Current Operating Status
WCC is conducting as many Spring 2021 courses as possible via synchronous online delivery. Others are being provided as hybrids (a combination of in-person and online instruction). Those courses and labs that are being taught face-to-face have reduced capacity to ensure distancing between individuals.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, all who work, study, or conduct any business on the campus or in its facilities must pass through a drive-through COVID-19 screening tent. The questionnaire-and-temperature-check screenings will be required of every person, every time they enter the campus or the college’s portion of the Wayne Executive Jetport.
As of June 26, 2020, Wayne Community College began requiring that students, employees, and visitors wear face coverings when on campus except when safely distanced outdoors. This directive will remain in place until further notice.
CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund
The Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) was signed into law to provide financial support (economic relief) to students who were impacted by the interruption of classes due to the pandemic emergency.
Academic and Student Services
Many student services are available on campus.
Academic Skills Center/Tutoring Labs (Writing Center, Math Supplemental Instruction, and Accounting/Business Lab)
Online tutoring is available 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. on Fridays. Go to the ASC web page for directions. Virtual tutoring sessions are conducted with chat, voice, and video.
The Academic Testing Center will open on the following schedule for Fall 2020 unless otherwise posted:
- Mondays: 9am-2pm
- Tuesdays: 2pm-7pm
- Wednesdays: 3:30pm-7pm
- Thursdays: 9am-2pm
- Fridays: CLOSED
For admission, residency, transcripts, or graduation processing, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Chat feature is available on WCC webpages for live conversations during regular business hours and messages can be left otherwise. Look for the chat box in the lower right corner of every page.
Services available through the store’s website.
For questions or concerns about payments, holds, or other issues related to paying for classes, send email to email@example.com.
For Career Services, Disability Services, Clinical Services, placement testing, and allied health, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Chat feature is available on WCC webpages for live conversations during regular business hours and messages can be left otherwise. Look for the chat box in the lower right corner of every page.
Current students can visit the eLearning page to view helpful resources for online classes. Students who need forms signed can email them to either Julie Marciel-Rozzi (email@example.com) or Randall Shearon (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will sign and turn the forms in, then respond to student with a copy.
Go to the Foundation webpage for information and to access the online scholarship application.
Wireless coverage has been boosted on campus to create drive-up Wi-Fi hotspots. They are
- the parking lot between the Wayne Learning Center and the digital marquee at the front of the campus,
- the parking lot adjacent to the new construction, and
- the parking lot in front of the Spruce building (across from the tennis courts) at the back of the campus.
United Way of Wayne County has created a list of “Park and Learn” open Wi-Fi sites around Wayne County. For assistance with finding the site nearest you, call 919-735-3591.
For those beyond Wayne County, the NC Department of Information Technology provides lists of public Wi-Fi access locations and free or affordable service offerings from vendors across the state. It includes an interactive map to help locate free Wi-Fi.
Remember to follow the rules of social distancing when working at public Wi-Fi access locations.
The Erwin Library, located on the third floor of the Wayne Learning Center, is open 7:45 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Monday–Thursday, and 7:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Friday.
For general college or program information, send email to email@example.com.
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Special Academic Program Notes
Workforce Continuing Education’s ed2go online courses are an option for individuals who want to continue learning in the safety of their homes. ed2go provides hundreds of career-related and personal enrichment courses. They are offered in eight-week sessions, both instructor-led and self-paced, and result in 2.4 Continuing Education Units. For go more information, go to the ed2go webpage.