Review the program admission requirements on the website and ensure that you meet the admission requirements.
Complete the student application form here and ensure that the following documents are emailed to email@example.com
To be considered for acceptance, the applicant must submit all required documents listed above as well as any other documents required by specific WCC programs. The completed application and documentation must be received by the Admission Office, on or before the start date of the program.
To identify the most suitable applicants for each program, the Admission Office assesses all received applications according to the program-specific criteria.
The three predominant criteria used in the selection process are:
If a student meets the admission requirements for the program, the admissions advisor will ask for the student to pay the $250 registration fee
After you pay the registration fee, you will receive the student contract and the policy booklet. You must sign and send the student contract and policy booklet to the admissions advisor in order to receive the offer letter.
If you are an international student, the offer letter will have instructions to get the full letter of acceptance, including the invoice for the payment of the first semester fees.
Payment information must be made by any of the following:
All receipts should be sent to the admissions advisor to complete the application and enrollment process.
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