MARCH 20, 2020 – UPDATED PROCEDURES DUE TO COVID-19
Counseling Services will be available remotely by phone or a secure video conferencing platform. Please call 919 739-6732 for services.
Testing for general admission purposes will cease until further notice. Please refer to this page for updates. Allied Health Interviews are being conducted by phone. Deadline for limited admission programs were extended by two weeks as of this update. Please see the Allied Health Limited Programs page for additional information.
The center will not be open for walk-ins or face to face meetings with students.
If you have an appointment scheduled with a counselor please email or call your counselor to discuss your delivery method preference.
- Dee Foss, Disability Counselor, 919 739-6729
- Elvira Johnson, Career Counselor, 919 739-7005
- Melanie Jenkins, Clinical Counselor, 919 739-6732
The Wayne Community College counseling staff is here to assist you in all parts of the college experience, from the very beginning, right up to graduation. We do make appointments, but drop ins are always welcome. Placement testing, personal counseling and working with students with special needs are a few of the services we offer and if we can’t answer your question, we usually know who can. Helping you navigate a successful college experience is what we are all about, so always feel free to stop by.
At the start of your educational path at Wayne, you will need to take placement tests in math, reading, English, and computer literacy. These placement tests are designed to help you be successful by placing you in the appropriate courses to meet your needs. Please visit the Placement Testing page for testing dates, information and review documents.
WCC Release of Placement Test Score Information
The Federal Privacy Act requires written consent from students before the college can release their placement test scores. Please complete the Release of Placement Test Scores Form and mail or fax it to Counseling Services. Our mailing address and fax number are on the form for your convenience.
Please allow at least 24 hours from the time of request before attempting to pick up your placement test scores in person.
College can be an exciting time of new challenges and new problems. If you find yourself overwhelmed with issues like stress or family matters, a licensed therapist is available to help you. Community referrals are made when deemed necessary.
Here you will find a list of resources that include local contacts for Emergency Shelters and Services, Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Transportation and more. You will also find online resources for Career Information, College Connections, Counseling Sites, Financial Aid, Disability Services, Testing, and more.
Counselor- Clinical Services
919 739 7005
Career Pathways Specialist