Students who still want to attend Wayne Community College this fall have one more chance to start the semester.
Registration for “Fall II” condensed college credit courses will be held 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 15 on the college’s main campus in Goldsboro. Tuition and fees must be paid by 4 p.m. on Oct. 16.
Dozens of classes that provide a full semester’s material in an eight-week format will be offered. Some of the available courses are Animal Feeds and Nutrition, Art Appreciation, Swine Herd Management, Painting and Refinishing, Aviation Powerplant Maintenance, Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Human Resource Management, Local Government Finance, Managing Fire Services, American History, Introduction to Computer Numerical Controls (CNC), Principles of Marketing, Networking Concepts, Health System Concepts, World Religions, Developmental Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, World of Work, Social Problems, American Government, Introduction to Ethics, and many more.
Many four-week developmental mathematics and reading/writing courses are also being offered.
A schedule of Fall II courses can be found at www.waynecc.edu/course-schedules/.
Classes offered on campus and the base, as well as distance education courses, start Oct. 17 and end Dec. 14.
Before new students can register, they must complete the admission process. The application and instructions are available at the college’s Web site, and in the Admissions Office on the main campus and the college’s offices on base.
Call (919) 739-6720 or go to www.waynecc.edu for more information.
Wayne Community College is a public, learning-centered institution with an open-door admission policy located in Goldsboro, N.C. As it works to develop a highly skilled and competitive workforce, the college serves 12,000 individuals annually as well as businesses, industry, and community organizations with high quality, affordable, accessible learning opportunities, including more than 70 college credit programs. WCC’s mission is to meet the educational, training, and cultural needs of the communities it serves.