checking
  • Balance divided into equal monthly payments

Full Payment Plan:

  • Pay in full at time of enrollment.

4-Step Manual Plan (not automatic):

  • $99 Deposit (and optional travel protection) paid upon
  • 30 days after registration, 2nd payment of $500 is due
  • 75% of your balance due 105 days prior to departure
  • Remainder balance due 65 days prior to departure

Travel Tips and Resources

  • Place colorful matching tags on all your luggage to make it easy to pick out on the luggage carousel.
  • Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Make a copy or two of your passport and give it to your leader (just in case).
  • Learn a few phrases of the local languages such as, “Hello, my name is ______” or “Where is the bathroom”.
  • Bring a good camera.
  • How to get a passport
  • How to handle jet lag
  • Packing light

Forms and Waivers

Fill out each form completely and return to Luis Benavent.


Nontraditional Career Paths

Choosing a career that matches your strengths will allow you to experience much greater job satisfaction. Could a Nontraditional career path be the right choice for you?

The term ‘nontraditional careers’ refers to jobs that have been traditionally filled by one specific gender. The U.S. Department of Labor defines Nontraditional Occupations as “occupations for which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in that occupation”.

Explore a nontraditional career path at Wilson Community College and envision yourself in a career you never dreamed of!

Apply Today

Submit an online application for admission today. We’re here to help you every step of the way.

Continuing Education Scholarship

The Division of Continuing Education has scholarships available for students taking Cosmetology, Nurse Aide I & II, and Bioworks courses.

Student Eligibility: To be considered for this scholarship program, a student must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen and a North Carolina resident.
  • Be in one of the following target groups: unemployment insurance claimants, unemployed & underemployed adults, member of the NC National Guard, or military veterans & spouses. Note: Underemployed will be defined as individuals earning 200% below the federal poverty level. Preference will be given to students with limited or no access to financial aid from other programs.
  • Be enrolled in a short-term training program (96 hours or more) that leads to a state-regulated or industry-recognized credential that is offered through Continuing Education.
  • Not be a Director, employee or family member of an employee of the State Employees’ Credit Union or SECU Foundation.
  • Provide verification of income (Provide one of the following: Tax Return, W2, Pay Stub, *Non Filing Status Letter from the IRS). Students without demonstrated incomes may use an alternative documentation from the Department of Social Services, Local/Public Housing Authority, and/or local homeless shelters to prove eligibility.

All applications must be submitted by April 26, 2018.

SECU Scholarship Application

For more information, contact: Jane Elliott • • 252-246-1253


SECU Foundation: People Helping People          NC Community Colleges: Creating Success


President’s and Dean’s List – Summer 2019

Congratulations to the Summer 2019 students that made the President’s and the Dean’s List!

President’s List students achieved a GPA of 4.0 after final grades were posted for the semester.

Kristen L. Bailey
Laura L. Barnes
Tiffany R. Barnes
Betty C. Barton
Rashanda S. Battle
Chaniqua T. Blackston
Mia W. Blanton
Kaitlyn B. Borja
Susan L. Bottoms
Trinity  Carter
Casey D. Chavis
David R. Christman
Faith H. Church
Brittney M. Collins III
Alexa R. Davis
Allison G. Davis
Hannah  Davis
Jaysa L. Davis
Kata S. Davis
Emily G. Day
Maria D. De
Bobbie L. Futch
Abigail F. Garcia
Edwards D. Garcia
Jennifer K. Garrett
Mary L. Garris
Jerell P. Gibson
Stacey L. Grimsley
Kara V. Guido
Asa J. Gunter,
Michaela N. Hankins
Rhonda L. Hare
Shaelyn J. Harold
Richard L. Harrison,
Jacob  Heintz
Ebony E. Hicks
Teddy R. Holland
Abigail  Horner
Julie L. Huckaby
Alicia M. Hyden
Talvious J. Jenkins
Nancy J. Kalu
Brianna C. Kelley
Kaitlyn A. Kelly
Sierra N. Leaston
Guang K. Lin
Mercedes  Madrie
Thomas R. Massengill
Michaeyla A. McIver
Kirsten P. Miller
Kimani L. Monk
Brittany W. Monts
Hailey J. Morgan
Mary Grace A. Morgan
Gisell H. Murrieta Jesus Loiz
Jennifer M. Myers
Jordan  Newcomb
Allen M. Norman
Lauren B. Pate
Jennifer C. Paul
Ashley F. Pittman
Noelle D. Pope
Julie C. Porter de Oca
Shavonda Q. Pugh
Adalinda Arias Rebollar
Amya D. Reid
Jonathan Urieta Rodriguez
Noah P. Rogers
Renato  Romero,
Lionel  Santiago-Vasquez
Brittney J. Sherriod
Keifer P. Snedeker
Abbey M. Suelter
Aminata  Tambajang Jr.
Janiah T. Taylor
Rachel K. Trautman Jr.
Jacqueline D. Troublefield
Anderson T. Vanlandingham
Brandon M. Watson
Harrison A. Watson
Davon E. Whitley
Amyah N. Wiley
Derek C. Wilson
Anna J. Windham
Graceanne E. Winslow
Sara M. Wocher
Stacy C. Woodard
Madison B. Worley


Dean’s List students achieved a GPA of 3.5-3.99 after final grades were posted for the semester.

Stephen M. Abrams
Leetasha S. Anderson
Dominique D. Baines
Yaquelin  Baza-Cruz
Alice J. Blackwell
Jamelah L. Bounedjar
Teresa N. Bulluck
Gabriel C. Bunn
Francisco  Campos
Rakia V. Canty
Haili J. Chinique
Angela J. Christie
Zachary N. Currie
Desire S. Daniels
Dwight T. David
Jose D. Delgado
Brianna L. Edwards
Jessmin J. Evans
Renesha M. Fields
Shantae M. Floyd
Lucas D. Foster
Latoya R. Greene
Amanda K. Griffin
Alexus M. Grimes
Jacob A. Gudac
Azalia D. Guerra
Sharyn N. Guox
Bethany S. Gurley
Samuel G. Guthrie
Rachel R. Hamilton
Lauren A. Harris
Brewer J. Hawley
Bria N. Hinnant
Amanda L. Hogue
Kalvin D. Howie
Crystal G. Jacobs
Morgan E. Johnson
Various A. Jones
Robert T. Joyner
Christopher G. Lane
Katelyn A. Letchworth
Brandon A. Livermore
Kaytlyn M. Long
Shane S. Matrejek
Dominique C. McNeil
Hamid El Messaoudi
Christopher D. Miller
Dylan T. Minshew
Tanner S. Moats
Trinity M. Mobley
Shineque L. Mosby
Deja B. Mulcahy
Faye M. Overman
Omari I. Perez
Antonio  Peru
Logan W. Pierce
Dontarius L. Pitt
Kiara A. Riley
Christina L. Robbins
Joselinee E. Rodriguez
Toni M. Sanford
Jamar  Scales
Jebronis L. Silver
Allison P. Smith
Angel L. Thompson
Evan D. Thornton
Shameka M. Tucker
Bria M. Ward
Olivia A. Warren
Reginald L. Webb
Zina Z. Weston
Sharda R. Wilkes
Alyson C. Williams
William C. Wolk, Jr.

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