Meet Your Advisor!

Student Success STARS Center

Are you a new, returning, or change of major student with less than 12 credits completed in your program here at Wilson Community College? During your admissions interview, you will be assigned to meet with our STARS Center advisors. The STARS Center is located in F-103e and we are eager to support your academic journey through advising, registration, and orientation!

College Transfer Advising Center

Are you on an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) college transfer degree program? The College Transfer Advising Center is located in C-200 and we have a whole team of advisors available throughout the year who are dedicated to helping prepare, inspire, and engage students as you complete your degree program. If you are in the College Transfer A.A. or A.S. degree program, visit the College Transfer Advising Center in C-200 or visit any of the College Transfer advisors in their office during their office hours.

Curriculum Faculty Advisors

Once you have successfully completed 12 credit hours in your program (other than College Transfer) here at Wilson Community College you will meet with your curriculum faculty advisor. We are excited to talk with you about your coursework, trends in your program area, and successful transition into your professional career! Not sure who your faculty advisor is? Check with our Student Development staff in F-100 if you have questions. You can also review our Advisor List. To ensure we can provide you the very best service, please schedule your appointment in advance.

Advising Philosophy and Mission

The philosophy of advising at Wilson Community College is to empower students to become responsible for their own academic success. Shared advising responsibilities between students and advisors will promote student growth and development. Students will receive consistent information regarding institutional, general education, and major requirements in order to develop a goal based academic plan that will keep them focused toward degree completion.

Wilson Community College’s academic advising engages students to become responsible for their own academic success by promoting, supporting, and challenging students while achieving their educational and career goals.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will be able to accurately interpret program requirements and degree audit materials in order to make appropriate course selections.
  • Students will use the class schedule and WebAdvisor/Student Planning to select and register for appropriate classes.
  • Students will develop a goal based academic plan for achieving their educational goals.
  • Students will engage with the appropriate College resources as needed to ensure academic success.
  • Students will make contact with their advisor via email, phone, or chat and will receive a response within two business days.